Upsurge in toy retailer interest

Data from commercial property specialist Daltons has shown a significant upsurge in enquiries about toy retail business.
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Both the number of toy businesses uploaded to the firm’s site and the number of search enquiries have seen an increase over the last 12 months.

The number of new businesses available saw a month on month increase of 366 per cent from January to February.

The number of searches for toy businesses has also increased by 384 per cent from June 2008 to March 2009.

“We have noticed a big increase in both the number of toy shops uploaded and in the number of searches for toy shops over the past two months,” said Daltons’ digital marketing executive Emilie Corbillé.

www.daltonsbusiness.com

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