Big names back at Toy Fair for 2013 show

VTech, Famosa, Mondo and Asobi all pledge support to Olympia event.
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Vtech and Famosa are among several well-known suppliers returning to exhibit at Toy Fair 2013.

Mondo and Asobi have also confirmed support for the exhibition, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary on January 22nd to 24th at London's Olympia.

Over 200 firms will showcase thousands of new toy launches, with the showfloor expanded in 2013 thanks to the opening of the new Upper West Hall.

"We are delighted to welcome back several companies to Toy Fair," said Simon Pilling, head of Toy Fair operations and sales at the BTHA. "Thanks to our exhibitors' support, Toy Fair continues to grow and it is fantastic to welcome back so many big names for our Diamond Jubilee."

Graham Canning, VTech's sales director, commented: "We believe our presence [at Toy Fair] will give us the ideal platform to showcase our brand new products for 2013."

Asobi's founder, Thierry Bourret, added: "We know we have to take every opportunity to present to the industry and Toy Fair is perfect."

Registration for Toy Fair 2013 is open. To register for a free pass, simply click on this link.

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