Bumper ToyNews show issue out now

Feature packed edition includes 30 Under 30, Toy Twitter List, Toy Fair guide, Retail Survey and much more.
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The bumper ToyNews February trade show special edition is now available to read online and on your iPad - and it's jam-packed with exclusive content.

The team has gone all out to ensure that the 228-page issue includes a strong mix of exclusive news, opinion, analysis, plus some knock out features which are sure to get the industry talking.

The digital edition of ToyNews is available to read online or on the iPad, for free, sponsored by LeapFrog.

In our first ever Retail Survey, we asked 101 stores for their views on 2012 and how they expect 2013 to pan out - and the results may surprise you.

30 Under 30 also returns. The celebration of the toy industry's young talent - in association with Gameplan Europe - covers all sectors of the business, from product managers and sales execs, through to retailers, entrepreneurs, PRs and licensing specialists.

The February issue also features the first instalment of our ToyNews Twitter list, which is an industry who's who of the main companies, retailers, execs and industry personalities to follow on the social networking site.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

We've also bagged the first interview with Simon Philips since his promotion to general manager of consumer products EMEA at Disney; we talk to LeapFrog CEO, John Barbour, as the firm comes out of another solid year of growth thanks to its pre-school tablets; as well as taking a closer look at just what makes 2012 chart topper Furby tick.

And, of course, the issue wouldn't be complete without a comprehensive look at both Toy Fair and Spielwarenmesse.

Click here to read the Digital Edition of ToyNews now.

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