Be part of the July issue of Toy World

Published on: 21st May 2021

Everything you need to know about the upcoming July issue, the product areas we’ll be highlighting and how to be a part of it. 

Now that our June issue has gone off to press, the Toy World team has turned its attention to the upcoming July issue, containing our usual in depth look at selected product categories. This month we highlight the Construction category and also shine the spotlight on Tech Toys. There will also be features on Dress Up & Role Play, as well as Stationery ranges that will sit well in toy stores.

In addition to the latest toy industry, marketing and licensing news, we’ll also be bringing you all of our usual features, with input and exclusive content from our global network of expert supplier, retail and support services contacts, as well as one-off feature articles and interviews pertaining to the current toy market.

With a publication date of early July, anyone wanting to be involved should get in touch with the team ASAP. The editorial deadline is 1st June, while the ad deadline is the 15th June.

For advertising enquiries, contact Mark Austin on 07710 532952 or

For editorial enquiries, contact Rachael Simpson-Jones or Sam Giltrow (both on 01442 502406).

We appreciate that many of our readers’ working circumstances remain fluid. If you need to update your delivery address, Anita Baulch will be happy to help, email

We look forward to hearing from you.


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