Desi Dolls to exhibit at Nuremberg

Published on: 26th January 2018

Company will be showcasing its range of interactive dolls and toys at the international trade fair. 

Worth billions, the Islamic economy continues to grow and the toy market in 2018 will be at the forefront of this expansion. Muslim consumers are spending millions on Islamic lifestyle, with Islamic toys increasingly in high demand. Britain has one of the most sophisticated, well-connected and untapped Muslim consumer populations in the world.

The UK based Desi Doll Company is leading the Islamic toy market globally, having served the market for 10 years, with its products reaching thousands of homes across 20+ countries.

Having successfully sold its toys at Asda and Morrisons supermarkets, Desi’s aim is to make its toys accessible to all Muslim children by getting them on the shelves of all major toy retailers, in the UK and globally.

The Desi Doll Company will be exhibiting at Spielwarenmesse (31st Jan – 4th Feb), Hall 3a, Stand D-38

With the month of Ramadan falling between May and June, when parents will be looking for special gifts for their children, the show presents an ideal opportunity to introduce visitors to Desi’s range of toys. Appointments are welcome; please contact Farzana to arrange a meeting at


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