Interplay unveils new expansion plans

Published on: 14th May 2012

Interplay has announced that it has taken on an extra floor of office space at the company’s Marlow premises in order to facilitate plans to expand.

The move follows years of increasing success for Interplay’s home grown collections which saw the award-winning myStlye range added to the portfolio last year and the additions of Craft Party and Rivetz for 2012.

The team will add to its numbers with a new product development section plus increased marketing and administration support.

Speaking of the plans, Ross Ainsworth, MD commented: “At Interplay, we pride ourselves on the excellence of our kits, from the content and instructions right through to the finished product. This year we achieved a Special Recognition Award from the TRA for all our craft ranges, a Best New Craft Range Award at Toy Fair plus a very special overseas accolade – the Oppenheimer Award. We believe that this is testament to our commitment to excellence and we intend to continue and build on this success.”


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