Istanbul Toy Fair to offer meeting hub for toy companies across Europe and Asia

Published on: 3rd February 2022

Located in Istanbul, the exhibition is ideally situated and offers easy access to companies from all over the world.

Istanbul International Toy Fair will be held at the Tüyap Fair and Congress Center for four days between March 17th-20th 2022 with the support of the OYDER (Association of Toyers). This year marks the fourth iteration of the show, which spans a huge range of categories including toys, baby products, costumes, model railways, sports equipment, bikes and scooters, and much more.

The show aims to bring the toy industry under one roof to exchange information about new technologies and trends. Located in Istanbul, known as Europe and Asia’s crossroads, the exhibition is ideally situated and offers easy access to companies from all over the world. Istanbul is also a popular tourist destination and attracts visitors with its architecture, museums, restaurants and bazaars, meaning exhibitors looking to sell their products to companies from neighbouring countries will also be able to make the most of their time in Turkey’s largest city.

The fair helps companies communicate directly with their target audiences and facilitates networking opportunities for businesses from across the globe, including Dolu, Can Ali Toys, Istanbul Toys, Lolliboni and more. Visitors can browse handily grouped categories designed to help them find exactly what they are looking for quickly and easily.

The attractively priced Tüyap Palas hotel, located right next to the toy fair, is the ideal place to stay with 630 rooms offering lake and sea views. This 5-star destination is the largest and most prestigious of the Istanbul hotels in the Büyükçekmece district and is popular with those looking to combine work and rest: leisure amenities include a fitness centre, a sauna, a resting pool, a jacuzzi, a steam bath and the indulgent Sedir Spa.

Readers can register to attend the Istanbul International Toy Fair at the fair’s website here. With a 70% increase in the number of visitors and an 18% increase in the number of countries being represented, early registration is advised.



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