Kids@Play celebrates record breaking year

Published on: 20th December 2018

On the anniversary of the change of ownership, the team has confirmed that it has set an all-time record for its company turnover.

Kids@Play has undergone a major transformation in the last 12 months which has seen a new personnel structure, the introduction of new ranges, a major warehouse overhaul, and the onboarding of nearly 100 customers.

Nathaniel Southworth, managing director, commented: “It has been an epic first year and I cannot thank everyone enough for their support and encouragement. We have assembled a great team and we are working very hard to broaden our ranges to support a vibrant year-round toy business. We remain extremely grateful to all the customers who weren’t afraid to give us a go in 2018, and we look forward to building on this success. We have a fantastic line up of product for 2019 with new introductions that work for both national and independent retailers. We kick start 2019 with our company rebranded and more exciting product news to come, but until then we wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.”

Kids@Play will be showing at:
3rd – 10th January 2019 – Hong Kong, Room 616, Houston Centre, 63 Mody Road
22nd – 24th January 2019 – London Toy Fair, Olympia, Gallery 180
3rd – 7th February – Spring Fair, Birmingham NEC, Hall 5 Stand L55

For all appointments and enquires please contact the team via or by calling 01291 429007.


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