Kingsley Li launches KCK Agencies

Published on: 8th July 2021

KCK Agencies is looking to add further companies to its portfolio, having already been appointed to represent Vivid, Yvolution, and Geomag.

Kingsley Li

Kingsley Li has over 30 years’ sales experience having held roles at Rollplay, Schleich, Epoch, Playmobil, Hasbro, K’Nex and Tomy, giving him a wealth of experience dealing with huge portfolio of customers.

He has now taken the step of setting up his own business, KCK Agencies, which will service an area from Buckinghamshire, up to and including all of The North as well as Scotland.

Having started off as a sales consultant in the flagship London Hamleys, Kingsley then progressed through his toy industry career from becoming territory manager to achieving country manager status. Over the years, he has developed a comprehensive understanding of how to become a successful agent, having ended up running the sales team at several of his previous roles. Kingsley is confident his experience and industry knowledge will be an asset in advising and supporting retailers throughout the UK.

“I am thrilled and excited to start this new chapter of my career,” Kingsley told Toy World. “I have always enjoyed being ‘on the road’ and cannot wait to get back to visiting stores again and meeting retailers face to face. With KCK Agencies, I now represent Vivid, Yvolution, and Geomag for the North of England and would love to add a few more companies to complete my portfolio. I am open to discussions with any company that is currently looking for agents.”

Kingsley can be contated via email on



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