Last call for the February issue of Toy World

Published on: 6th January 2020

Companies are urged to get in touch immediately to be included in the February issue.

There’s just time to be included in the February edition of Toy World, which is close to being finalised. Companies who have not yet booked to appear in this issue are advised to get in touch without delay.

Toy World’s first ever standalone February edition will include a comprehensive preview of Spring Fair, focusing on the Play & Tech, Sourcing and Party areas of the show. The print magazine is scheduled to be delivered on 22nd January, in good time to be on desks before the show opens on 2nd February.

To aid those planning a trip to the New York Toy Fair, this edition will include a preview of the forthcoming show, while it is also perfectly timed to enable companies launching new products over the February Half Term period to highlight new introductions and detail the marketing support they will be putting behind them.

But deadlines are looming and both editorial copy and ads need to be supplied in the next few days. To be part of this exciting new issue, get in touch for more information. The editorial team is available at or or call 01442 502406. Mark Austin, who can be reached at or 01442 502405, will be happy to help with any last-minute advertising enquiries.

Regular features such as Talking Shop, Viewpoint, Fresh and Allegedly will also be included, as well as much more.


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