NEWS

Last call for the special 2020 Reboot issue of Toy World

Published on: 2nd June 2020

The July issue will offer suppliers the opportunity to tell retailers about key launches for the crucial post-lockdown period.

Companies wanting to get involved with the special 2020 Reboot issue of Toy World are urged to get in touch ASAP, as the issue is filling up and planning is moving quickly.

This important July issue will help you let retailers know what your key new introductions are going to be for the second half of the year, when they will be available and how you will be letting consumers know all about these hot new lines. Think of this July issue as a mini Toy Fair edition – it will herald a fresh start for the UK toy community, helping retailers to make the right selections to ensure they have the best possible second half of the year.

Advertising opportunities and editorial coverage in this section won’t be limited to specific product categories – the planned features for July will still go ahead, but there will be a standalone reboot section which literally anyone can be part of, highlighting new products which will hitting the market in the coming weeks and months.

The 2020 Reboot issue will be published on 1st July, with an editorial deadline of 5th June and an ad deadline of 15th June.

If you would like further details of advertising and editorial opportunities, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Toy World team to find out more. For advertising enquiries, contact Mark Austin on 07710 532952 or email mark@toyworldmag.co.uk. For editorial enquiries, please contact rachael@toyworldmag.co.uk or lisa@toyworldmag.co.uk.

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