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Little Concepts gears up for Home and Gift Show

Published on: 12th July 2016

A new exhibitor, Little Concepts is bringing its diverse mix of brands to the show.

Little-Concepts-480PlanToys, Avenue Mandarine, Filibabba and BrickStix will be on display at stand G48.

For more than 30 years, PlanToys has been creating sustainable products for children. Continually pushing the design and development of new production techniques has enabled PlanToys to become one of the leading wooden toy manufacturers in the world. PlanToys is also proud to be part of the Eco Trail, curated by TV presenter and eco champion, Oliver Heath.

From France comes the Avenue Mandarine selection of games, puzzles crafts and pocket money products. Over 10 new products will be launched this season, including a new range of Graffy Felt Tips and Crayons. In-store display units and special show offers will be available at the Home & Gift Show.

Also on display at the show will be BrickStix. Having recently launched in the UK, BrickStix are a reusable building block sticker accessory, compatible with major brands such as Lego and Mega Bloks. The stickers are available in 12 different designs, and each pack consists of 60 reusable and repositionable stickers.

Other stand-out products at the show will include the classic Dancing Alligator, which has been an iconic product since 1999, and is produced from sustainable rubberwood. 2016 has also seen the release of more wooden bath toys. Joining the Pirate Ship and Activity Boat is the new Floating Island, which includes the sea, sand, a coconut tree, a shell, a turtle and a crab, all produced from PlanWood.

Little Concepts is located in the Design Point Debut and Spotlight section in Hall G.

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