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Sixth Kids India exhibitor registration now open

Published on: 3rd January 2018

The show will also launch a special Sports Arena focused on health, leisure, and outdoor products.

Kids India, which will take place from 4 to 6 September 2018 in the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, offers many new initiatives for its participants. Exhibitors will again be able to showcase their products within high-footfall special areas such as the TrendingNow Pavilion and Back to School area.

A new area is the Sports Arena, a place for products all around sports, leisure, and outdoor activities. The revamped, modern, and clearly arranged website has information for all target groups on the Indian trade fair dedicated to toys.

The trade fair will be organized by Spielwarenmesse India Pvt., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Spielwarenmesse eG. Kids India is being supported by the All India Toy Manufacturers Association (TAITMA) and the Sports Goods Export Promotion Council (SGEPC).

Besides being a business and networking platform, Kids India has become a show window for toys in India and is now seen as the most important industry gathering. Katharina Janotta, managing director, Spielwarenmesse India Pvt., commented: “More than 90% of exhibitors were extremely satisfied with the quality of trade visitors at Kids India 2017. A considerable number of companies has already confirmed their participation for 2018. We recommend companies to apply now to get their desired space.”

Interested companies can register for Kids India here.

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