The final countdown to Generation Media’s KidsCon22 event is on

Published on: 13th May 2022

All proceeds from the KidsCon22 event will go to UK toy industry charity the Toy Trust, which distributes donations to charities helping disadvantaged and disabled children.

KidsCon22Following a hiatus over the last two years of lockdown, Generation Media, a leading independent media specialist for children, young people and families, has announced KidsCon’s return to the big screen in Leicester Square’s Vue Cinema on the morning of 26th May 2022.

The industry wide event, titled ‘Tomorrows World Today’, will play host to an array of internal and external speakers, as well as a panel of thought leaders in the children’s advertising space.

To facilitate Generation Media’s growing international client base, the event will simultaneously be streamed in the Metaverse, bringing the experience to life for those who cannot attend the in-person event.

Generation Media CEO Dean Weller commented: “We are delighted to announce the return of KidsCon. Following two years previous success scaling the event, we are excited for it to return even bigger and better post lockdown. We have an exciting line-up of guest speakers and of course the latest insights and thinking from the GM team. It will be a morning not to be missed.”

The full line up of speakers, and industry panel of experts, has now been announced. Tickets cost £50 per person, with all proceeds going to the UK based children’s charity, the Toy Trust, and include lunch and a drinks reception at a nearby rooftop venue.

To secure your ticket to KidsCon22, click here.


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