The 126-page November issue of the UK’s leading toy trade magazine, Toy World, is now available to read online and is landing on desks and doormats this week.
The November issue of Toy World, the toy trade’s leading B2B publication, is out now.
This issue features a comprehensive round-up of the latest outdoor toys to be hitting retailers’ shelves up and down the country, plus a look at the Q1 ranges that will be kickstarting toy sales once the festive season is done and dusted.
Toy World editor Rachael Simpson-Jones also spoke exclusively to Dr Louis Mittoni, CEO and managing director of Toys R Us ANZ – which last year acquired the rights to run digital and physical retail commerce for Toys R Us and Babies R Us in the UK – about the iconic toy retailer’s return to the marketplace and its plans for the future.
As Nerf announces its first official sport, Nerfball, Adam Kleinman, SVP & GM Global Brands – Nerf & Sports Action at Hasbro, chats to Toy World about the brand’s success and how it spans much more than just toys. And assistant editor Sam Giltrow speaks to René Rozendal, director of Toys & Entertainment at the online catalogue platform Icecat, about how retailers and brands can benefit from working with the company. Sam also caught up with Curious Universe CEO John Styring, who spoke about how the company has found its feet during the pandemic and about its plans to increase its presence in the toy arena.
On top of all this, the November issue of Toy World also features news, views and opinion from Etopia Consultancy’s Asha Bhalsod, Seika Media’s Peadar Drislane and Global Toy Experts’ Richard Gottlieb. Plus, we’ve got this month’s regular columns from The NPD Group, Generation Media and Toy Barnhaus, a look at some Fresh new ranges, and a special feature on the ICTI Ethical Toy Program’s latest Family Friendly Spaces initiative.
To read the November issue of Toy World, click here.
Don’t forget, the team is now working on the final issue of 2022. The December edition of Toy World will include an extensive ‘first-look’ preview of the Nuremberg Toy Fair: if you are exhibiting in Nuremberg and would like to attract buyers to your stand, this issue will provide you with the ideal opportunity to tell retailers why they should add you to their schedule.
The December issue will be published on 1st December with an ad deadline of 14th November and an editorial deadline of 4th November.
Want to get involved? For advertising enquiries, contact Mark Austin by phoning 01442 502405 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For editorial enquiries, contact:
- Rachael Simpson-Jones – Rachael@toyworldmag.co.uk
- Samantha Giltrow – Sam@toyworldmag.co.uk
- Suzie Sparkes – Suzie@toyworldmag.co.uk
The editorial team can also be reached on 01442 502 406.