Wednesday to Sunday!
31 Jan – 4 Feb 2018
Every fair visitor is keen to make contact with new manufacturers, so the New Exhibitor Center at the International Toy Fair 2013 is a hot tip. Buyers and traders find new business contacts and product ideas for many different ranges of toys in the shortest possible time in hall 11.1, where some 60 international companies from all product groups exhibit at the leading fair for the first time. The more open and friendlier design of the pavilion underlines the inventiveness of the new exhibitors, and at the same time the new stand concept provides guidance for visitors.
The fair organizer Spielwarenmesse eG takes care of the organization and planning of the stands of participants in the New Exhibitor Center and the relevant marketing of these newcomers at the fair. Besides the complete stand equipment, the companies have access to many marketing measures for attractively highlighting their products. For example, they also present their products in the InnovationCenter in hall 4. More information about the New Exhibitor Center and all exhibitors is available at www.toyfair.de/highlights/new-exhibitor-center.
Altogether 300 manufacturers are exhibiting at the International Toy Fair for the first time. Their entry in the catalogue and their stands throughout the exhibition centre are marked with the information "New Exhibitor".
9.1.2013 – sd
Fair date: Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair Nürnberg, Wednesday to Monday, 30.1–4.2.2013
Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair Nürnberg
The Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair Nürnberg, the leading international fair for toys, hobbies and leisure, is organized by the fair and marketing services provider Spielwarenmesse eG. The trade fair creates a comprehensive communication and ordering platform for 2,700 national and international manufacturers. The presentation of new products and the extensive industry overview provide a valuable pool of information for annual market orientation for some 76,000 buyers and toy traders from over 100 nations.