Spring Fair will bring together a unique selection of children’s gift sector newcomers as part of its new ToyFirst and NurseryFirst showcases.
The new areas will provide a platform for up-and-coming brands new to Spring Fair to profile their diverse and unique offerings, giving visitors the chance to get up-close and hands-on with plenty of truly original products.
Amongst the debuting exhibitors at NurseryFirst will be the likes of Snuggle Soother, whose new take on the dummy could redefine how way parents help their infants relax. They’ll be joined by personalised baby clothing manufacturers Knit my Gift and teething solution providers Cheeky Chompers (pictured).
ToyFirst is set to be as equally varied in its offering with the likes of Labels4Kids (pictured), which will have its range of personalised attire and gift ideas on display. Ensuring children are out and experiencing the great outdoors is high on the agenda, with exhibitors like Seekers Games and The Den Kit Company ensuring that kids are getting the outdoor experiences they need.
Visitors can also look forward to seeing Spring Fair favourites like TY UK, Keel Toys (pictured bottom) and well-loved brands such as Hornby Hobbies (pictured) and Playmobil at the fair.
Rob Hayes, Key Account Director at Spring Fair, said: “ToyFirst and NurseryFirst are exciting additions to the Children’s Gift & Toys section of the fair, showcasing brands that in many cases won’t be at any other UK events. Newness is a key part of the offering at Spring Fair; as well as these new areas there are over 50 new exhibitors in Children’s Gifts & Toys this year, and quite literally thousands of new product launches to see.”
“Spring Fair is the grand finale, the culmination of the show season for the toy sector; there are over 100 toy and children’s gift suppliers that you won’t see at any other Q1 event in the UK. As such, Spring Fair is a must attend for toy and gift buyers that want to ensure that they’ve seen everything that the market has to offer before making those crucial buying decisions for the year ahead.”