One week until INDX Toy & Gift Show

by | Mar 8, 2023 | News | 0 comments

The INDX Toy & Gift Show is set to take place in one week, from 14-15 March at the West Midlands exhibition centre Cranmore Park.

Organised by Associated Independent Stores (AIS), the show this year will welcome new suppliers including Hippychick, Abrams and Chronicle, Ziggle, and The Carat Shop. Familiar brands will also be returning including Bandai, Character Options, Hasbro, Spin Master, Keycraft, Moose, and TY.

Rosie Marshall, head of children’s toy and gift at AIS, comments: “We’re really looking forward to welcoming visitors to the show and are pleased to be able to offer so many exclusive deals, perfectly timed for retailers to secure stock ahead of spring trade and beyond.”

Jonathan Swallow, sales director for exhibitor Ty UK adds: “Ty UK is proud to be part of the AIS Buying Group, as we’ve built our business within the independent trade, and the INDX (Toy & Gift) show allows us to reach out and support all AIS Members at the show, and then afterwards at their businesses.

“The INDX (Toy & Gift) show allows us to showcase our brand to an array of customers including; garden centres, independent gift shops, and department stores.”

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