The Toy Association is developing with its members a Toy Fair offering for the spring of 2021 and Toy Fair in the expanded Javits Center taking place in 2022.
The 117th annual Toy Fair New York brought tens of thousands of play innovators from 100 countries to New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from February 22 to 25.
LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc. announced the expansion of its infant and preschool collection, anchored by a line of toys based on Blue’s Clues & You!. Meanwhile, VTech announced new additions to its baby, infant and, toddler collection.
Ahead of New York Toy Fair, Hasbro revealed a new product line for Spider-Man Maximum Venom, which includes new six-inch scale Marvel Legends figures.
The Step2 Company is premiering a new line of toys to help support childhood development through ball-based play, featuring simple machines and accessories.
SYBO Games’s SUBSURF consumer and lifestyle merchandise brand is readying for a comprehensive retail program in the U.S., exclusively at Walmart.
The Toy Association announced the election of two new members and nine term renewals to its Board of Directors for two-year terms.
Funrise Toys is featuring new brands including the BFF Bright Fairy Friends, as well as extending their existing product lines.
MGA Entertainment announced new, eco-friendly initiatives focused on L.O.L Surprise! and a new Little Tikes line made from post-consumer and post-industrial resin.