There will be no show in 2024, followed by a March show in New York in 2025. Then Toy Fair will move to a new January slot in New Orleans for 2026, 2027 and 2028.
“Timing Toy Fair New York to meet the needs of an evolved and evolving industry will ultimately better serve the business needs of our members and the buyer community,” said Steve Pasierb, president & CEO of The Toy Association.
“We will be working with all exhibitors on next steps to unwind February 2022 and build a solid base for visitors from across the world to again experience Toy Fair,” said Steve Pasierb, President & CEO of The Toy Association.
“This year’s TOTY finalists truly represent the creative spirit of the North American toy industry and our members, as well as the critical role toys play in bringing joy to kids and adults alike,” said Steve Pasierb, president & CEO of The Toy Association.
2 in 5 parents would keep a toy even if they suspected it was counterfeit, reveals Toy Association study
The study of 1000 US parents saw 83% of those surveyed say their kids receive toys from grandparents and other gift-givers which they suspect are not purchased from verified sellers.
“We have been presented with a window in the opening days of May and we are willing, ready, and able to put resources toward the show and any other projects that will continue to help members grow their businesses,” said Toy Association President and CEO Steve Pasierb.
Celebrating 90 years of Fisher-Price, this panel session features Fisher-Price designers and external inventors discussing why Fisher-Price has thrived for so long, and what the key is to creating great product for the brand.