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Exhibitors

Who may I contact about exhibiting?

Contact our sales team to inquire about exhibiting - and get the best available space before it's gone! Company names beginning with:

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Is my product right for Toy Fair?

If it is designed to entertain the youth market, chances are, Toy Fair is for you. Current exhibitors include manufacturers, distributors and importers showcasing products ranging from classic and traditional toys to technologically advanced toys and interactive entertainment. In addition to a comprehensive general exhibit area, Toy Fair includes a variety of special, featured areas so your product is likely to fit in well. New exhibitors should contact the TIA sales team to discuss whether or not their products are appropriate for Toy Fair. TIA reserves the right to exclude any potential exhibitor if, in TIA's sole discretion, the exhibitor or the material proposed to be exhibited is not deemed appropriate.

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My company/product is new, and I don't have a brochure or catalog. What should I send in for review?

A professional brochure, catalog or even sell sheets are preferred but if you do not have these available yet, you can send or e-mail photographs to your account executive. Alternatively, you can direct us to your website and let us know which product(s) you plan to exhibit.

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What is included with my booth purchase?

Your booth space includes standard pipe and drape and a fabric back wall and side rail that define your booth limits. Floor covering is required and an assortment of furnishings is available for rent from our show service contractor, Freeman Decorating, including discounts on booth furnishing packages.

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How is booth space assigned?

During spring and early summer, space assignments are made for all companies that exhibited in this year's Toy Fair. After that, any and all available space is assigned to new companies, including renewing companies who failed to send in their application before the priority deadline in May. Assignments for new exhibitors are made on a first-come, first-serve basis. However, priority is given to those companies that have previously exhibited at Toy Fair, and to TIA members.

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What is the size range of booths?

The standard booth size is 100 square feet (which is 10'x10'). Please note that booths can only increase in size by 10 ft. increments, thus a booth can be 10x20, 10x30, 20x20, 20x30, etc.

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Will I get to select my booth location if my company is offered booth space?

We will do our very best to accommodate your request based on booth availability at the time of your request. Please note that the new Toy Fair floor plan will be posted online in September for you to view what booth locations are available at that time.

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If I submit my application, when will I be notified that my company has been accepted to exhibit?

It depends on when we receive your Exhibitor Application & Contract. Applications that arrive in our office before the summer will receive a response no later than September. Applications received after the summer will be given further information on how to reserve space on a rolling basis until the show is sold out. The earlier we receive your application, the better your chances that you will end up with the size, location, or configuration that you request.

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When should I send in payment?

Please call an account executive first to discuss your product and to determine if your company is a Toy Fair candidate. Once this is established, you will be asked to send your deposit payment according to the terms of the contract. Payments are not refundable if you decide to not participate.

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I am an inventor of a new product. Is there an opportunity for me to show it at Toy Fair?

Please call an account executive first to discuss your product and to determine if your company is a Toy Fair candidate. Once this is established, you will be asked to send your deposit payment according to the terms of the contract. We suggest that you have a marketing and distribution plan at the time you intend to exhibit.

 

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