Toronto Fall Gift Fair
The Toronto Gift Fair, Canada’s largest temporary trade gift fair, attracts 20,000+ nation-wide buyers and features over 900 exhibitors, who present a wide variety of product in categories, including housewares, gourmet food, garden accessories, toys, collectibles, handmade, stationery, home décor, and souvenirs. (Click here for website.)
Toronto Fall Gift Fair Covers Q4 Holiday Wish Lists
Adult party wear was one of several strong trends at the fall Toronto Gift Show. Above: Stortz representative Jeff Elsner models Big Mouth Toys' Buck German Shepherd mask.
It was a modified Fall Gift Show that opened on August 9 for its annual four-day run at Mississauga's International Centre and the Toronto Congress Centre.
More Toy Suppliers Move to 2014 Toronto Fall Gift Fair
Outset Media's Ian Laing, one of 1,800 vendors, introduced the Teeter Popper active-play toy at the 2014 Toronto Fall Gift Fair
Cangift’s 2014 Toronto Fall Gift Fair wrapped up after a four-day run on August 13. And for a gift fair, it was a pretty good toy show!
Baby Ware and Girl Power Rock Toronto Fall Gift Show
Toronto's annual fall Gift Show was expected to attract 25,000 visitors over a 4-day period.
The Fall 2013 Gift Show, an annual venue organized by the Canadian Gift & Tableware Association, opened its doors last weekend and wound up today at Toronto’s International Centre and the neighbouring Congress Centre.
Traditional Giftware Rules at Toronto Fall Trade Show
A retailer gets the full Glimmer Body Art treatment from Dave Follett, World Wonders
This week’s CGTA Fall 2012 Gift Show closed its four-day run at the Toronto International Centre to good reviews from exhibitors and buyers who came to check out the wide variety of product that’s part of the growing giftware market.
Organized by the Canadian Gift and Tableware Association, the popular exhibition attracted close to 16,000 buyers and hosted over 900 vendors, who displayed everything from garden art and housewares to souvenirs and stationery.
While vendors of traditional giftware still fill the largest number of booths, there’s a growing roster of toy suppliers, too.
Collectibles, A Big Hit At Fall 2011 Toronto Gift Show
Laura Stortz from Stortz & Associates, with Green Toys dumptruck
While Christmas may still be a comfortable five months away for most of us, toy and gift retailers are already revving up to get the most out of the annual profit-making season. Thousands flocked to the recent Fall 2011 Toronto Gift Show, on the hunt for the perfect stocking stuffer or to discover product with hit potential for holiday gift-giving consumers. Christmas inventory shopping is certainly the number-one reason so many retailers visit the event, agreed a Show PR rep. The annual Gift Show, organized by the Canadian Gift & Tableware Association, ran from August 7 to 10 at the Toronto International Centre and the nearby Toronto Congress Centre.