American International Toy Fair 2014

US flagAlso known as the New York Toy Fair, North America’s largest annual toy exhibition hosts over 1,000 vendors and attracts 16,000+ visitors from around the world. Showcasing everything from apps to trampolines this lively show also offers a full schedule of helpful seminars for retailers and suppliers — all set in amazing New York City. (Click here for website.)

2011 Coverage

2011 American Toy Fair: A Spectacular Showcase for Popular Playthings

2011 American International Toy Fair

The New York Toy Fair attracts visitors and vendors from around the world.

The Toy Industry Association (TIA), organizer of the annual American International Toy Fair, is to be congratulated. Its 2011 show, which ran February 13-16 in New York City's Javits Center, was the best in a long time – an up-beat event that was both fun and educational for exhibitors and visitors.


2012 Coverage

2012 American Toy Fair Exceeds Expectations

Edoardo Tusacciu, CEO Plastwood ItaliaG

Where's Edoardo? -- Plastwood Italia's CEO Edoardo Tusacciu gets playful with magnetic construction set.

Perhaps it was the spring-like weather in New York City or just better marketing by the Toy Industry Association (TIA) that contributed to the party atmosphere and resulted in a jump in numbers at the 2012 NY Toy Fair. But whatever the reasons, attendance at the recent 109th American International Toy Fair surged beyond the expected 25,000, coming closer to 27,000 buyers and guests from around the world. And in days just before the fair, the TIA also found itself in the happy position of opening up additional exhibition space, hosting a final roster of around 1,100 vendors.


2013 Coverage

New York 2013: World's Oldest Toy Fair Stays Forever Young

Javits Center Lobby 2013 Toy Fair

The 2013 American International Toy Fair celebrated its landmark birthday with an energy and forward-looking spirit, belying its age.  As planned, the show bustled ahead in fine style at New York City’s Javits Center, despite a winter storm that played havoc with transportation throughout the eastern U.S. 


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