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SHOW GUIDE SPIELWARENMESSE 2014


BLADEZ TOYZ RC specialist Bladez Toyz will be showcasing a new product range with additions to its Pump and Play collection.


An updated version of the Minion Dave featuring built in sounds and lights will be at the show, as well as additions to Bladez’s inflatable RC range featuring more characters from the Star Warsuniverse. Alongside a range of gameplay helicopters, Bladez Toys is also introducing the new Super Nano helicopter; a model the firm is calling ‘the world’s smallest helicopter’. The company will be not be based at one stand and


will instead be moving around the show with its inflatable ranges. It can be contacted during the show at 02392 658 255 or ian@bladeztoyz.co.uk.


TOY STATE For over 30 years, Toy State has been focused on helping parents meet the evolving needs of their children worldwide. The firm will be showcasing the Papillon line at


Nuremberg, a range created with the philosophy that play is essential to a child’s sensory, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development, and meet the most rigorous safety standards. The line includes the Flower Teething Rattle and Forest Teething Rattle, both are easy-to-grasp rattle with soft textures designed for ‘gentle teething exploration’. Hall 7A, Stand A- 169


TRUNKI Trunki is adding some exciting additions to its ride-on portfolio and the new recruits will be on display at the firm’s stand at Nuremberg. The company has forged several new partnerships, which have resulted in a wide selection of new suitcases based on popular licences. Fresh from the release of Moshi Monsters: The


TTS TTS will be showcasing a range of new resources focusing on ICT, Early Years, Special Educational Needs and other curriculum subjects. The company believes a ‘must see’ at the show is its brand new


Wonder Bug, an innovative, all terrain, tough, remote control bug. The Wonder Bug can be used indoors or out and users can guide the toy through mud, puddles and down slopes. Hall A,Stand 04-1


Movie, a deal with Mind Candy has seen Trunki create two Moshi Monsters cases sporting popular characters Poppet and Katsuma. Both come with all the usual Trunki features including teddy bear seatbelts, locking catches, elasticated bits pouch and secret compartments. Elsewhere, delighting young racing fans in 2014 will be the F1 Lotus Trunki featuring a sleek carbon finish, sporty metallic gold detail and shiny red horns. Finally, a Trunki based on Hello Kitty will be revealed for the first time at Nuremberg, giving visitors to the stand a sneak peek at the product ahead of its release in 2014.


Hall 8, Stand D09


CHARACTER WORLD Following a successful 18 months trading in Europe, the event will be a key exhibition for Character World in 2014. The company be displaying


new products from a number of key European licences including One Direction, Sonic the Hedgehog, Super Mario Brothers, Peppa Pig, Transformers 4, Hello Kitty and


Plants vs. Zombies, as well as new licence, Dragons.


“The licensing industry is one of the most exciting, dynamic and innovative around. “I’m sure this exhibition will start 2014 off with a bang for licensors, licensees and retailers alike,” says Character World joint managing director, Danny Schweiger. Hall 4, Stand D92


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