toy industry


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Noun1.toy industry - an industry that manufactures and sells toys for childrentoy industry - an industry that manufactures and sells toys for children
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
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The creation of the Barbie set in motion an unprecedented revolution in the global toy industry. With the name 'Barbie' often synonymizing the word 'doll' itself, the brand carved itself a historic mark within popular consumer culture.
The Hong Kong Toys Industry Conference 2019 covered a plethora of the industry's pressing issues, trends and aspirations under the theme "Forging the Bright Future for the Global Toy Industry".
The rating considers fashion and brand risk inherent in the toy industry, as well as the risks to traditional toymakers' models presented by changing play patterns.
Lazarus, who stepped down as CEO of Toys R Us in 1994, transformed the toy industry with a business model that became one of the first big stores devoted to one thing.
Meanwhile, Roy Tandean as Vice President of PT Matell Indonesia said the toy industry is still promising in the future.
JLL has completed a new, direct transaction for the Toy Industry Association Inc.
THE latest sales figures playthings And these to put birthday " show Pokemon gave the toy industry a boost last month.
Connection to entertainment content was the key driver behind the growth of the toy industry in 2015, NPD found, with overall toy sales growing 6.7% during the year.
Established in 2005, Kids@Play was set up by local entrepreneur Malcolm Evans following a 37-year career in the toy industry, and specialises in manufacturing outdoor products and battery-powered vehicles for children.
Derek Morris, the man behind Solihull-based Morris Vulcan Ltd and MV Sports and Leisure, helped transform the UK's toy industry over several decades.
The company's portfolio includes dollhouses, play kitchens, wooden toy trains, children's furniture, and other products that are staples of the toy industry and are carried by retailers such as Amazon, Walmart, Costco, Toys R Us, Target, and thousands of independent toy shops, catalogs, and websites around the world.