Toy market

The Indian toy market has growth potential: Funskool India

Representation image Bombay: The Indian toy market is about $ 450-500 million, or about 0.5% of the global toy market, which is set at about $ 90 billion. Currently, only 80% of Indian toys are Chinese imports, and unbranded Chinese toys represent 90% of the Indian market. With a focus …

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Morbi in Gujarat aspires to replace the Chinese toy market

Responding to Prime Minister Modi’s call to make India autonomous or Atmanirbhar Bharat, 150 businesses in Morbi have joined hands to create local alternatives to products currently outsourced from China. As the call to boycott China and its products grows, Morbi, known as a ceramic tile hub in Gujarat, aspires …

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Funskool – The New Indian Express

Express news service CHENNAI: With children stuck at home due to the pandemic and high feelings against Chinese products, toy maker Funskool aims to seize the opportunity and expand its market share, both at home and abroad. foreigner. The Chennai-based toy maker expects its exports to grow 15-20% this fiscal …

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The toy market is more than fun and games

The rates don’t sound like a lot of fun. But it is one of the hottest topics in the toy market of 2019. Well, kidding, right? The Trump administration is set to impose a 15% tariff on toys made in China on December 15. Currently, there are no tariffs on …

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Grandparents are a growing audience for the toy market

Visiting the new grandchild with a shipment of toys and then taking the older grandchildren to their favorite toy stores to pick out something special is a rite of passage for many grandparents. Grandparents make their grandchildren happy, and traders need to understand what is a large share of the …

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Why Barbie, Lego and Hamleys are fighting in the Indian toy market – Quartz India

From stuffed dolls to toy soldiers, there is a common thread running through almost all toys sold around the world: the “Made in China” label. Relaxed manufacturing standards have makes China the base from which nearly three quarters of the toys of the world originate. In India, the threat is …

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The toy market is not a lot of fun for UK retailers

This week’s sale of the Early Learning Center by Maternal care because a fraction of what he paid over a decade ago shows that recent trading in the UK toy market has been anything but child’s play. The industry has suffered several big failures – first Woolworths in 2009, then …

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How Spin Master conquered the lucrative international toy market

The hitmaking company has had a good thing for years. But to truly dominate the market, they had to improve their game. (LR) Ronnen Harary, Ben Gadbois and Anton Rabie CEO of Spin Master toy company. (Photograph by May Truong) As of 2012, Ben Gadbois was living in Chicago and …

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The demise of Toys ‘R’ Us could spur the merger boom in the US toy market

By Aishwarya Venugopal, Uday Sampath Kumar (Reuters) – The U.S. toy industry appears poised for a wave of mergers and acquisitions among smaller toymakers following the Toys ‘R’ Us bankruptcy as they seek greater reach and bargaining power with major Target retailers TGT.N and Wal-Mart WMT.N. Closure signs are seen …

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Who will fill the void in the $ 11 billion toy market after Toys ‘R’ Us leaves?

The question left up for debate is how much is the company’s brand worth. Andrew Burton / Getty Images The 70-year-old Toys “R” Us story will end with a frenzy of liquidation at its 735 stores across the United States. from this week– approaching an era of American retailing. Toys …

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