18 - 20 March 2019, Dubai

Welcome to the Playworld Village

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Unfold new business opportunities!

Continuing to uncover, unite and build the Middle East’s industry for toys and all other products for kids, Playworld Village is the only trade exhibition in the region of its kind.

The future looks bright for the Middle East children’s toy sector, with the regional retail value of toys and games estimated to reach US$4 billion by 2020. With a retail value of $895 million, the $560 per household spend on toys and games in the UAE is more than leading markets such as The USA, UK and Japan.

How can you find and source these toys and children’s lifestyle products for your business? By visiting the Playworld Village, a show highlight pavilion at Paperworld Middle East. The exhibition will take place again from 18 - 20 March, 2019

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Visit www.playworldME.com for more information.

Featured Exhibitors:

Melissa & Doug | USA

Since the Company's founding more than 25 years ago, Melissa & Doug has consistently delivered innovative children’s products with a commitment to uncompromising quality, safety, service and value. Well-designed, durable playthings should be accessible to all, and visitors like you will be able to discover and experience these innovations first hand. 

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Atiq Liusie (Ty) | UAE / USA

Atiq Liusie from the UAE are the distributor for well know toy brands including Ty, the USA company headed by Ty Warner. 2018 was their first time exhibiting at the Playworld Village during Paperworld Middle East.

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Party Camel | UAE

A leading online retailer proving all things party related, including several cool party and toy brands such as Ginger Ray, Meri Meri, Djeco, Rachel Allen, Unique and Talking Tables. Party Camel also launched a new Eid/Ramadan product range at the 2018 show. 

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Sarmadee | Palestine

Sarmadee is a Palestinian company established in 2009 and located in Ramallah, Palestine. They design and manufacture educational toys of all types, with bilingual (English and Arabic) advantages in order to tailor to both markets, as well as those who wish to learn Arabic or English in the Middle East and around the world. Their educational toys and games cover a wide range of educational needs, skills, and subjects including language, math, geography, science, geligion, early childhood, motor skills and more.


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Just DK | UAE

Just DK from the UAE were a returning exhibitor to Playworld Village in 2018 with their line of plush toys from brands including Wild Planet from Portugal and Japanese brand Bandai, who make Gundam figurines and the paint for them. They also distribute products from other leading anime brands such as Pokemon and Dragon Ball Z.

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Party Centre | UAE

Serving the UAE since 2004 and returning for the 8th year in a row, Party Centre are one of the largest party superstores in the world and are a retailer and distributor of several famous balloon and party brands such as Anagram (leading American balloon manufacturer) and Anscam, (children’s costumes and party supplies).

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Skola Toys | India

Skola toys are designed for children between 1 and 8, who have an extremely high rate of brain development, and constantly seek information through activity. Each toy exercises their fine motor skills and enhances dexterity, a trademark of all good toys for early years. Skola toys are made of environment-friendly wood sourced from renewable sources, coming to you from a team which has been supplying high quality educational materials to more than 10,000 schools for more than 25 years across the globe. These toys have been designed by experts who have more than 50 man years of experience in the Early Education space.

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