170,000 square meters, 70,000 attendants, 2,857 exhibitors from 60 countries of the world – that is the Spielwarenmesse 2016 exhibition, the main event of the world’s toy industry, a magnet for the largest producers of goods for kids and a wonderful, unforgettable festive event for participants and attendants of the exhibition. The exhibition took place in Nurnberg (Germany) from 27 January to 1 February 2016.
Erich Krause company presented at its mount the brightest and the most interesting newly-designed goods from its assortment of products for craft, produced under the ArtBerry® brand.
The “Neon Collection” of the ArtBerry®, consisted of such instruments for painting and kids craft as watercolor paints, gouache and clay, became a remarkable part of the Spielwarenmesse exhibition. An explosion of bright, almost shining, colors and tones impressed even experienced experts.
ArtBerry® markers became a real embodiment of a new vision on conventional things. While previously markers were able just to paint with different colors, now their abilities are significantly broader: they can change colors, have glimmering spangles, emit different fruit flavors and make chameleon prints with little stamps.
One of the key elements of the whole exposition became 3D puzzles – playing kits, which allow children and their parents to construct 3D figurines and color them with their favorite colors themselves, without clue and scissors. In Nurnberg Erich Krause presented a whole world of puzzle toys: table- and floor-standing playing houses, castles with knights and princesses, exotic animals and fairytale characters, little cars, ships, planes and, of course, flowers.
The Spielwarenmesse exhibition gathered friends of the Erich Krause again and presented new partners from all over the world, representatives of retail networks and wholesale suppliers. Every year the Spielwarenmesse raises its standards of organization and increases its scope, allowing all the participants to hold efficient talks in a comfortable atmosphere, to find new opportunities for cooperation, to broaden and establish business contacts.
We would like to thank everyone, who helped us, who was with us, participated in the work of the exhibition and, certainly, all the guests, as without their attendance a truly festive event is just hard to imagine.