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Industry Sites from all over the world:


International Council of Toy Industries (ICTI) 




ICTI consists of 20 toy trade associations, including countries of Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Chinese Taipei, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States. The council was established to ensure toys are produced in safe and humane environments. A coherent ethical standard, the Code of Business Practices and Auditing Protocol, was developed for factories to adopt and demonstrate due diligence.



Toy Industry Association (USA)


Toy Industry Association™, Inc. (TIA) is the not-for-profit trade association representing all businesses involved in creating and bringing toys and youth entertainment products to kids of all ages. 


TIE-Toy Industries of Europe




TIE is the trade association for the European toy industry. TIE provides a unique source of information both for and on the toy industry in Europe. TIE is proud of the contributions made by toys and play to society. At present, membership includes fourteen direct member companies and most national toy associations, representing approximately 80% of European toy sales.


Japanese Toy Association




 The purpose of Japan Toy Association is to contribute to the comprehensive development of toy industry in the country as well as to promote toy exports by putting together the opinions of toy industry circles regarding the various issues both at home and abroad concerning the production, distribution, exports and consumption of toys in order to give practical effect to these issues through the liaison and coordination of each sector of toy industry.

Australian Toy Association




 The ATA is an independent, financially strong well resourced industry body representing the Australian Toy Industry. Today ATA's members are involved in a large variety of children's products ranging across toys, hobbies, nursery, clothing, confectionery, games (board, electronic & video), CDs, books, collectibles, car safety, furniture, sports, lifestyle & licensed products. This reflects the increasing diversification of ATA's membership as they develop to meet the changing needs of a quickly evolving society.

Spanish Toy Association





British Toy & Hobby Association




 The British Toy & Hobby Association was established in 1944 to represent the interests of British toy manufacturers and to raise standards of practice in the industry. Today it has around 140 members ranging from international toy giants to small family-run businesses that together account for over 90% of the UK toy market.

Russian National Toy Association





Canadian Toy Association




 Founded in 1932, CTA is a not-for-profit trade Association whose members are manufacturers, importers and distributors of toys, games, seasonal and hobby products. The Association provides base assistance for inventors and a product resource for retailers. The office is a base for toy companies, media and government departments to obtain information on the industry.

Indian Toy Association



TAI is the apex body of the Toy Fraternity in India representing over 600 industry members. Our members include Manufacturers, Importers, Exporters, Retailers and Wholesalers spread across the length and breadth of the country. The Association is registered with The Registrar of Societies, Government of Delhi since June, 1995. TAI is also a registered member of The Sports Goods Export Promotion Council (SGEPC) since 2010. TAI is accredited by Government of India, Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). 


Hong Kong Toy Association




 Hong Kong Toys Council (HKTC) was established in 1986 under the auspices of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI), a fully independent statutory industrial organization in Hong Kong. The Council aims at promoting and fostering the interests of Hong Kong toy industry from both local and international perspectives. HKTC endeavours to raise awareness of international product safety standards among the industry in view of the increasing demand for higher product quality.