A recent study by the UK firm Oxy Insight shows children gain important social and emotional skills through doll play. The results indicate this is true for both cooperative play with others and even while playing alone. This study is somewhat unique in that it actually peeked into portions of the brain of children while playing using fNIRS technology.
The 71st annual Toy Fair was held in Nuremberg Germany (Spielwarenmesse) from January 29th to February 2nd, 2020. And as usual, Kathe Kruse has space to show product available during the year. The last few years, the booth has been part of Hape, since their purchase in 2013. This year...
Käthe Kruse exhibited at the Nuremberg Spielewarenmesse (Toy Fair) again this year with a booth adjacent to the parent Hape booth in Hall 3A. They were showing a traditional line of dolls and soft toys continuing the over 100 year history of the brand. Also a popular part of the booth, is the new collection of classic dolls for collectors.
Käthe Kruse has been announced as a winner of the German Brand Award for 2017 in the category "Kids & Toys". Käthe Kruse has always stood for quality, hand crafted dolls and soft toys for children and this award recognizes this long history and tradition. Peter Handstein, owner of the Käthe Kruse, says our products are a "child for a child, and accompany you throughout your life."
This entry was posted in News and tagged business, Germany on February 21, 2018 by Randall Hertzler.
A new year brings the start of the product cycle as retailers make the trek to Nuremberg and New York to see and handle new items. For Käthe Kruse this always means the introduction of some new items and gives us a glimpse at which existing items will continue to be available throughout 2016.