Greetings Today is part of the Lema Publishing family of business to business magazines, which includes industry-leading titles such as Gifts Today, Toys ’n’ Playthings, Tableware International, Nursery Today and Licensing Today Worldwide. Source
SUPPLIERS who want to get up close and personal with retailers would do well to get on board with the Giftware Association’s Meet The Buyer events – and they have no less than two already arranged for March.
A SUCCESSFUL start to the new business season saw 1,640 exhibitors from 66 countries taking part in Paperworld, where the Trend Show gave the trade ideas for compiling their product choices and shop design.
IT’S THE Chinese Year Of The Dog – an auspicious year for UK Greetings’ knitted pup Boofle who is celebrating his 10th anniversary with a host of new product launches and activities planned for this exciting milestone.
A LEICESTER artist has been landed with a £100 bill after asking a local attraction if they wanted to sell her self-published greetings cards – because they say the view of the Old John ruin she’s painted is their trademark.
THE price of posting a card or letter is rising on March 26, with a 2p increase taking first class stamps to 67p, and second class to 58p – but Royal Mail said their service is still among the best value in Europe.
THE Tesco-Booker merger that paved the way for Co-Op to take over Nisa stores may not yet happen as the grocery wholesalers’ shareholders are being urged to vote against the £3.7billion tie-up.
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