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Monthly Archives: November, 2021

Festive Friday fun

We hope everyone enjoyed Festive Friday and was busy writing and encouraging the public to start sending greetings cards. One of the organisations that took...

Join in Festive Friday!

Don’t forget that tomorrow (Friday 26 November) is Festive Friday! The aim of this industry tradition, organised by the Greeting Card Association (GCA) is to...

Last chance to exhibit at Harrogate Christmas & Gift

Exhibition space at festive trade show Harrogate Christmas & Gift is still available for companies hoping to boost 2022 sales of Christmas decorations, home...

BLE goes online next week

Following Brand Licensing Europe (BLE) last week in London, there are more opportunities to network, or catch up on what happened if you didn’t...

Art file card collections cater for men

The Art File is launching a new collection of Father’s Day cards for 2022. These Father’s Day cards are printed on textured board and...

The Giftware Association kicks off trade show season

Hale Events and The Giftware Association will once again be joining forces to start the show season with the first real-world show of 2022. This...

Thortful celebrates Small Business Saturday

Card marketplace thortful is passionate about supporting small independent creators and gift makers. Every card bought from thortful helps to support an independent business...

Danilo gets green light for Squid Games

The past couple of years has seen a rapid increase in viewing figures for streaming platforms such as Netflix, and the most recent show...

OKI Europe (UK & Ireland) launches wedding package for small independent stationers

OKI Europe (UK & Ireland) has launched a complete wedding package aimed at helping small independents in the wedding stationery and greeting card space,...

Duo launch support service for card creatives

Navigating the creative world of greeting cards just got a whole lot easier for artists and designers - not to mention fun too - ...

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