Hall 3 Stand L30-M31
Reflecting its increasing importance in its product offerings, M&G created a new section for tabletop and gift products in its 2023 catalogue, containing some exciting new developments, all of which will be on show at the company’s stand at the NEC.
This show will see the launch of M&G’s new range of paper napkins. An all-new collection of printed paper napkin packs feature imagery from across the M&G collection.
Alongside the paper napkins will be a select new range of organic cotton napkins. Beautifully printed organic cotton napkins from M&G’s V&A, British Museum, Catherine Rowe and Classics ranges.
M&G’s organic cotton luxury Tote Bags and Pouch Bag collections have been expanded with new designs.
Later in the spring, M&G will launch new insulated Travel Tumblers. A new range of high-quality, printed double wall insulated hot/cold drinks tumblers with classic and colourful prints and matt accent colour lids. Perfect for drinks on the go!
The new travel tumblers are from the same family as the company’s existing Drinks Bottles, which have been refreshed with new designs including from the Natural History Museum and Catherine Rowe. The travel tumblers will preview at the NEC, with availability late February/March.
M&G’s jigsaw puzzles launched last year and were a huge hit with retailers. M&G has doubled this range in size with some exciting and challenging new puzzles; all available now and on show at the NEC.
M&G now offers a huge range of sheet wrap, roll wrap, gift bags, and gift tissue packs. Sheet wraps come in single sided, double sided, and
All M&G core greeting card ranges have been majorly refreshed with bold, eye catching, classic and sometimes quirkily amusing new choices.
Notably, M&G has completely transformed its Transport For London range with a host of new designs transcending the story of the world’s greatest capital city.
This new card range for 2023 showcases some of the Tate’s boldest, most colourful artworks – and renowned artists – in a modern gallery-style art card format with an eye-catching neon green accent envelope. This new range stands alongside the existing Tate range of cards – but whereas that range explores all sides of the Gallery’s art holdings, Tate Contemporary aims at showcasing bright and colourful contemporary art for a discerning audience of art lovers. Artists featured include Mary Fedden, Julian Trevelyan, Nicholas Munro, and Barbara Hepworth. The range was developed in close consultation with the Tate itself and is a bold new venture for 2023, particularly suited to Independents and art-focused retail environments. There are 12 cards in the launch collection.