Gift retailers who are serious about greeting cards will be among those heading off to dedicated greeting card show PG Live tomorrow (July 27), with the eventshowcasing thousands of greeting card designs, exciting new ranges and exclusive offers from leading card publishers, alongside newbies and brand new start-ups.
The show takes place over two days – Tuesday July 27 and Wednesday July 28 – at London’s Business Design Centre.
Show organiser Max Exhibitions has worked closely with the Business Design Centre team to firm up on its guidelines to give assurance as to the safety of exhibitors and visitors.
“We have waited a long time for the greeting card community to get back together which is why we are doing our utmost to make the show as enjoyable and successful as possible, which includes the safety of our exhibitors and visitors,” stated Simon Boyd, operations and co-show director. “Our mission is to run a show in which everyone exhibiting, as well as everyone visiting, feels safe, reassured and confident.”
Further reassurance is that Max Bull, executive director of the Business Design Centre, is also chairman of the Association of Event Venues (AEV) and has been in talks at top level on the issue of providing Covid safety in line with Government guidelines.
As the UK’s only specialist greeting card show, PG Live 2021 is excited to be bringing the whole greeting card community together – publishers, retailers and trade suppliers– sharing what makes the industry so great, its products and its people.
Designs include everything from humour, contemporary art and sustainable creationsto relations’ captions, with thousands of options on offer. Exhibitors include The Art File, Paper Salad, Hammond Gower, Roger la Borde, UK Greetings, Woodmansterne, Dean Morris Cards, Belly Button Designs, Alex Clark Art, Danilo, Ohh Deer, Five Dollar Shake, Ling Design, Megan Claire, Deva Designs, Wendy Jones-Blackett, Emotional Rescue, Redback, Hallmark, Cardology, Paperlink, Pigment, Unique and many others to include start-ups.
Plus, visitors can enjoy a free lunch on both days of the show, along with free teas and coffees and a free invitation to the opening night party.
Follow this link to see the Show Preview online.
Visitors can book below or register at the door on arrival.
Register at www.progressivegreetings.com