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Progressive Gifts & Home February Issue Out Now!

As Spring Fair gets ready to open its doors this weekend (February 2-6, NEC, Birmingham), Progressive Gifts & Home’s February issue gives you the lowdown on the show, (click through to page 13), the new Spring Fair product launches (click through to pages 105-121), how suppliers and retailers are approaching February’s exhibition (turn to pages 29-33), and which famous faces will be taking to the Inspired Retail Stage in Hall 6.

Above: It’s sure to be standing room only for Mary Berry on Monday February 3 at Spring Fair.
Above: It’s sure to be standing room only for Mary Berry on Monday February 3 at Spring Fair.

We also asked a ‘magnificent seven’ shop owners how they fared over the festive season. To find out, turn to Feedback (click through to pages 23-25).

Plus, we highlight the companies that are putting sustainability at the top of their agenda (turn to pages 35-39 and pages 93-97), look at who’s doing what in home fragrancing (turn to pages 61-65), jewellery and fashion accessories (turn to pages 83-87) and nursery and children’s (click through to pages 93-97). You can also discover what’s blooming for Spring/Easter (turn to page 81) and why Portmeirion Group is holding the World’s Biggest Tea Party (click through to pages 53-55).

Above: Natural Easter from Gisela Graham.
Above: Natural Easter from Gisela Graham.

Plus, we find out why Lesser & Pavey are feeling optimistic about the coming year, (click through to pages 49-51), how Ashleigh & Burwood are investing in the future (click through to pages 57-59), why 2020 sees further expansion for Best Kept Secrets, (click through to pages 73-75), and how Ian Wakefield is putting his mark on Half Moon Bay, (click through to pages 77-79). We also catch up with the Blue Diamond Group (click through to pages 41-43) and join in The Hollies 60th anniversary celebrations (pages 45-47).

To read the issue in full, click HERE


Sue Marks                                 Angie Bryant

Editor                                        Advertisement Manager


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