London Stationery Show continues to grow

stationery show 2013This year’s London Stationery Show, which takes place from April 23 – 24 at the Design Centre in Islington, has grown by a third compared with last year and is up 60 per cent  on the 2011 show. It is the only UK exhibition dedicated to stationery products and writing instruments.

Buyers can source from over 150 stationery and pen brands from the UK and wider world on over 100 stands, including fifty new exhibitors.  Seventy five percent of exhibitors are exclusive to the Stationery Show in the UK exhibition market.  The majority of exhibitors at the Stationery Show have new and eco-friendly products, and many have special show offers exclusive to visitors.

“A dedicated stationery show enables us to access new products quickly and easily….it’s definitely time well spent” says Henri Davis, Stationery Buyer for the National Trust.

“The Stationery Show is fast becoming a real one-stop stationery superstore for retailers and buyers where they can see the biggest as well as newest names in the business including Parker, Moleskine, Sheaffer, Letts Filofax, Lamy, Helix/Maped and Faber-Castell” says organiser Chris Leonard-Morgan. “There is a fantastic range of products with everything from social stationery, high end leather goods and pens to desk accessories, notebooks and licensed stationery.”

For more information and to register for free visit the website

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