My Gifts Trade completes ECP Design acquisition

My Gifts Trade owned by Music Exchange (Manchester) Ltd has announced the completion of the acquisition of ECP Design.

Founded in 1966, family owned business Music Exchange (Manchester) Ltd. is the leading distributor in the UK for sheet music and musical gifts.

My Gifts Trade has developed an extensive range of home and giftware with designers including Sara Miller London, Hinchcliffe and Barber, Oscar Francis and The Woodland Trust. This year they are very proud to be launching new designer ranges from I like Birds and artist Meg Hawkins.

My Gifts Trade will continue the legacy and ethos of ECP Design whilst together will be introducing new products and designs for each season, working with existing designers as well as recruiting fresh new talent.

ECP Design started in 1977 as English Country Pottery in an 18th Century Cotswold barn, a family run business which today license products from innovative designers and brands such as Brixton Pottery and Caroline Zoob as well as developing ranges for National Trust and Fortnum & Mason amongst others.

John Collett — Director of ECP comments: “We are delighted that such a gifted team as My Gifts Trade have taken on ECP Design and we hope our customers like the new products we have developed together for 2018. We think the two companies have a lot in common and similar values and we hope customers will continue to support both brands”.

My Gifts Trade and ECP Design are exhibiting at Spring Fair: My Gifts Trade in Hall 9 Stand 9B20 – C21 and ECP Design in Hall 6 Stand 6H54 — J55

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