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Just 7 weeks to PG Live 2022

Register for UK’s only specialist greeting card event to receive your free Show Preview


It’s time to make plans for a trip to the big smoke with PG Live 2022 set to open its doors in just seven weeks’ time – and you don’t want to miss out on seeing thousands of incredible greeting card designs, exciting ranges and exclusive offers.

Register here now to receive your free Show Preview for the UK’s only specialist greeting card trade show, PG Live 2022 takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday, 7-8 June, in Islington’s beautiful Business Design Centre, in the heart of London.

Coming right after the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration weekend, the rollcall of exhibitors for PG Live 2022 already includes loads of great names, such as Abacus, The Art File, Belly Button Designs, Cardology, Caroline Gardner, Danilo, Dean Morris Cards, Deva Designs, Emotional Rescue, Five Dollar Shake, Hammond Gower, Ling Design, Museums & Galleries, Ohh Deer, Paperlink, Paper Salad, Pigment, Tache Cards, Redback Cards, Rosanna Rossi, UK Greetings, Wendy Jones-Blackett, and Woodmansterne.

Above: Show stoppers – the opening day of PG Live 2021
Above: Show stoppers – the opening day of PG Live 2021

Alongside the host of fabulous publishers there are some wonderful gift, giftwrap and trade supplier names too, such as The Bright Agency, Creative Sparrow, Cotton & Grey, Fenner Paper, Funko, Globe Enterprise, The Imaging Centre, Jehane, Sherwood Group, and Wish Strings.

For anyone still thinking about taking a stand at the show, there are a very few remaining – what are you waiting for? Get in touch with Warren Lomax (07977 572086 or or Tracey Arnaud ( or 07957 212062) to be part of the PG Live 2022 tribe!

Definitely one for any retailer who stocks greeting cards, it’s a great opportunity to see the product in the flesh and hold it in your hands, checking out the latest ranges from so many leading card publishers, as well as the creative delights from newbies and brand-new start-ups.

As the UK’s only specialist greeting card show, PG Live 2022 will bring the whole global greeting card community together – publishers, retailers, overseas distributors and trade suppliers – to share in what makes our industry so great…its products and its people!

Above: Fancy a cuppa – Wendy Jones-Blackett and Jacqui Godlove making good use of the free tea trolley (courtesy of Windles) at last year’s show.
Above: Fancy a cuppa – Wendy Jones-Blackett (right) and Jacqui Godlove making good use of the free tea trolley (courtesy of Windles) at last year’s show

Whether you are looking for some top funnies, great contemporary art, sustainable creations, spot on relations’ captions or something completely different, there will be thousands of options on offer.

All you need to do is register here and you will be joining us at PG Live June 7-8, we’ll make sure you will receive a free Show Preview to give you a taster of just some of the ranges that will be on offer, meaning that you’ll be on your way to discovering your new best sellers as well as catching up with all your industry friends!

And don’t forget… the lunch, refreshments, and opening night party are all laid on for you.

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