PG Live 2019 Registration Is Easy Peasy

“We know that very few people like filling in forms, so we are making registration for PG Live June 2019 even easier than ever before,” assures Jacqui Parr, marketing manager of Progressive Greetings Live 2019. Registration has just opened for nest year’s two day dedicated greeting card show that will take place Tuesday 4 June and Wednesday 5 June at the Business Design Centre in London’s Islington.

Click here to register.

Buyers have the option to register for the show via its dedicated website, through social media channels (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Google+), by email or by picking up a phone (and dialling +44 (0) 1635 297070).

Above: Next June 5-6 sees PG Live 2019 welcome card retailers of all types, such as Jo (left) and Martin Johnstone of Paper Moon, Sidmouth who spent their Sunshine Ticket with Dandelion Stationery.
Above: Next June 5-6 sees PG Live 2019 welcome card retailers of all types, such as Jo (left) and Martin Johnstone of Paper Moon, Sidmouth who spent their Sunshine Ticket with Dandelion Stationery.

“We have simplified the online registration and it works really well, but for those who prefer to speak to a real life person, there is always someone the other end of the phone. The greeting card industry is a people business after all,” Jacqui summed up.

Last year saw the introduction of buyers being able to register via social media channels. “It proved really popular as buyers could easily invite colleagues too, and it creates a visitor hub so buyers can track who decides to come,” explains Jacqui.

Even seven months from the show, PG Live 2019 is lining up to be the greatest show for greeting cards in the world, with the exhibitor list reading like a ‘whose who’ of leading brands – including The Art File, Paper Salad, Five Dollar Shake, Belly Button, Wendy Jones-Blackett, UKG, Hallmark, IC&G, Paperlink, Gemma, Danilo, Noel Tatt, Icon Arts, Second Nature, Nigel Quiney and Emotional Rescue – while the ever popular Springboard area for newbie publishers is already burgeoning with ‘waiting to be discovered’ names.

Above: Even with seven months to go, the exhibitor line-up for PG Live 2019 looks really strong.
Above: Even with seven months to go, the exhibitor line-up for PG Live 2019 looks really strong.

“Our new look website for the show is taking shape which has been designed to be much more visually-stimulating, reflecting the strong aesthetic pull of our wonderful sector,” added Jacqui.

While the show has an admissions policy (focused on buyers, overseas buyers and licensees), regular tours of the show are to be recommended for would-be exhibitors wishing to find out more.

 

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