Progressive Greetings Live

Progressive Greetings Live is the world’s only trade exhibition dedicated to the greeting card industry, and like the industry it celebrates, the show is vibrant, buzzy and colourful!

This special two day show, held at the bright and airy Business Design Centre in London’s trendy Islington sees 250+ greeting card publishers show off thousands and thousands of wonderful designs to retail buyers and distributors from all over the world.

Since it was launched in 2009, PG Live has been embraced by retailers, publishers, distributors and trade suppliers as the trade show where the world of greeting cards get together under one roof. This well loved show, where business meets pleasure, has become a veritable treasure trove for retailers and distributors looking to source fresh ranges, meet established players and discover exciting new publishers.

Famed for its friendly atmosphere, not to mention its unsurpassed hospitality (free delicious lunches and refreshments!), PG Live offers a great way to see the absolute best the industry has to offer from hundreds of exhibitors ranging from major publishers and leading brands to boutique names and new designers.

Take a whistle-stop tour of the show, here:

Find out more at ProgressiveGreetingsLive.co.uk, and follow the Twitter account here.

To chat about attending or exhibiting, please visit the contact us page and get in touch.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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