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Merry Christmas and a happy new year…

...from everyone at Greetings Today – here’s hoping for plenty of tinsel and starlight!

BEFORE anyone moans, we did send lots of real, hand-written and addressed Christmas cards this year, perhaps not one to all our 6,089 subscribers as the writer’s cramp set in long before we reached that massive total.

For anyone we missed, thank you for your support, interest and help over the past year and you should be receiving the first issue of 2015 as we’ve already sent January to print.
It’s packed with interesting comment and insight from regular monthly columnists John Ryan, Sarah Porter, Henri Davis, Neil Anthony and Alina Clark as well as retailers and publishers, with a great Top Drawer Spring Preview and look at the other January shows Giving & Living, Scotland’s Trade Fair Spring and Wales Spring Fair, and the C word rears its head again with the Christmas Card & Wrap 2015 feature.
This means we’re moving on to the next issues where the features are:

Paperworld Preview (Jan 31-Feb 3)
Spring Fair Preview (Feb 1-5)
Wedding & Anniversary Cards

Calendars, Posters & Prints
Male & Father’s Day Cards

If you’d like more than 5,000 retailers, both independents and multiples, to discover your products then the place to be seen is the only independently-audited trade magazine for the greetings industry, which is also the one with the largest circulation – ABC figures 6,089 July 1, 2013-June 30, 2014.
We also love to hear all your news, so if you’ve staff changes, charity events, or anything you’d like to tell the rest of the greetings industry about, tell Greetings Today first and we can include it on our regular email newsflash service as well as in the print and online versions – email with the details and pictures.

With the festive break now upon us, it’s time for Greetings Today to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a happy new year – enjoy the mince pies, tinsel and starlight and recharge the batteries all ready to start all over again with the January trade shows.

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