Keynote presentations promise insights to future at Stationery Show
Two presentations being held next Wednesday to mark World Stationery Day at the London Stationery Show will provide valuable insights to the future of stationery for visitors.
David Bateman, chief financial and operating officer and Pamela Cartwright, stationery buyer of leading design-led stationery retailer Paperchase will talk at 10am about the future for stationery in a digital age, the trends Paperchase is seeing within the market and how stationery and writing products continue to flourish and co-exist successfully alongside smart and digital technology.
At midday, Phil Pond of trend forecasting agency Scarlet Opus will identify the trends for Spring/Summer 2016 and explain how trend forecasters work, identify future design trends and can translate this information into practical ideas for shop merchandising and creating an outstanding consumer shopping experience.
Tickets for the presentations are free but limited, with places being available on the day on a first come, first served basis.
To register for the London Stationery Show, go to www.stationeryshow.co.uk
The London Stationery Show and World Stationery Day are part of National Stationery Week (27 April – 3 May) www.nationalstationeryweek.com
Posted on 22nd April 2015 by Hazel Fieldwick