notonthehighstreet.com to be keynote speaker on World Stationery Day

Rebecca Saunders, head of development at leading online retailer notonthehighstreet.com, which offers consumers a curated product selection with unique designs and high quality craftsmanship, will be the keynote retail speaker at this month’s London Stationery Show, on Wednesday, April 27.noths_logo_web

This special event will mark the second World Stationery Day, part of the wider consumer National Stationery Week campaign, which notonthehighstreet.com is supporting. 

Rebecca says, “Stationery is a large and fast growing category at notonthehighstreet.com; we’re a destination for bespoke ranges such as wedding stationery and decorations and are continuing to grow our core stationery ranges such as notebooks, diaries, cards and wrapping. Our customers choose stationery as an extension of their style and personality so sourcing unique designs from small creative stationers really appeals to them.”

Her presentation will take a look at how stationery fits into the notonthehighstreet.com offer, its increasing popularity as Partners – typically smaller creative manufacturers – respond to consumer demand for innovative and personalised options for how they make notes and share the written word.  Rebecca will also share insights into stationery styles and current trends.

Rebecca’s presentation will take place at the show on the morning of Wednesday, April 27.  Detailed timings will be confirmed nearer to the show and seats will be on a first come, first served basis.

World Stationery Day is an extension of National Stationery Week but on a global basis, celebrating the written word and all things stationery – the products which make it possible, and give pleasure to so many people.

 

More on Rebecca Saunders:

Rebecca is Head of Development at notonthehighstreet.com and is a self-confessed stationery lover.

She joined notonthehighstreet.com in 2015 and leads the team responsible for stationery, weddings and Christmas along with fast-growth categories including baby & child and food & drink.Rebecca’s career over the past decade spans finance, strategy and buying; previously working for leading retailers across the UK and US including J.Crew, Tiffany & Co., Argos and John Lewis.  Rebecca has a degree from Cambridge University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

 

Posted on 13th April 2016 by Vanessa Fortnam