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Gemma unveils online trade store for independents

Move is part of licensee’s increased focus on independent retailers.

As part of its increased focus on independent retailers, Gemma International has launched a new trade store especially for the sector.

The new store will enable customers to place product orders online at their convenience, with the assurance that orders will be processed within 48 hours of receipt.

New and existing independent customers – including those that formerly ordered Gemma’s popular licensed character greetings via Is It Art – are invited to sign up via trade.store@gemma-international.co.uk.

In addition, Gemma’s newly appointed independent sales team and dedicated head office-based customer service team are available to answer any queries.

Amanda Parkin, md at Gemma International, commented: “We are really excited to launch our web shop ‘Gemma’s Trade Store’ which includes top selling licences such as Peppa Pig, Thomas, emoji, Pokémon and Natural History Museum across cards and wrap.

“And we will be adding popular party lines Peppa Pig, PJ Masks and Stormtrooper during August.”

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