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Kate Smith brings a smile to Lisle Licensing’s BLE presence

The founder of the Kate Smith Company, Kate herself, is at Brand Licensing Europe all week on the Lisle Licensing stand (D177) and is inviting visitors and exhibitors to drop by during the show, say hello and send a card to a special person in their life.

Visitors don’t have to get Kate to assist them; if they want to simply drop by and take a card from the display they’re welcome to do so.

Kate will happily help anyone who wants her guidance in writing a positivity-inspired personalised message on a card of their choice from her many designs. Once the envelope is sealed all the sender needs to do is decide whether to hand it over in person or pop it in a post box and make it a surprise delivery.

Kate simply says: “Take a card. Send a smile.”

Kate’s positive and happy vibes have proved a hit on cards, calendars and planners across the UK with Hallmark, Moonpig and Carousel Calendars.

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