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Licensed names ready for PG Live 2019

Key names including Danilo, Hallmark, Studio by Gemma, Museums & Galleries and more exhibiting.

Now just over two weeks away, this year’s PG Live will see a host of buyers presented with the freshest collections and newest greeting cards launches – with licences playing a key role.

A number of new launches will be taking place at the show – which runs on June 4-5 at London’s Business Design Centre.

While key names such as Danilo, Hallmark, Studio by Gemma and UK Greetings will be making the most of character-led portfolios, design-focused licensing will also be taking centre stage, thanks to a range of publishers including Museums and Galleries, Paper Rose and Woodmansterne.

However, licensing also works both ways at the show. Anyone looking to licence designs for use elsewhere should keep their eyes open for the ‘Licensing Friendly’ sign on stands.

To find out more information on PG Live – and to register – simply click on this link.

You can also keep up to date with the show by following its social channels – it can be found at @PGLiveLondon on both Twitter and Instagram.

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