Anker reveals range of licensed stationery

Published on: 22nd February 2016

The company has had positive reactions to its Secret Life of Pets range, among others. 

ankerpets480Helen Webster, International Greetings’ group licensing director, commented: “We had a huge reaction to our Emoji range of stationery at Spring Fair; this range really went down well with retailers, and orders have been brisk ever since. Emoji is an official trademark so retailers should be careful to buy the real thing.”

Judging by retailer feedback at Spring Fair, Helen predicts that another licence looking like a real winner is the Secret Life of Pets stationery, creative play and sticker range, which launches in May in time for the UK movie release in June.


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