ExaClair, the UK subsidiary for the Exacompta Clairefontaine Group, will be exhibiting a range of traditional and unexpected products at this year’s Stationery Show, at the Business Design Centre, London, on 26th-27th April.
This year’s unexpected products include Deopatch, the paper crafting brand, plus Exactive, the multi-purpose, robust and light-weight range of filing and luggage products, which is becoming popular amongst mobile professionals.
Kevin Wharton, Marketing Manager at ExaClair said of the stand, “it has been designed to not only showcase the latest styles and innovations in ExaClair’s brands, but also to demonstrate the value-add product ranges that fit well within stationery stores, but sometimes sit outside traditional stationer portfolios.”
Key to their stand will be G Lalo’s correspondence sets and notepads, complemented by J Herbin’s inks with a particular focus on the 1670 range, including Stormy Grey and the new Emerald Green ink. Visitors can also expect to see the traditional and boutique Rhodia range of notepads, diaries, luggage and desktop accessories, as well as Iderama brightly-coloured and coordinated folders, binders, and pocket wallets for students and young professionals.
Kevin adds, "we are confident we have a well thought out collection of products on show that will catch the attention of the show’s visitors.”