Maped Helix named as sponsor for NSW 2020

Maped Helix has announced its sponsorship for National Stationery Week 2020 where the company will help promote #WritingMatters. 

National Stationery Week will take place from 20th to 26th April 2020 with plans in place to make the campaign bigger and better than ever before to bring the nation together in the celebration of stationery and the written word.

Lianne Fletcher, Marketing Manager, Maped Helix said, "National Stationery Week combines both fun and meaning into a campaign that encourages the nation to put pen to paper. We can't wait to be involved again.

"Maped Helix has stood the test of time with iconic products and we were keen to be involved with this fantastic event."

Company Details

HELIX TRADING LTD

Building 92
The Pensnett Estate
Kingswinford
DV6 7FP
UNITED KINGDOM

01384 286860

www.helix.co.uk

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