Nemo Office Club confirms presence at London Stationery Show

Nemo Office Club will be exhibiting at the London Stationery Show next week, further promoting the Keep It Local campaign and talking to visitors about the group’s ongoing activities.

London Stationery Show is taking place at the Business Design Centre in Islington on Tuesday 17th- Wednesday 18th May.

Tim Beaumont, MD said, “with our association with National Stationery Week and on the back of Keep It Local Week we are delighted to be a part of the London Stationery Show, meeting new contacts, and celebrating all things stationery.

“We had a very successful exhibition at our conference in Stratford-upon-Avon last month. The appetite for dealers and suppliers to interact is back and the London Stationery Show is an excellent platform to do just that. In the past, we have attended as visitors, but with so much has gone on in recent months with the re-launch of our retail offering, the growth of Keep It Local, and new marketing initiatives, it is the perfect opportunity to discuss all of this with attendees as an exhibitor.”

Company Details

NEMO (1991) LTD

125b Long Street
Atherstone
CV9 1AB
UNITED KINGDOM

01827 721100

www.nemogroup.co.uk

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