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My First Progressive Greetings Live Trade Show, London 2019

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Progressive Greetings Live 2019 - We did it! Almost a year ago, I had an epiphany which would lead me to a grand business venture. I decided to use my creative skills to design greeting cards that the world would be fighting over. Well...that's probably how it came over in my dreams. The reality may not be so extreme. A year on, I'm delighted to say that I have just completed my first trade show! My decision to exhibit at Progressive Greetings Live 2019 was not taken lightly. It is a fair cost for the newbie that already has initial outlays...

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Whitty Goose 'Comes Home' to Stamford Bridge

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Yesterday, Whitty Goose came home to Chelsea Football club's very own Stamford Bridge.   Hosted by Carl Southwell and partnered with Ixion business start-up, a smorgasbord of business essentials was deliciously presented. There is no wonder that businesses come back month after month. The majority of eager onlookers were intrigued and could not decide whether they preferred one or the other (white or coloured). It was agreed that both ranges were 'quirky, beautifully crafted and professional in appearance'. The clear favourite on the day was the 'I love you Naan' card. It jumped off the shelf for one young man, who bought it as a...

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Geese...Our timeless source of joy

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For many years, the Goose has inspired us in so many ways. This beautiful, majestic bird is a worldwide species that whilst having slight differences, is readily identified when seen. How many times have you shouted 'Honk! Honk! when you have been in the presence of a Goose? So just how many species of Geese are there world wide? Well, there are three types of geese that come from the Anatidae family. The three genera: Anser (grey geese), Chen (white geese) and Branta (black geese) contain 17 species. Why have I chosen the goose to represent my company? I read somewhere...

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