Here is a selection of features from Gift Focus magazine.
Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licenced Paralegals (NALP), chats to Gift Focus and looks at where your business stand with regards contracts and the coronavirus
Since the launch of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS), the UK Government has supported the wages of 1,736,800 jobs in the wholesale and retail sector.
UK consumers are increasingly purchasing gift cards to spend on themselves, according to the latest industry research from the Gift Card & Voucher Association (GCVA), in partnership with research and data specialist GlobalData.
Anti Copying in Design (ACID) is pleased to announce that the text from the UK on design rights includes the recognition that designs shown in the UK would receive protection across the EU post Brexit.
UK tariff changes announced from 1 January 2021: From 1st January, 2021, the UK will apply a UK-specific tariff to imported goods. This UK Global Tariff (UKGT) will replace the EU's Common External Tariff, which applies until 31st December, 2020.
Tilnar Art is looking forward to touching base with its loyal customer base post-COVID-19 pandemic, and in the meantime is keeping calm and carrying on.
Gift company Chocolate Genie offers a realistic view of the struggles of lockdown, however, while still creating orders for Christmas gifting, there is an air of positivity.
Anna Willique from her namesake brand talks about how the current pandemic has brought her even closer to her team, and is witnessing an upsurge in online orders.
Today as part of our Quarantine Stories series we check out online retailer Three Boys Rocks, with Founder Polly stating now is the time for businesses to engage with customers to reap future rewards
As we continue with our quarantine stories, today we check out Elite Gifts, which has seen a boom in trade since the lockdown
Today marks the start of our Quarantine Stories series, where we get to know what you, the heart of our industry, is doing during lockdown. We kickstart with Vent For Change, a sustainable stationery company.
As Muslims across the world prepare for the Holy month of Ramadan, Mariam Manawer, founder of award winning Islamic gift and lifestyle brand, Ibadah London, shares her unique insight as to what she has discovered throughout the build up to Ramadan amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.
As it's Earth Day, we thought when better to highlight a host of gorgeous sustainable and eco-friendly products from some of the best in the industry?
It's not hard to see why this company has stood the test of time. Creating sought-after pieces, Talbot differentiates itself by offering jewellery for everyone, and having total belief in its story.
Gift Focus and Attire Accessories a pillar of support after Home & Gift announcement - let's keep businesses and the trade industry thriving
While at home due to lockdown, people will be online more than ever, however, we will all start missing that 'human aspect' so here at KD Media Publishing & Events we wanted you to meet and get to know the team behind our stand-out trade publication Gift Focus...
National Stationery Week is back and is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2020 with more plans than ever before. Read on to find out how you can get involved.
The perfect place to get attention for your brand is on Instagram, but getting it right isn't always easy. Things like hashtags can make a big difference to your Instagram engagement and reach performance, allowing you to connect with plenty of potential clients.
As the demand for quality British-made product becomes a priority for UK shoppers, BCTF offers an ideal sourcing environment for retailers
Winner of the Spotted Award at Top Drawer, Be For Change is a sustainable accessories brand looking to fundamentally change the landscape of eco-fashion. Here founder Ana Carneiro tells us more...