Premier Stationery has announced it has signed up as the first partner for National Stationery Week 2020.
Premier Stationery traces its heritage back to Ireland and the 1970s, establishing itself as Ireland’s leading stationery company, offering innovation, quality and a diverse range of products for all ages and applications.
In 2015 Premier Stationery expanded its operations with the opening of its UK division, which has grown exponentially to become a main supplier for many key customers within the UK market.
The family-run business has developed what have become long-standing favourite brands such as Crafty Bitz, a range of art and craft projects for kids; Clever Kidz, which includes a variety of teaching aids that make learning fun; Premier Activity, Concept, a Professional Office Range and Premier Office for all stationery requirements, from staplers to pens, bubble wrap to index dividers and more.
Other successful brands include Icon, an elite artists’ collection including an extensive range of art materials for both professional and recreational artists. World of Colour is aimed at a younger audience and incorporates drawing and painting media, colouring and drawing books and an extensive range of craft items.
Recent additions include Icon Craft for hobby enthusiasts, Student Solutions which is targeted at academic audiences, Pro:Form an extensive range of labelling and printing solutions, and Stik-ie which has a range of adhesive tapes, sticky notes and glues.
Premier Stationery has thousands of products in stock, with standard 2-3-day delivery lead times.
Jo Proctor, sales and marketing manager, said: “Premier Stationery are thrilled to be part of National Stationery Week’s 2020 Partnership campaign as we are passionate about stationery and remain committed to the progression of the stationery and craft market.
“We have a clear and continued development plan for the distribution of our products in the UK and we see National Stationery Week as the perfect platform to further enhance our standing within the stationery, craft and education industries.”