Gadsby’s and Uni-Ball / POSCA Partnership

by Jun 2, 2017Events & Shows, News

Gadsby’s and Uni-Ball / POSCA Partnership

Great news for Arts & Hobbycraft show attendees..

Gadsby’s have been attending Arts & Hobbycraft shows and exhibitions for many years and found them to be a great route to market.

Uni-Ball / Posca and Gadsby’s have recently agreed to work together for 5 shows in 2017.

In the UK Uni-Ball were looking for a partner to extend their marketing and sales activity for the POSCA range of products. Gadsby’s, with decades of experience in the Arts & Crafts retail market and a track record of working with the company, was an obvious choice. Leveraging the Gadsby expertise in retail, events and dealing with the public allied to their great expertise in the POSCA products made perfect sense.

So, if you are attending any of these shows you can look forward to a joint Gadsby’s and Uni-ball stand.

 

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