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National Stationery Show 2017
2017-05-21 - 2017-05-24
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For 70 years, the NSS has been the place for all things paper – from greeting cards, custom invitations, gift wrap and journals, to lifestyle gifts – and everything in between. The NSS offers a streamlined, focused platform for meaningful business development. The atmosphere is highly creative, yet very serious, attracting store owners and top buying executives from thousands of diverse businesses worldwide, and engaging exhibitors from designer-makers to well established companies. The NSS is also the launching pad for 200+ emerging, trend-leading businesses each year, a true discovery zone!
The NSS is the place to discover the best stationery products for your store. See, touch and feel products that are fresh, unique and fit the designs your customers want. Easily find and source new products from 800 exhibiting companies, showcasing complete, new collections in a wide range of categories including: • greeting cards • custom invitations • giftwrap/ribbon • stationery • specialty party supplies • paper tableware • bridal accessories • customized/personalized products • in-store printing equipment • writing instruments • paper-crafting supplies • frames • journals • calendars • lifestyle giftware • decorative home office products • luxury leather goods • scrapbooking • back-to-school
NSS attracts buyers worldwide at a convenient time of year for them to travel to the U.S. You’ll meet buyers from 48 states, plus D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam, as well as from 55 other countries. International attendance increased by 3% alone in 2015., and nearly another 2% in 2016.