Maped Helix to showcase new products at London Stationery Show

Internationally renowned stationery company Maped Helix will be showcasing an array of new products at next month’s London Stationery Show. From a new colourful collection of Graph’Peps fineliners, to its award-winning Jungle Innovation felt pens, the company has a unique and diverse range of stationery which will be on display at the upcoming show.NSW-#lovestationery

The event will herald the brand’s dedication to exhibiting at the Stationery Show with 2016 being their sixth consecutive year.

With innovation and education at the heart of what they do, Maped Helix has a large collection of ground breaking products that have impressed children, parents and teachers for generations.

Products expected to stimulate interest at the show include the new Graph’Peps fine nib felt pens. Visitors will be given the chance to test the product and add their own splash of colour to Maped Helix’s giant colouring sheet that celebrates their sponsorship of National Stationery Week.

The Midlands based brand will add to its impressive exhibition portfolio by displaying the internationally recognised Helix Oxford range, which has been a firm favourite of students across the globe since 1935.

Gray Richmond, manager director at Maped Helix said “We’re delighted to be a part of the London Stationery Show again this year and to be exhibiting our unique collection of writing, colouring and school accessory products.

“It’s an exciting time for Maped Helix. We have a wide range of innovative products and we will continue to launch products that will excite retailers and their customers.”

The London Stationery Show is the UK’s leading exhibition for showcasing paper and writing products, including Maped Helix’s hugely popular range. The exhibition forms an integral part of National Stationery Week, a celebration of the written word which aims to encourage young and old to put pen to paper.

You will find Maped Helix on stand M506.


Posted on 31st March 2016 by Vanessa Fortnam