Industry News

We share some of the latest industry updates here, as well as GCA member updates. Members have the opportunity to share their latest products, news and announcements through the GCA web site. Send us your announcements today! For more information and post guidelines, contact our Communications Manager.

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In the News- April 2018

 GCA Members in the News Buyout firm closes acquisition of American Greetings. Leanin’ Tree installs new press. In the News  .99 greeting cards at Trader Joe’s. Article announces LOUIE finalists. Gender-free Mother’s Day cards arrive in London. Global greeting card...

Member News- April 2018

Welcome New Members JUST BEE & ME Tell us about your company and/or your products. After 18 years in advertising, design and art directing, I decided to stay home and raise my children. I also returned to my love of fine art and painting and entered the gallery...

Committee Updates- April 2018

Communications and PR Committee Update by Dave Phipps, Chair Avanti Thinking of You Week The Communications and PR Committee has created a task force to bring “Thinking of You Week” to the USA in 2018. Led by Nicky Burton of Calypso Cards, the task force is building a...

GCA Events- February 2018

Become a GCA Villager The GCA can help you display your products at the National Stationery Show with low hassle, low cost, and high visibility.  As a result of last year’s great turnout, we invite you to partner with us in 2018 as our GCA Village booth comes back for...

In the News- February 2018

GCA Industry Survey  Please Take 20 minutes (or fewer) and complete the GCA’s annual industry survey, developed and conducted by Cleveland’s MPI Group.  You don’t need to be a GCA member to participate, though you do need to be either a publisher, retailer, sales rep....

Member News- February 2018

Welcome New Members “I guess you could say that L Cheapo® Cards are in my genes.” – Laura Sheldon, owner/artist, L Cheapo® Card Co., U.S.A. http://lcheapocards.com/ “Growing up, I remember my dad making homemade greeting cards. He’d take a piece of plain white paper,...