“Thank you, Millennials” was one of the overall positive messages expressed during the GCA’s recent “Oceans of Opportunity” Workshop and Retreat in Naples, Florida. The last year, according to the research findings from the United States Postal Service, has seen an encouraging increase in 44 million more greeting cards being posted compared to the previous […]
Noted: The Greeting Card Expo, which debuted this May in Brooklyn, is making its way to San Francisco in 2020. What’s new about Noted 2020? Click the link below to find out. Read the full article from Stationery Trends here.
Plans for implementation of the 10% tariffs on a range of products imported from China will not include greeting cards, at least initially. The US Trade Commission announced that the tariff on our category and some others should be delayed until December 15th. Though not out of the woods entirely, the three-and-a-half-month delay will ensure […]
The Greeting Card Association (GCA) has been engaged in opposing expansion of the list of products imported from China subject to proposed tariffs to include greeting cards including testimony by GCA President, George White to the United States Trade Representative (USTR) in June of this year. While it was announced shortly after the hearing that […]