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anything that may be given as a present



china, crystal, or other items suitable for gifts.
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home decor & giftware, organised by Clarion Events West Africa, in partnership with The Retail Council of Nigeria and The African Association of Interior Designers, scheduled to hold at the Eko Hotels and Suites from Tuesday, 5th-Thursday, 7th July 2017, is a retail event that would further open up channels of trade between Nigerian buyers and international suppliers and manufacturers.
Hanson & Bedford Properties, advised by Savills, has sold Unit 1 on the Crown Industrial Estate in Warmley, Bristol to Giftware Trading Ltd for Au475,000.
GIFTWARE MEANS DIFFERENT THINGS TO DIFFERENT COMPANIES, but regardless of definition it remains an important staple of their repertoires.
British holographic giftware producer and distributor A.
Giftware has evolved way beyond niche status at Hood's Do it Best in Wyandotte, Mich.
NEW YORK-'Tis the season for giftware, with red being the lucky color and 50 the lucky number, if what was emphasized by retailers here is any indication.
Gift ideas are a great way to promote any category and most merchandise in your store is suitable for cross-promotions with your Tabletop Department, so market your tabletop giftware in a manner that makes every day an occasion.
British Jewellery & Giftware Exports has signed a new service agreement with UK Trade & Investment.
WARWICKSHIRE firm Artforum has launched a new range of giftware with help from a scheme supporting small businesses in the Midlands.
CPSC alleged that E& B Giftware failed to report the information to the Commission in a timely and thorough manner, as required by the Consumer Product Safety Act.
Why not tickle their impulses and your bottom line by carrying and displaying unique giftware and stationary items?
This Key Note Market Update examines the giftware market in the UK, with an emphasis on the following sectors: toys and games, jewellery, ceramics, glassware, and small leather goods.