About this Blog

Moving Stationery is an insight into the UK world of stationery and office products with a specific focus on way the industry is engaging with new media. 

Established by Jane Rowe, Marketing & Merchandising Director for Spicers Ltd, the purpose of this blog is to enable open discussion about the future of the industry and, in particular, the impact that new media will have on the development of both the selling and marketing of stationery products in the future.

Prior to joining Spicers in November 2008, Jane spent 4 years as Marketing Director for Hamelin Paperbrands (previously John Dickinson Stationery). Before this Jane worked in a variety of marketing roles in companies such as The Automobile Association (The AA), John West Foods Ltd, Peaudouce (UK) Ltd and Britax Consumer Products Ltd.

This blog is a reflection of Jane’s personal views about the Office Products Market and stationery industry, and does not necessarily reflect the views of her employer.

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. David Carter  |  August 2, 2008 at 2:36 pm

    Nice to see you are embracing technology and the online world. I look forward to reading your future posts.
    David

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  • 2. Debi Arnold  |  September 1, 2008 at 9:17 am

    I am loving this whole blog thing for our industry. And I am particularly looking forward to collaborating with you in the lead up to National Office Week 2009 when our PR campaign forks off onto two paths. The Gorgeous Office aspect highlighting the innovation, preferences, colours and fun aspect of Office Management and the National Office Week thread that delivers meaningful grown up industry messages to the nation.

    Congratulations on a great start and heres to many years of happy blogging.
    Debi

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