Explore new accessories and more at P&P LIVE!

| 08/03/2022

Accessories are a key component in the decoration market. Whether it’s a hat or a bag, or even a cuddly toy, these additional product lines provide an important revenue stream for garment decorators.

At Printwear & Promotion LIVE! you’ll find nestled among the plentiful displays of new printwear styles, an abundance of promotional items to inspire you to grow your business.

With more than 100 new products in its collection for 2022, Stamina is a must-see at P&P LIVE! 2022. A highlight of the collection is the GREEN IDEAS line which features a wide variety of ecological products including; wireless headphones, organic cotton bags and recyclable and degradable paper notebooks.

Also taking a sustainable approach in 2022, the Mumbles PrintMe range has expanded to include an Eco Polar Bear. Made with 100% recycled polyester plush, each bear saves five post-consumer PET bottles from landfill. The Zippie range has also expanded to include a sloth, a koala bear, a kangaroo and a lamb.

United Brands of Scandinavia has added four new bags into its Bag Store collection. These include the sustainable RPET and Juco bag. Other bag suppliers at the exhibition will include Quadra, BagBase and Westford Mill on the Beechfield Brands stand, Neutral and SOL’s.

If it’s headwear you’re after then you must visit Product Zone to find out more about the company’s supply of stock and bespoke headwear. The experts on stand will be able to talk through all of the different options available. Other headwear suppliers at P&P LIVE! will include Beechfield Headwear and Result Headwear.

And finally, a product which you may not have ever considered is a promotional towel. Bursali Towels will be launching at the exhibition its new and improved range of blank towels perfect for sublimation printing. While Towel City will be introducing the TC810 Adults Poncho, TL811 Kids Poncho and TC933 Hair Wrap.

All of these products and more can be discovered at P&P LIVE! in April.

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