Moonpig issues call for publishers and design talent in bid to support creative industry

As the company celebrates the 20th anniversary of its foundation

Moonpig, an online card, gifting and flowers retailer has launched the largest on-boarding program in the company’s history to support the creative industry that was hit hard by the pandemic. The company issued a call for established publishers, as well as any creative talent who are passionate about greeting cards and eager to develop different ranges for sale on the industry-leader’s website.

During the initial phase till October, Moonpig will look to triple the number of publishers they work with, focusing on design led, humour and topical ranges to extend its existing 12,000+ catalogue. The aim is to bolster the already impressive card offering with non-personalised and relevant (topical & trending) cards, while using this opportunity to make its range even more representative and continue to offer the best choice for its customers.

“The creative industry has been hit hard by the pandemic this year and we wanted to support young, talented people by offering them the opportunity to get their designs to market in a quick and effective way,”said Sarah-Jane Porter, Head of Cards at Moonpig. “This is a brilliant chance for them to get their designs in front of millions of people and build a successful brand for themselves.” 

The program is already a huge success with a number of independent designers and established publishers signed up.

Over the past 20 years, Moonpig has worked with a number of publishers who continue to remain an important part of the company’s offering, but this program will ensure continued design innovation, unprecedented choice for customers while cementing the company’s position as the leader in online greeting cards.

The team at Moonpig encourages anyone eager to cooperate to get in touch on

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