21 APRIL 2020
The Stationers' Company has many friends in Trade Associatons. Liveryman Tim Webb reached out to them and we shall be providing access to their responses here. Click the logo to find the details.
The image shows the CEOs of those Trade Associations who attended the TA Winter Event in happier times!
20 APRIL 2020
From 20-26 April is National Stationery Week
17 APRIL 2020
Corporate Member, Ricoh, is, through its Ricoh 3D division, producing 40,000 face shields per week for NHS workers, designed to improve comfort and offer a re-usable solution as they tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
15 APRIL 2020
Liverymen James Duckenfield and Craig Horwood, Group CEO and MD respectively of the Hobs Group, together with their staff assist the NHS with the provision of equipment using their 3D printing facilities.
7 APRIL 2020
Further to our item uploaded on 10 March, Court Assistant Martin Woodhead brings to our attention the snippet below about disruption to printing in the time of the plague.
30 MARCH 2020
Liveryman Terry Mansfield CBE died on 28 March. The Stationers' Company will miss him greatly.
26 MARCH 2020
At the Court meeting on 24 March Dr David Pearson was appointed Honorary Librarian and will work closely with Dr Ruth Frendo, our Archivist, and the Library and Archive Committee.
25 MARCH 2020
Liveryman Chris Andrews runs Chris Andrews Publications and is offering a 20% discount on mail order items from his website.
24 MARCH 2020
Important news from Liveryman Robert McClements about the postponement of the Visual Media Conference 2020 to 8 September 2020
20 MARCH 2020
On the Members' Notice Board there is news of a very special offer from Fortnum and Mason's Concierge for members of City Livery Companies and Guilds.
13 MARCH 2020
In recent years, the Stationers’ Company has initiated an annual Apprentice event. The objective is to raise awareness of apprenticeship opportunities and to link young people from across greater London with potential employers.
10 MARCH 2020
Coronavirus is not the first instance of an infection having an impact on life at Stationers' Hall! Read the Deputy Clerk's Message about current policy then see how the Court reacted back in 1625!