Carousel Calendars On Trend for 2018
The new 2018 dated range from Carousel Calendars promises to once again combine their extensive array of popular generics with licenses from the top brands in the UK, as well as introducing some exciting trends and formats for a fresh, new year.
Animal calendars are a favourite pick for customers, and Carousel Calendars have expanded their range to include some new, “on trend” additions, these being a mini calendar featuring adorable sloths and a wall dedicated to the humorous antics of llamas.
New Products from Carousel Calendars
Another new product designed for 2018 that is especially ál la mode is the Emoji wall calendar, a colourful and very fun item that is packed with everyone’s favourite emoticons.
Carousel Calendars are constantly looking to introduce designs and formats every year to their collection, to keep it fresh, interesting and up-to-date. 2018 will see the addition of two new formats: the mini box, which is smaller, more convenient and has a lower price point than the larger box calendars; and the 2-year pocket planners, designed to slip into pockets like a slim diary, but sporting a small month-to-view grid inside that covers two years.
On Trend Titles
In terms of bestsellers, the Mum’s Fabric collection continues to perform so well that new formats have been continually added and all have a fresh design for 2018. The diary range from Carousel Calendars, which includes deluxe, A5, slim, midi and square formats, have new and attractive covers for 2018 that feature fashionable designs, such floral, unicorns, owls and, once again, the ever-popular sloth.
Tim Milstead, Calendar Publishing Manager for Carousel Calendars, says: “We have a wide range of product and it’s important to target key areas for update each year, whether it be adding hot new titles such as Emoji or updating the designs on an already successful license such as RBG Kew. We monitor the constantly evolving buying habits of our diverse customer base as well as design trends to keep our range relevant and fresh.”