Hum Flowerpots unveils fresh new designs at Glee and Spoga Gafa

by | Aug 5, 2016 | News, Products | 0 comments

Exhibiting at Glee for the second time, and Spoga Gafa for the first – Hum is back with a new collection of patterns, plus an attractive product display stand for retailers.

The new Hum Flowerpot patterns are inspired by Japanese and botanical prints, and make a fresh new addition to the range. New Spring and Christmas designs are also being unveiled at the shows for pre-ordering.

The company is going from strength to strength, and is launching an exclusive collection in the USA and Canada, through a distribution and retail partner. Bespoke pots are also a growing area of the business, whereby a customer’s own artwork can be applied to the pots, on high volume orders.

Hum pots have been getting excellent reviews from consumers, with particular praise for the beautiful patterns, high quality and vibrant colours.??They are designed and made in Britain, out of polypropylene, and are manufactured with UV inhibitors to prevent fading. Durable and multi-purpose, they can also be used in a variety of ways from ice buckets to storage containers. They have a 5L capacity and are 22cm tall by 22.5cm wide at the rim.

Come and see Hum Flowerpots at Glee 2016 (Hall 20 R57), and Spoga+Gafa (Hall 9, stand D36) or contact us www.hum-partnership.com

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