Gibsons aims for International market

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With an increasing number of overseas customers, the company feels it is an ideal time to formalise its presence in the International market.

Michael Gibson, managing director commented: ‘We have witnessed a growing interest in our products from Europe and beyond and it is our expanding puzzle range that is behind it.

“Our company has always been seen as very British, and this has actually been to our advantage as our traditional puzzles have proved very popular. As our core range continues to diversify and strengthen, it is the ideal time to explore other markets.’

The firm will primarily be looking for distributors for their range of games and puzzles of which there will be over 50 new titles released in 2009.


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