SINGAPORE - Media
OutReach - 21 May 2019 - Collins celebrates a bicentennial of diary making with
its 200th Anniversary this year. A brand steeped in Scottish heritage,
Collins has a rich history dating back two hundred years from its humble
beginnings in 1819 when founder William Collins set up his first printing press
in the Candleriggs street of Glasgow, Scotland. Collins has since grown over
the centuries to become the preferred stationery and lifestyle brand, touching
lives across the globe with quality stationery that is a conduit for
self-expression, authenticity and what flows from within.
Throughout the years, Collins has relentlessly pushed
the boundaries of design and innovation by continually evolving and exploring
new and innovative ways to meet consumers' needs. As a passionate stationery
maker renowned for its quality, Collins not only creates fundamental tools,
from diaries to notebooks, journals and other stationery, it also offers them in
a wide variety of cover material, design and layout to cater to all lifestyle
Commenting on the milestone, Ms Connie Chan, Executive
Chairlady and Chief Executive Officer said:
"Looking back on our first 200 years, our passion has
never wavered and we've been steadfast in creating quality stationery for
authentic self-expressions. We have designed numerous organizational tools that
improve the daily lives of our customers, and encourage them to let their
creativity flow. As we write a new chapter for the next two centuries, we'll
continue to evolve to suit consumers' preferences and attitudes while always
staying true to our Scottish roots.
Be it a diary, notebook or desk planner, every Collins
product inspires self-expression and is delightfully pragmatic. After all, Collins
is the conduit of what flows from within."
As a global stationery and lifestyle brand, Collins has
presence across the world, in UK, Australia, Singapore, Japan and more. The
brand aims to introduce its quality stationeries and lifestyle products to more
consumers and expand further in Asia, Europe and Australia.
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