MOO gets out and about

4th June 2009 by Alicia

To usher in the sunny month of June, MOO is going to be venturing out of the office, hitting the road and attending some events in the hope of meeting lovely customers; new and old.

We’d love you to drop by to one or all of these events. 1. Because we’d love to meet you and say hi and 2. Because these events look pretty interesting and may well give you some great new ideas, contacts, inspiration and information about your industry.

Event: London Graduate Fashion Week
Location: London, UK
Dates: June 7th – 11th
Ideal for: Fashion designers, fashionistas, designers, agencies, students

Event: PDN Photographers’ Virtual Trade Show
Location: The Internet!
Dates: June 11th and then on demand until August
Ideal for: Professional and ‘advanced amateur’ photographers.

Event: Digital Photo & Imaging (DPI)
Location: London, UK
Booth: 220
Dates: June 18th – 19th
Ideal for: Professional and ‘advanced amateur’ photographers.

Event: HOW Design Conference
Location: Austin, Texas
Dates: June 24th – 27th
Ideal for: Graphic designers

More Information…

London Graduate Fashion Week

Running from Sunday June 7 to Thursday June 11, the event will feature over 50 of the top fashion and textile universities in the UK and overseas, and includes a static exhibition and two theatres hosting 20 shows over the four days. The event culminates in the glamorous Gala Fashion Shows and Awards on Wednesday June 10th.

MOO is Fashion Careers Clinic’s guest from June 7th to June 11th with a position at their table. Some of MOO Crew will be there during the week. Come to stand E104 of this independent careers advice service specifically for fashion, to chat about our products and see how fashion designs look on our cards.


The PDN Photographers’ Virtual Trade Show lives online, enabling busy photographers to attend a trade show from the comfort of their own studios.

Meet online with manufacturers and photographers, ask questions and get the answers you need to make informed decisions about the newest trends and equipment in professional photography.


The DPI Show has been designed to be the knowledge centre for professional photographers and agencies active in advertising, fashion, photojournalism, sports/action, portraiture, wedding and lifestyle photography.

The DPI show will include industry leaders in the photographic market such as Hasselblad, Nikon, Adobe, Broncolor, Apple Solutions Experts, HP, Moo and many more…

The show will feature the hugely successful BJP Insight series which includes seminars from Lisa Pritchard, Nadav Kander, Brian Griffin and David Alan Harvey, Including a live debate on both days.

Sit in on seminars with the renowned retouch and workflow specialist, Guy Gowan. Guy is valued for his unique vision as both an independent and appointed (Apple, Adobe, Wacom) consultant.  Also Keep up to date with the latest Technology, tips and tricks of the trade from the Professionals! With seminars from OnOne, Nikon, Apple, Adobe, and HP.


The HOW Design Conference is sponsored by HOW magazine, the creative and business resource for graphic designers.

Like HOW magazine, the HOW Design Conference recognizes that graphic design is a business as well as an art. This annual event was launched in 1991 with the goal of providing a hands-on, educational program to enable designers to better balance the three key components of graphic design: creativity, business and technology. Conference sessions cover a mix of these three critical design issues, with particular emphasis on creative and business topics.

We hope to see you somewhere along our route!

Comments (1)

  1. Deborah Waddell:

    Moo’s tag line is “We love to print.” From my personal experience, that’s not quite true. What it IS, is humility. What they must really love is satisfying their customers with the absolute best business cards I’ve ever seen. The quality is unbelievable and I got them within days, not weeks of my order. MOO, I want you to know that I am recommending you to everyone I know and if you have people who don’t believe this is a REAL comment, you have my permission to give them my email. As a portrait photographer who uses their products for business cards, the quality of those cards absolutely MUST exceed standards for the average company card. Thank you so much! Deborah Waddell, Portrait Photographer, Alabama, USA

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