Cotton Bird is a stationery design and printing workshop founded in 2011. The 100% made in France brand offers high-end customizable stationery to enhance the happy events of life (weddings, births, birthdays...). It also embellishes the daily life of its customers with its decorative creations for home and children.
Present on four European markets (France, Germany, Spain, Netherlands), Cotton Bird currently employs nearly one hundred people.
Cotton Bird est un atelier de création et d’impression de papeterie né en 2011. La marque 100 % made in France propose une papeterie haut de gamme personnalisable pour sublimer les heureux événements de la vie (mariage, naissance, anniversaire…). Elle embellit également le quotidien de ses clients avec ses créations déco pour la maison et les enfants.
Présent sur quatre marchés européens (France, Allemagne, Espagne, Pays-Bas), Cotton Bird rassemble aujourd’hui près de cent collaborateurs.
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