Pavilion's turnover drops £2m following colouring books 'blip'

Pavilion's turnover drops £2m following colouring books 'blip'

Pavilion Books’ turnover fell by £2m last year due to the waning of the colouring books trend, accounts recently filed at Companies House have revealed. However owner and publisher Polly Powell remains upbeat, ahead of new US distribution plans hoped to "dramatically" increase  sales.

The Companies House results for the illustrated books and digital content publisher for the year ending 28th February 2018 were “in line with directors’ expectations” but this was “largely due to the fall in popularity in colouring books throughout the world,” the report said.

As well as turnover falling by ...

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