By 2011 the company were employing 100 staff and selling 12 million cards a year, Jenkins sold the company for £100 million.
Letter to the Telegraph
On 1 April 2015 Jenkins was one of 103 business leaders who wrote to the Telegraph praising the British Conservative Party's economic policies and claiming a Labour government would 'threaten jobs and deter investment' in the UK.
Recorded by the Electoral Commission:
|Date||Name of donor||Amount||Donated to||Subsidiary (parties only)|
|05/03/2009||Nicholas Jenkins||£2,500.00||Conservative Party||Hammersmith|
|30/06/2009||Nicholas Jenkins||£2,000.00||Conservative Party||Central Party|
|22/03/2011||Nicholas D Jenkins||£20,000.00||No Campaign Limited|
|26/04/2011||Nicholas D Jenkins||£2,000.00||No Campaign Limited|
|30/06/2011||Nicholas D Jenkins||£102,000.00||Conservative Party||Central Party|
|20/09/2011||Nicholas D Jenkins||£10,000.00||Conservative Party||Central Party|
|07/12/2011||Nicholas D Jenkins||£5,000.00||Conservative Party]||Central Party|
|10/02/2012||Nicholas D Jenkins||£10,000.00||Conservative Party||Central party|
|28/11/2012||Nicholas D Jenkins||£25,000.00||Conservative Party||Central Party|
- Nicholas David Jenkins, 'Companies House', Accessed 25-9-2016
- Sara Rizk Moonpig: Nick Jenkins Startups, 13 October 2009, accessed 3 April 2015
- How did they do it Q&A: Nick Jenkins, Moonpig.com, accessed 3 April 2015.
- Peter Dominiczak, 100 business chiefs: Labour threatens Britain's recovery, Telegraph, 3 April 2015.
- Electoral Commission, Donation Search, accessed 9 April 2015