Hoover Rolls Out Cordless Pet, HEPA Vacuums

TTI Floorcare has added two Hoover cordless vacuums: the Hoover ONEPWR Evolve Pet Cordless Upright Vacuum and the ONEPWR HEPA+ Cordless Upright Vacuum. The new vacuums are said to combine the cleaning power of a full-size upright vacuum with a lightweight cordless design.

Wolf Gourmet Highlights Multi-Function Cooker

Wolf Gourmet is putting the spotlight on its new multi-function cooker. The cooker is designed with six cooking settings and also allows for cooking two dishes at different temperatures at the same time.

Coravin Launches Holiday Social Media Campaign

Coravin has launched “Pass the Coravin,” a new holiday social media campaign.

Core Home Acquires W+W & Wild And Woofy Gift, Pet Brands

Core Home has acquired UK-based gift and pet brands, W+W and Wild and Woofy, subsidiaries of design-led lifestyle conglomerate Wild+Wolf.

Bobber Enters Beverageware Market

Bobber, a new manufacturer of vacuum-insulated drinkware, will debut its Tumbler, Flask and Jerrycan next month. The company said the new drinkware was created for on-the-go consumers that want simple, functional solutions.

Zak Designs Releases Mighty Mug Jr. Tumblers

Zak Designs aims to help parents and kids avoid spills and add a little color to their day with the launch of licensed Mighty Mug Jr. tumblers. 

Perigold Expands Home Brands Assortment

Perigold, a Wayfair-owned luxury home furnishings and decor digital brand, has introduced 22 additional home brands including DXV, Red from The House of Scalamandré, Mackenzie-Childs, New Moon and Pigeon & Poodle.

Z-Line Files Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

On November 5, Z-Line Designs filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California.

Walker Edison Holds Women’s Leadership Summit

In a first for the company, Walker Edison held its first-ever Women of Walker Edison Leadership Summit on October 28.

Trolley Bags Expands Shopping Cart Organization Lineup

Trolley Bags has expanded its organization lineup with the Style Series of shopping cart organizers, featuring Trolley Bags Midi, a new size for the company.

Brabantia Rolls Out Holiday Kitchen Products

Brabantia is rolling out a range of new products for the holiday shopping season including food storage and waste containers. The company is also coming out with a variety of food prep items in time for holiday cooking.

Gift Of Life Receives Matching Grant From DIFFA

Through a generous matching grant from the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS, every donation to Gift for Life’s Text-to Give campaign will be doubled through December 31.

Atlanta Market Refines Gift Collection For Winter 2021

Atlanta Market continues to refine and remerchandise its gift collection in the lead up to its Winter 2021 staging, scheduled to be held January 12 to 19. The market announced three new showrooms and 27 expanded and relocated showrooms opening since its last winter event.

New High Point Off-Market Events Debuting

With coronavirus-related shifts prompting buyers and vendors to consider new ways of doing business, opportunities for exhibitors to connect with retail customers via their High Point showrooms have emerged, according to the High Point Market Authority. For about 100 exhibitors, adaptive strategies include finding fresh ways to use their spaces at the venue to connect with buyers during off-market periods.

Walmart Adds New Gift Shopping Features

This holiday season, Walmart has added new features to make online shopping easier for gift givers, the company announced, including new categories in the Gift Finder tool, new ways to inform customers which items can be sent as a gift and a new eGift Card feature in the Walmart app.

Bed Bath & Beyond Study: Shoppers Set To Shake Up Holidays

A new study from Bed Bath & Beyond dubbed “Enjoy the Present” suggests that consumers in the United States are ready to try new ways of celebrating the holidays.

Discover: Pandemic Impacts Holiday Shopping Plans

According to Discover’s annual Holiday Shopping survey, the number of consumers who plan to curb spending almost doubled in one year, from 18% in 2019 to 35% in 2020, yet that doesn’t necessarily mean slashed gift budgets.