Drop, a smart kitchen platform, has added Cynthia West as vp/global sales. West joins the team from her home base in southern California.
Thermomix has expanded its smart kitchen capabilities with the launch of its new shoppable recipes feature on Cookidoo, the kitchen appliance’s integrated recipe and meal planning ecosystem that boasts over 50,000-plus guided recipes.
DeLonghi America has added a new MultiQuick hand blender under the Braun Household branded kitchen appliance assortment.
Get It Right (GIR) is now shipping its Meridian set of round stretch covers. The covers are designed to fit a variety of vessels for keeping foods fresher longer.
Meyer Corp. and Ayesha Curry, who currently has a lifestyle collection with the company, will be donating more than 6,500 Ayesha-branded 10-inch skillets to Ayesha and Stephen Curry’s Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation.
Corelle Brands has launched a limited edition Disney-licensed collection of Pyrex glass food storage featuring Mickey Mouse.
Iittala has tapped into the hues of autumn for its latest dinnerware offerings, launching this fall.
Corkcicle has appointed Chris McDonough as its new chief executive officer. Ben Hewitt, Corkcicle’s co-founder, has stepped down from his role as CEO and will maintain his role as chairman of the board of directors.
Springboard Futures, a style and consumer trend services firm founded by industry veteran Tom Mirabile, will host its “Black Influence and Inclusion in the Home Industry” webinar on Tuesday, June 30 at 1 p.m. EST.
Perigold, a Wayfair site for luxury home furnishings and decor, has brought in almost 100 new designer home brands to its selection, including Visual Comfort, Bernhardt Design, Simon Pearce, Farmhouse Pottery and House of Rohl.
The home and small office furniture segment is going through a metamorphosis of sorts, one that has been accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. but that has its roots in consumer lifestyle transitions and professional workstyle transformations that have been progressing for a generation.
The merger of Bestar and Bush Industries occurred in time for the combined enterprise to address a market aligning with its core competencies, including e-commerce and product development, and ready to tap key product categories, including the home office furniture segment, such that the company anticipates adding 30 to 40 employees to its workforce in the coming weeks, said Mark Weppner, svp/marketing, design and engineering for the company.
Petal, a high-tech consumer goods company, is launching its namesake waste disposal bin. The Petal trash bin is said to be the first zero-odor, germ-freezing waste bin.
The new Hy-Genie No Touch Hand Tool from Mark Feldstein & Associates allows users to keep their hands safe from coming into direct contact with pathogens found on surfaces including those on store checkouts, ATMs, touch screens and gas pumps.
Casabella, a division of Bradshaw Home, is launching its new Infuse concentrated cleaning system.
In a move to deal with market disruptions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, Dallas Market Center will hold the Dallas Lighting Expo from August 19 to 21.
International Market Centers (IMC) has received a temporary certificate of occupancy for the Expo at World Market Center Las Vegas. The new 315,000-square-foot trade show facility in downtown Las Vegas is slated to open on August 30 and will house the temporary gift and home exhibits for IMC’s summer Las Vegas Market.
Atlanta Market has unveiled a seven-week schedule of virtual programming leading up to the summer market, which is scheduled to be held August 13 to 18 at AmericasMart.
Retail sales this year will come up short of 2019 totals, but e-commerce sales will take a bigger than expected leap, according to research from eMarketer.
Sally Beauty has provided an interim update on the impact of COVID-19 on its business operations as well as actions taken by the company in response, along with the release of preliminary fiscal third quarter unaudited financial details including e-commerce sales increases.
Crate & Barrel said that after six successful years with the Otto Group— first as a member of the executive board of the Otto Group responsible for retail and later as CEO of Crate & Barrel Holdings— Neela Montgomery has decided to leave the company on August 1 to pursue new opportunities.