HomeWorld’s annual Made in the U.S.A. edition (July 9, 2018) marks the 10th year we’ve dedicated an entire issue to an American housewares manufacturing renaissance.
You can’t read through an issue of HomeWorld Business without encountering references to health and wellness.
The retail housewares year is played in halves, like college basketball games.
HomeWorld’s annual Retailer of the Year selection (see the May 28 issue) typically prioritizes significant housewares development as a top consideration.
Let me start by admitting I’m party to the proliferation of certain buzzwords dominating retailing talk these days.
The National Hardware Show hits Las Vegas May 8 riding a robust home improvement market validated by the strong performance by key retailers in the segment.
Putting political leanings aside, there’s probably more than a few housewares suppliers finding pleasure in the President’s recent Twitter rampage against Amazon.
The ability to find truly exceptional products in what can seem like a sea of options is what historically has separated truly exceptional merchants.
It might surprise you that news services historically have kept files of pre-written obituaries for famous people that need only be topped off when that inevitable day arrives.
We live and work in an era of great division. It seems harder than ever to get people to come together with so much societal, political or even competitive tension pulling them apart.
Day two (March 11) of the 2018 International Home + Housewares Show should see a busy slate of exhibitor and buyer meetings.
The 2018 International Home + Housewares Shows arrives at what by many measures should be an encouraging time for the home and housewares business.
I was honored to preside over the presentation of the 2018 Housewares Design Awards during the recent Winter Las Vegas Market.
Welcome to the age of disruption.
Sustainability just took on a new meaning for 2018.
The announcement last month that Overstock.com wants to sell its retail business should surprise few.
Another year is almost in the books, and, oh, what a year it was.
Need a feel-good story about brick-and-mortar housewares retailing as we head into the heart of the holiday shopping season?
The holiday retail predictions are in.
David Houle is a futurist, which means it’s his job to look forward, not backward. He doesn’t have to deal…