International Market Centers is launching a $33.5 million capital investment in its High Point Market properties, including a dynamic new arrival experience for the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) commerce entrance as well as customer-facing renovations and refurbishments to several of its other downtown High Point properties.
Kroger’s chief housewares merchant, Greg Parsons, told attendees of the IHA Chief Housewares Executive SuperSession (CHESS) that housewares plays an important role in the company’s “Restock Kroger” strategic transformation initiative.
An Instagram Takeover on the International Market Center’s DesignOnHPMkt destination will share favorite new product lines, events and trends identified by 22 designers and tastemakers at the Fall High Point Market.
International Market Centers is buying the 50,542-square-foot showroom building located at 121 North Hamilton Street in downtown High Point.
Forty One Madison will welcome new showrooms, new tastemakers and partner with in-house brands to create unique lobby displays for the upcoming Fall New York Tabletop Market, which is scheduled to be held October 29 to November 1.
Two more e-commerce experts have joined the lineup of retailers who will participate in the one-on-one meetings with suppliers during the upcoming Home Improvement eRetailer Summit, scheduled for November 6-8, 2019, at the Hotel Monaco Chicago in downtown Chicago.
International Market Centers has added 26 more temporary exhibitors to debut at its Suites at Market Square property for the Fall High Point Market.
The High Point Market Authority Partner Pop-Up series for the fall market runs October 19 to 23 in collaboration with industry partners Crypton, Monogram, and Steelyard.
International Market Centers has boosted its furniture and home décor leasing team with a new hire, Dale Schmidlin, now director of home décor leasing; and the promotions of Chris Amos to director of home décor leasing and John Dwiggins to director of furniture leasing.
Costa Nova and Casafina will open a new showroom at Forty One Madison in New York City. The Portugal-based brands will display their tableware collections with an emphasis on the hospitality industry.
Creative Co-Op has increased its showroom at the Dallas Market Center. This expansion will include a 4,000-square foot addition for seasonal products, expanded home décor selection, and a “Creative Commons” buyers lounge all debuting at the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, January 8-14, 2020.