Las Vegas Market has revealed that Color Class, Pattern Primer, Remote Control and Summertime are the themes for the 2021 Winter Market First Look trends program, scheduled to be held January 24 to 28.
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International Market Centers has declared that the 2021 Winter Las Vegas Market is primed to offer retailers a platform to refresh inventories with new and best-selling products while providing suppliers the chance to meet new and returning buyers.
International Market Centers (IMC) will launch a new eight-episode video series this week, that summarizes style, product and consumer trends revealed at and driven by summer 2020 gift, home décor and furniture markets.
The Summer Las Vegas Market, in its showroom-only format with virtual events, presented more than 1,300 resources to predominately regional buyers sourcing new products for design projects, replenishing needed merchandise and preparing for fourth quarter needs, according to International Market Centers.
Bob Maricich has a long history in the furnishings business including a stint as president and CEO of Century Furniture. Prior to that, he was president of American Drew and American of Martinsville after holding senior positions at companies such as Flexsteel and Texaco. He took over Internationals Market Centers leadership in 2008.
The furnishings markets operated by International Market Centers— Atlanta Market, IMC High Point Market and Las Vegas Market— will together present a webinar exploring 2021 interior design trends as part of their virtual education offerings.
Las Vegas Market’s signature Ahead of the Curve trend program will run as a CEU-accrediting webinar on August 19.
Beatriz Ball is preparing several new metalware collections for the summer markets in Atlanta, Dallas and Las Vegas.
International Market Centers will present two webinars on August 6 addressing diversity and inclusion issues impacting the gift, home furnishings and apparel industries.
International Market Centers is offering two webinars that explore post-COVID-19 retail strategy as a planning tool for its summer 2020 markets in Atlanta and Las Vegas.
With the coronavirus pandemic still at a serious pitch, International Market Centers said that its August markets in Atlanta and Las Vegas will run as scheduled but will be staged as showroom-only buying opportunities with no trade show component.
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.
The 15th anniversary Summer Las Vegas Market, rescheduled to run August 30 to September 3, will feature the grand opening of The Expo at World Market Center Las Vegas, a 315,000-square-foot exposition facility that will house the market’s gift and home temporaries, in addition to more than 4,300 furniture, home décor and gift resources in 5.4 million square feet.