The January 27 to 31, 2019, Winter Las Vegas Market will offer a range of educational and other industry-relevant programming, including the 14th annual Las Vegas Market Design Icon Award, the 2019 Housewares Design Awards, the First Look trend presentation and seminar, and Best of the West, which spotlights some of the best designers on the West Coast, according to show host International Market Centers.
The Dallas Market Center has unveiled a new branding campaign, debuting a new logo and magazine as part of the initiative. Both elements are part of a comprehensive, multi-stage strategy to lead with purpose in the new era of wholesale buying, according to the market.
The Dallas Market Center is putting an emphasis on a complete market experience at the upcoming Dallas Total Home & Gift Market with new events, showrooms and other enhancements. The market is scheduled to take place from January 16 to 22, 2019.
AmericasMart has updated its Holiday & Floral/Home Décor collection in preparation for the upcoming Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market. The market is scheduled to be held January 8 to 15.
Forty One Madison has set its New York Tabletop Market dates, through 2025, which includes a shift for the upcoming Fall 2019 market.
The Dallas Market Center has named Kelly Bristol to the post of vp/trade show business development.
Mastrad’s Meat It Smart Cooking Thermometer has been named a CES 2019 Innovation Award honoree in the smart home product category. CES 2019 is scheduled to be held January 8 to 11, 2019, in Las Vegas.
The High Point Market Authority has appointed a new chairman and new members to its board of directors for 2019.
Buyers, exhibitors and other attendees will have several opportunities to network on and off the show floor during the 2019 International Home + Housewares Show, which will be held March 2 to 5 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.
Brian Fricano, founder and CEO of online B2B retailer Sustainable Supply, during the upcoming Home Improvement eRetailer Summit, will address implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling freeing states and local governments to collect sales taxes from online retailers.