In line with the required closure of Nevada casinos and non-essential businesses, International Market Centers is closing the Las Vegas World Market Center and Las Vegas Design Center to the public for 30 days.
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International Market Centers, which manages both The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market and Las Vegas Market, have announced market dates through 2023.
International Market Centers along with local officials including mayor Carolyn Goodman, broke ground on The Expo at World Market Center Las Vegas, IMC’s 315,000-square-foot exhibition facility slated to open in summer 2020.
Bush Industries prepared to celebrate its 60th anniversary at the Winter Las Vegas Market by planning a party on Monday, January 28, 3 to 5 p.m., but it set an ambitious new product launch program, too.
To enhance visitor experience and increase buyer participation, International Market Centers said it will launch a three-year, $280 million investment in new initiatives to enhance its market participation in Atlanta, High Point and Las Vegas.
Buyers from the U.S. and around the globe attending the summer Las Vegas Market had 54 new permanent showrooms, several major expansions, nearly 150 new-to-market exhibitors and numerous show-only specials to engage them with product introductions, trending designs and West Coast exclusives, said show host International Market Centers.
Creative Co-Op is more than doubling its showroom space and introducing a new “Creative Commons” lounge at the winter Las Vegas Market, January 27 to 31, 2019.
Las Vegas Market and ASD Market Week will continue their “Two for Tuesday” program as a buyer benefit for attendees of each event.
Growing its gourmet resources, the Las Vegas Market is bringing in more than 750 gourmet housewares, tabletop and specialty food resources to permanent showrooms and temporary exhibition space during the summer market, which is set to take place July 29 to August 2.
International Market Centers has formed a partnership with the city of Las Vegas that will result in the construction of a 350,000-square-foot Expo Center on the IMC-operated World Market Center campus which will provide temporary space for the established twice-yearly furniture, gift and home decor show as well as the basis of, potentially, new permanent showroom space.