Temporary gift, home décor exhibits top 500 in Las Vegas
May 18, 2017,
LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas Market announced that more than 100 new, returning and renewing companies will swell its steadily-expanding presentation to 500-plus temporary gift and home décor resources and exhibitors in the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market, July 30-Aug. 3.
“Las Vegas Market is experiencing record demand for temporary exhibition space, with more than 100 new exhibitors already confirmed for summer market, as well as record renewal rates from current exhibitors,” said Dorothy Belshaw, president of gift leasing and CMO, International Market Centers.
• Gift, home; Pavilion 1
• BHome; Pavilion 1
• Design; Pavilion 1
• Handmade; Pavilion 1
• Discoveries: Antique Vintage Marketplace; Pavilion 2
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With the continued growth of temporary exhibits, Las Vegas Market is introducing some changes to the exhibit hall layout, including the creation of new “neighborhoods” with subcategories of related products, to facilitate buyer sourcing and shopping.
Gift, the largest temporary category with over 200 exhibitors, will be reorganized into “neighborhood aisles” of like products, such as personal accessories and personal care; stationery and publishing; children’s products; gourmet and tabletop; and seasonal and garden, beginning in summer 2017.
Approximately 100 exhibitors will show in the Home and BHome category, including new-to-market resources 727 Sailbags, ArtAllure, Evelyne Prelonge, Eydel Fine Arts, Filling Spaces, Gatsby Lighting, Gem Décor, Jo & Maddie, Mill Wood Art, Namo Rugs, Nedia Home, Neta Dizayn, New View, Pitkin Stearns International Inc., Samplize LLC and The Model Keepers.
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The Design category will feature more than 25 exhibitors, including first-time Las Vegas Market participants Cookplay USA, Miks Letterpress, Post Studio/Delusions of Grandeur Designs, Soap and Paper Factory, Tatine and Xela Aroma.
The Handmade category will extend its product offerings this summer to add more apparel, jewelry and outdoor décor in particular. Handmade’s 75 exhibitors include new-to-market vendors Abrazo Style, Amano Trading, Applepear Handcrafted Jewelry, Aroara Industries, Broken Top Candle Company, EllaJude, Grandmother's Buttons, Korbata, LUA Company, Lumily and World Treasure Trading.
Discoveries: The Antique Vintage Marketplace in Pavilion 2 will feature more than 120 exhibitors. The area will include four neighborhoods: Antiquities/Antiques, Vintage, Global and Cash & Carry.
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