Summer is upon us and vacationers of all stripes will be on the lookout for a good deal on luggage- and that’s where E-Z Luggage can save the day for retailers.
June 2016 Issue
Larry Harris and Richard Lisner of Rosehill Enterprises, owners and promoters of the St. Louis and Louisville Gift Shows, have announced they are transitioning ownership and management of the long-running shows to Cindy and Karl Kuhn of Chicago, IL.
“Red Carpet Studios is a leader in the field of gift and garden décor,” says Stephanie Flannery, National Sales Manager for Red Carpet Studios.
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The Merchandise Center, or TMC, is a collection of professional showrooms located half a mile away from the Chicago O’Hare International Airport. TMC hosts seven trade show events every year, each show lasting three days.
Summer is one of the best times for retail businesses to get new customers. Millions of people are out on vacation, which means there are more opportunities for spending than on regular working days.
Parker Trade Shows are boutique cash and carry events that focus on providing a variety of quality products to retail buyers, with a particular focus on their local area.
“Our show is specific,” says Midwest Market Days tradeshow manager Joanna Kastle. “Our buyers come to see familiar vendors to get great prices and replenish merchandise.”
Customer experience or “CX” is not just a buzzword. It’s an approach that can win new customers, slash churn, and turn customers into evangelists. If your company isn’t utilizing the customer experience perspective, you’re leaving profits on the table.
Almost all trade shows list exhibiting vendors on their websites. Depending on the size of the show, you can sort these lists by what types of merchandise they offer or whether they are a new or returning vendor.