The royal wedding on Saturday had church bells dinging and cash registers ringing. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle not only boosted the British economy by $1.4 billion, but they’re making a pretty big statement in retailers around the world as well. Markle has inherited what Moneyish calls the “Kate Effect,” which refers to how much […]
ASD Market Week was held July 30 – August 2nd at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Eason Eyewear is a newly developed eyewear manufacturing company based out of New York City. Although the brand was recently created in 2014, Albert Ye, owner of Eason Eyewear, has over thirty years of experience in the eyewear manufacturing business.
Womenswear in Nevada (WWIN), an Urban Expositions trade show, is a one-stop resource for retailers seeking the latest in contemporary, misses, petite, plus and tall designs. For 2017, the show returns to the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas from February 20-23. Buyers can find an unrivaled selection of accessories and a full roster of popular […]
In 2017, fashion will continue to move away from skintight clothing. Since fashion operates like a pendulum, we will see some extremely baggy clothing before style gravitates back towards a median of actually flattering fits.
If we can guarantee one thing that’s coming in the New Year, it is change. After an extraordinary election year, an unprecedented candidate is ready to take office.
Keystone Wholesale Markets is a trade-only event offering retailers exclusively made-in-the-USA products.
Surf Expo continues its tradition of moving and shaking in the Beach and Watersports categories.
Fortune Products brings professional quality battery operated LED products to retailers at an affordable cost. Based out of Lake Stevens, Washington, Fortune Products specializes in designing unique LED items for parties, events, home décor, weddings, and more. Sales manager Greg Hayenga says professional party planners and celebrity wedding planners use their LED décor, furniture, candles, and lighting in their designs.
Souvenir sales make up 30 percent of the total gift market. As evidenced by over $17 billion in annual revenue, the gift industry is constantly growing.