“The conception of Jaks Trading is very quaint,” says Scott Stahl co-founder of Jaks Trading.
SJT Enterprises, a 32-year consumer products company, now produces stone coasters with your location on them.
From the shores of Malibu to the snow-capped mountaintops of the Rockies and every destination in between, the latest souvenir trends are all featured at the International Gift Expo in the Smokies® (IGES)
My Audio Pet creator, KJ, is a musician at heart. KJ believes in the power of music to inspire, encourage, comfort and bring joy. He was looking for a way to help make music more accessible and fun.
Bug Off Screen is a frameless screen curtain alternative that easily installs in a doorframe in as little as five minutes – and without the need for tools.
Founded back in 2001 by Jerry Meyer and Susan Mills, the International Gift Expo in the Smokies (IGES), now owned and managed by Emerald Expositions, is an annual gift show held in the scenic Smoky Mountains of Pigeon Forge and Sevierville, TN.
“They are the hottest toy I’ve seen in my 26 years of business,” says Jerry Phlippeau of Flipo Group, a wholesaler and retailer who specializes in innovative product sourcing and development.
With 2017 in full swing, we already have a feel for what new consumer trends are emerging, which ones are enduring from last year, and what has fizzled out.
Loose-neck animals are tiny, handcrafted novelty items made out of limoncillo pits. Ross Freitas has imported these fun critters from Mexico for twenty years.
The summer season means vacations, traveling, and family outings. For retailers, a shift in consumers means a shift in sales strategy.