Surtex seminars to focus on licensing, business and trends

White Plains, N.Y. – The Surtex show running May 21 to 23 at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center will also include nine educational sessions as well as "A Conversation with Mary Engelbreit" breakfast and a sunset cruise.

The programs will be grouped into three tracks: licensing, business strategies and trends. Each track features sessions for beginners as well as seasoned industry veterans. The trends series will include a look at The Future of Fabric on May 21 as well as Lifestyle Trends for Spring/Summer 2007.

This year’s Surtex show is expected to draw 370 exhibitors offering two-dimensional art and design for sale and/or license for product application. The event, which draws about 6,000 visitors, is held concurrently with three other George Little Management-managed events: The International Contemporary Furniture Fair, The National Stationery Show and The Supply Side, a business-to-business event featuring resources for the social stationery, giftware and graphic arts industries.

For information, call (914) 421-3216, email rita_malek@glmshows.com or visit www.surtex.com.

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