Global Home Show Set For Fall NY Market

Retail Editor 2, May 19, 2011

New York - The Global Home Show, sponsored by Home Textiles Today and created as a destination for international companies looking to exhibit at the New York Home Fashions market, has opened for exhibitor registration.
The show, previously known as the Global Interiors Home Collection Show, continues to expand and this past March, it included exhibition space in both 295 Fifth Avenue and 7 West 34th Street. The name is being changed with this fall's event to better reflect the exhibitor line-up.
This September, the show, scheduled for Sept. 18 to 22, will again feature exhibition space at both market buildings.
"We're expecting an exciting array of companies from around the world and across the U.S.," said Joe Carena, show manager. "It's going to include existing suppliers as well as new companies looking to enter the U.S. marketplace."
The show was created by Home Textiles Today in 2010 as a vehicle for home textiles suppliers without permanent showrooms in New York. It is held concurrent with the New York Home Fashions Market Week.
Information and further details are available from Carena at or through Home Textiles Today.

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