Las Vegas Market increases temporary exhibitors

Retail Editor 1, December 16, 2013

Las Vegas - Las Vegas Market announced it has attracted a substantial influx of temporary exhibitors for the winter edition of the market.

More than 325 gift, home décor and furniture suppliers, including nearly 90 new-to-market exhibitors, will showcase new products in 105,000 square feet of temporary space in Buildings B and C at the Winter 2014 Las Vegas Market, running January 26-30, 2014, at World Market Center Las Vegas.

The gift and home décor temporary exhibit space in Building C is set to achieve 20% growth over last market's temporary presentation, Dorothy Belshaw, president of Gift & Home Décor, International Market Centers, said in a statement.

To date, temporary exhibits in Building C include 245 companies, including 84 first-time exhibitors and 161 returning exhibitors, in more than 70,000-square-feet of temporary space on three floors, c-ONE, C5 and C11. An additional 40 companies are expected to commit in the weeks leading up to market. Among Building C highlights is the debut of new themed product category presentations, including GALLERY, which spotlights better home textiles resources on C5.

On the second floor of Building B, the 35,000-square foot Home Furnishings Temporary Exhibits are 99% full and expected to be completely sold out for the January 2014 Las Vegas Market. There are more than 80 exhibitors - including upholstery, bedding and accessories suppliers.

Special events in Building C include the launch of the Make It Beautiful Collection by Softline Home Fashions, a licensed collection of decorative fabrics, pillows and ready-made curtains developed by interior designer, author and HGTV television host Monica Pedersen on Monday from 4-6:30pm on C5.

To register for the Winter 2014 Las Vegas Market go to

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