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Steelyard Launches New Designer Lounge at the Las Vegas Market

The lounge at Suite C580 will offer designers professional education classes and opportunities to network and connect with brands.

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Gail Doby
Gail Doby, Chief Visionary Officer, Gail Doby Coaching & Consulting will put on a seminar focused on planning your year for success.

Steelyard asked designers what they need to make the Las Vegas Market a greater success. The top request was more informative designer focused seminars. That was followed by a convenient place for meet-ups, recharging battery spots and of course, more nail polish colors.

Steelyard listened. New for not only designers but manufactures and editors is the first-ever Las Vegas Market Steelyard Designer Lounge, Suite C580. According to Shawn Hughes, Steelyard President/CEO, “The new Designer Lounge will be set up to host seminars and professional education classes for our designers. It will also offer opportunities for designers and brands to connect, places for meet-ups and to recharge technology along with our limited-edition “Desert Rose” nail polish. Our staff will be available to answer questions and show designers how to take advantage of the special tools our digital platform has to offer.”

Monday, Jan. 27, 9-10 a.m.
Steelyard Designer Lounge, Building C, Floor 5, Space C580

Planning Your Year for Professional and Personal Success
Gail Doby, Chief Visionary Officer, Gail Doby Coaching & Consulting will help you plan to make 2020 a success. Doby connect the dots between New Year’s resolutions, personal goals, business goals and actions so that you achieve the success you deserve. Transform your business and personal results by getting clear on what you need to do and why it matters. Get motivated to change your life with new habits and steps you can take to immediately change your results. Develop a specific plan that you can implement easily, and watch your life and business flourish.

Monday, Jan. 27, 12-1 p.m.
Steelyard Designer Lounge, Building C, Floor 5, Space C580

Protecting Your Intellectual Property: What Every Creative Should Know
Join Steelyard for lunch as international furniture design attorney Jack Hicks, partner at Womble Bond Dickinson, shares how you as a designer can manage your intellectual property, what the roles and responsibilities of your client may be, and how you can be a smarter provider of innovative interior, furniture and decor designs. Hicks, a specialist in all aspects of intellectual property, especially in the home furnishings realm, will give tips on how designers can protect their ideas, designs and other intellectual property, especially in the age of open information and social media. Co-sponsored by the International Furnishings & Design Association (IFDA) and the International Society of Furniture Designers (ISFD)

Tuesday, Jan. 28 10-11 a.m.
Steelyard Designer Lounge, Building C, Floor 5, Space C580

Setting yourself up for success with Luxe Interiors + Design
Industry veteran, Blaire Rzempoluch, National Home Furnishings Director for Luxe Magazine, will explain how to find the perfect mix of digital education, business promotion, and peer networking as a Luxe Preferred Partner.

Steelyard and IMC are also hosting the Soft Design Lab Red Carpet Experience on Sunday from 12-1:30 p.m. in the Steelyard Designer Lounge. Open to the Design Tribe designers and let by Deb Barrett and Jackie Von Tobel, attendees to this sold-out event will take part in an in-depth discussion on the topic “Designers Unfiltered: The Good, The Bad, The Unexpected.”

Sunday, Jan. 26 4:30-6 p.m.
Building C, 5th Floor

Wines of the West with the Best of the West
Stop in and see us in our Designer Lounge, C580, during the Best of the West roving 5th floor cocktail party.  Visit with the Best of the West panelists: Rochelle & Chad Broadhead, Catherine & Justine Macfee, Brendan & Jillian Bader, Aly Morford & Leigh Lincoln and Kelli Lamb while sampling some of the best wines from the West Coast regions.

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