Industry, market and people news in the home furnishings industry
The virtual conference from July 21-23, 2020 will feature more than 60 hours of accredited courses.
Twelve professional and student finalists have been recognized with Best of Show and category awards.
The company has donated 500 desks for students and teachers to use in their homes for remote learning.
Today's live COVID-19 webinar features two retailers who are proving how profitable a transaction website can be in these times.
Responding to coronavirus concerns and to control capacity at the Oct. 13-21 show, the Market Authority will ask attendees to select one of three 3-day periods during the 9-day market as their primary attendance dates.
Christopher Kennedy’s stylish slice of Palm Springs can now be delivered to homes throughout the U.S.
The conference will be rescheduled to a date in 2021.
The committee will list job openings and host programs on job searching and networking.
The four trends, “Scandi-Wear,” “Tannery,” “Green Envy” and “Easy Does It,” present earthier palettes with spicy tones, energetic greens and mixed colorways.
The 6,000 square foot center has opened, debuting interiors by veteran designers Stephanie James and Patti Allen.
The free webinars and Instagram Live event are scheduled for May and June.
Fourteen winners are celebrated despite the cancellation of the 2020 trade show and conference.
National Retail Federation Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz says this is a reflection of the economy on lockdown.
The 2020 edition of AIDS Walk New York will take place virtually on Sunday, June 7.
The company's program includes product, a supported e-commerce platform and drop-ship services.
The company has promoted Amy McGuire to the role of National Commercial Sales Manager and hired Jacqueline Matusek as A&D Sales Specialist.
The company is making its debut in the tablet and power source seating category.