Products showcased across 6 categories: upholstery, bed, bathroom, table, window and floor
Show highlights include home trend and sustainability-focused seminars organizing by Lenzing Innovation
Returning to the New York City for its 7th edition, Home Textiles Sourcing Expo welcomed exhibitors and buyers to the show floor beginning Tuesday, July 12th at 10AM and continued through Thursday, July 14th. As a long-term joint venture partnership between Messe Frankfurt and CCPIT-Tex and as one of the largest events in North America to focus solely on textiles and finished soft goods for all home applications, Home Textiles Sourcing Expo has become a go-to event for manufacturers, retailers, jobbers, converters, contract specifiers and designers. This July’s edition once again showcased products in six categories, including upholstery, bed, bathroom, table, window, and floor.
On Tuesday, July 12th, 2016, the Summer 2016 edition of Texworld USA opened its doors and show floor for business to exhibitors and visitors alike. Continuing through Thursday, July 14th and once again taking place at the Javits Convention Center in New York City, the historic 21st edition of Texworld USA presented an assortment of international suppliers from around the globe who showcased textiles, trims, and accessories in 16 product categories. In addition to celebrating 10 years of success in New York City, the anniversary edition of Texworld USA was also a celebration of 10 years of partnership with Lenzing Innovation.
Whether you’re at Texworld USA, Apparelsourcing USA or Home Textiles Sourcing Expo, there is no reason to not download the mobile app. It has just about everything related to the shows, and we really mean everything. From the floorplan down to exhibitor booth staff contact information, the apps has you covered. It’s a great way to maximize your attendance and network while at some of the biggest sourcing shows in the US.
Here are 5 reasons why you should download (and engage with) the app:
We’re exactly seven days away from Texworld USA & Apparelsourcing USA Summer 2016 show! Whether you’re a first-timer or a returnee, we know how hectic and packed those three days could be, and if you don’t plan ahead, you might be wasting your precious time Googling “where to eat” or “what to do” in NYC. While you might have already done most things from the Top 10 Things to do in NYC by TripAdvisor, we’ve put together a list of some suggestions for you to check out in between the seminars, or free time you have during your stay in the city.
WHERE TO EAT
There are thousands of restaurants to choose from, but we know you would rather stay around the area while attending the show. Here are some suggestions:
You’ve marked the date(s) on your calendar, pre-registered to attend, and booked your flight and hotel. You might be thinking, “I’m ready to go!” Not so fast. After investing your time and hard-earned money, don’t you want to be sure that you’re getting the most out of the trip? Of course you do. Lucky you, we’ve put together 5 handy tips to make sure you’re doing just that.
Follow the below 5 tips to ensure that you get the most out of your next trade show visit:
Get The Most Bang For Your Buck
Let’s face it: visiting a trade show can often be a pricey endeavor. Between the flights, hotels and registration fees, the expenses can add up quickly. However, a trade show can also be one of the best investments you can make for your business – there’s nothing quite like getting some face time with old and new business contacts and vendors alike. To get the most bang-for-your-buck, do a little research and find out if any other industry trade shows are taking place at the same time in the city (or even venue!) you’re visiting. Why not take advantage of other opportunities to connect with contacts in your industry while you’re already in town?
Pre-Planning Is Key
Do not give in to the urge of waiting until you arrive at your hotel, or even the show floor, to plan how you will spend your valuable time. A few weeks prior, take a look at the show’s website and take note of the show’s official hours, special events and seminar schedules. Then, start divvying up your time according to a simple formula: 30% for walking the show floor, 20% for education and planned special events and 10% for unexpected networking opportunities.