Trade shows of Home Textiles which were at disadvantage are slowly taking a new form and starting with virtual form of trade shows to reach round the world and overcome the loss.
The show highlights:
- Free access to sourcing, education and more
- AI-powered matchmaking that calculates and recommends the
most relevant connections
- Dynamic online showrooms with vivid customization
- Live chats, virtual networking
- Interactive educational programming
- Flexibility to engage at the user’s convenience during the live
event and beyond
Home Textiles Sourcing Expo, traditionally held at the Javits Center in New York each July, will take place as a globally connected virtual show.
The expo connects Asian and overseas resources with American buyers, importers and wholesalers seeking fabrics and finished soft goods for all home applications.
The dates – July 21 to 23 – remain the same, making it the first event for the home textiles industry to be held virtually.
“Home Textiles Sourcing will continue to provide manufacturers, retailers, jobbers, converters, contract specifiers and designers a dedicated avenue to locate new fabrics and products for their latest home collections, but this year we’ll be doing it virtually,” said Jennifer Bacon, show director for the event, which is organized by Messe Frankfurt.
The show is the only event in North America that will be solely focusing on fabrics and finished soft goods for home application right from bed to bath and everything in between. The show will be in collaboration with Texworld USA and Apparel Sourcing USA.
For more details visit at hometextilesourcingexpo.com.