Tabletop & Gifts

NY Now Features 2,400 Brands

Feb 04, 2017
By TGR Edit Desk
   

Offers 30+ educational sessions 

NY Now, the market for home, lifestyle + gift, is featuring more than 2,400 emerging and leading established brands together at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City now through Feb. 8.  

NY Now is divided into three collections – Home, Lifestyle and Handmade. Each collection is comprised of thousands of innovative products created by designers who perfectly balance design and function.

“NY Now’s winter 2017 market provides buyers and editors with a comprehensive look at emerging trends so they can anticipate consumer demands in the coming year,” said Scott Kramer, vice president and NY Now co-director. “We pride ourselves on bringing thousands of incredible brands together to provide attendees with unparalleled access to designers, new products and exciting events.”

On-Trend Products
Tens of thousands of inventive products will be shown at the NY Now winter 2017 market. Most notably, many exhibitors will have exclusive product launches at the show, providing a first-look opportunity for buyers and the industry. A full list of exhibitors is available online. Included are:

• Bell’Invito Home
Booth 2746, Home Furnishings + Textiles
Teakwood stone candle holder with strike zone

• Delphine Leymarie LCC
Booth 9554, Handmade Designer Maker
Boheme Léa ring set

• Ichcha
Booth 437, Handmade Global Design
Double-sided napkins

• many and simon
Booth 7031, Baby + Child
Airplane wooden toy

Tea Forte
Booth 3640, Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares
Sipscriptions Tea Trio


Continuing Education
To provide thousands of attendees with the most on-trend information, the NY Now seminar program offers a jam-packed schedule of more than 30 different sessions for attendees and exhibitors who would like to expand their knowledge or advance their career or business. NY Now’s full range of educational programming will cover compelling industry topics ranging from color and design trends, digital media, retail strategies and more. Seminars are led by leading trade and consumer publications and industry associations and will provide attendees with new insights on our industry and invigorate them to succeed. Sessions include:

• 10 Proven Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Store
• From Show Floor to Store Shelves: Turning Trends into Customer ‘Must-Haves’
• The Influence and Impact of Color on Home Décor, presented by the IFDA
• Up Close and Personal: Lifestyle Products Show & Sell Seminar
• Panel Discussion: The Future of Handmade

More information is online