During the recent Market Insights webinar, “Back to Business: Attracting Buyers Back to In-Person Visits,” four retailers discussed ways to bring the consumer experience back into stores—including information about how they have maintained and increased in-store buying, merchandising tips, and more.
Jack Kashani, who co-founded World Market Center in Las Vegas more than 15 years ago, has created a new Virtual Market Center featuring 3D exhibitor showroom tours and a slate of related tools designed to connect B2B home furnishings buyers and sellers anywhere and at any time.
In recent weeks, the industry has learned many retailers turned Premarket into their fall market visit, and they won’t be back in October. Now a growing number of vendors are choosing to do the same thing.
This week’s record-setting Premarket numbers – with more than 350 showrooms opening their doors – was boosted by the first-time participation of a number of home decor exhibitors.
U.S. furniture and home furnishings sales in August were up 3.8% from the same month last year and up 2.1% from July as the home furnishings industry continued its sharp rebound from pandemic lows.
HIGH POINT — Major retailers here for Premarket — some for the first time — say they’re finding what they need, save for one thing: product available to ship pronto.
Furniture retailers across the country reported strong Labor Day weekend sales despite all the problems they’ve faced getting enough inventory.