Out of an abundance of caution, global rug and textiles furnishings company Jaipur Living has announced it will not exhibit at Fall High Point Market. The company will continue to focus on its monthly rug, pillow, pouf and throw launches.
Leading mattress manufacturer Corsicana Mattress Company has expanded its rental footprint through a new partnership with O’Rourke Sales Company – this is the first time the company has worked with the national sales group – to provide a boxed bed program for TRIB Group, a rent-to-own buying group.
International Market Centers (IMC) has announced that 26 newcomers will be among the 175+ exhibitors in the Suites at Market Square (SAMS) for Fall 2020 High Point Market, running Oct. 13 – Oct. 21.
ECommerce Sales Partners, Inc. (ESP), an ecommerce sales agency focused on helping furniture vendors develop and implement online distribution strategies, has announced a new partnership with Salsify, a product experience management platform (PXM) that helps brands win on the digital shelf.
Hickory Chair will unveil a new collection that brings the vision of Skip Rumley, VP Creative, to reality at the upcoming Fall High Point Market.
Designer, manufacturer and importer of case goods, leather furniture and fabric-upholstered furniture Hooker Furniture has announced its partnership with television personality Breegan Jane, a noted interior designer and lifestyle expert, as its first digital brand ambassador in a move to further engage with consumers and the interior designer community. Launching this fall, the new partnership is aimed at strengthening the brand’s presence on social media and connecting with a broader audience.
Ohio-based custom upholstery manufacturer, Norwalk Furniture, will make its debut at High Point Premarket, September 14-15, marking the first time the company has exhibited at the event. The company made the decision to open its showroom, the month before the full Market in October, to address pent-up demand for custom upholstery in the marketplace and as a courtesy to retailers who may not attend the October event, which draws larger crowds.