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Home Furnishings Business Names Forty Under 40 Class of 2019

Millennials may bear some of the blame for what ails the furniture industry, but Home Furnishings Business (HFB) has identified 40 Millennials on the road to success who are doing their part to keep the industry thriving for decades to come.

DMC to Launch Total Lifestyle Market in June 2020

Dallas Market Center has announced a transformation of its summer market experience into a Total Lifestyle Market, beginning June 2020.

Watermark Living Able to Mitigate Impact of Tariffs on Retail Partners

Watermark Living has announced its positioning efforts to alleviate the full impact of the May 2019 tariffs being imposed on Chinese imports. With manufacturing split across U.S. and southeast Asia sources, the company is able to mitigate the impact of tariffs on its retail partners.

OW Lee Unveils New Belle Vie Aluminum Collection

Ontario, Calif.-based OW Lee, a manufacturer of high-end outdoor furniture, fire pits, and accessories, has announced the introduction of its new Belle Vie aluminum collection. 

IMC Expands Buyer Services, Launches Call Center in Atlanta

International Market Centers (IMC) is expanding its Buyer Services Team by focusing new and existing staff with expertise in four primary market categories – gift, home decor, furniture and apparel – and launching a new, in-house outbound Call Center in Atlanta to directly service more buyers each market cycle.

Veteran Designers Expand Furniture Market Shopping Tour

Seasoned designers Stephanie James and Patti Allen of High Point interior design firm Allen and James are expanding their professionally curated home furnishing shopping tour program for the Fall High Point Market, Oct 19 - 23, 2019. 

Newly Appointed CEO Nieves Goes All-in on the Sofa for Interior Define

Digitally native furniture brand Interior Define (ID) has tapped Antonio Nieves as CEO. Nieves succeeds founder Rob Royer, who is stepping into the role of ID’s chairman of the board.

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