ITMA Showtime - June

Event contact title
Event Manager
Event contact first name
Catherine T.
Event contact last name
Morsell
Email
info@itmashowtime.com
Event contact telephone number
336-885-6842
Description
Showtime?, High Point?s Semi-Annual Fabric Market, is produced by and for the members of the International Textile Market Association (ITMA). Twice a year, ITMA brings all segments of the home furnishings industry together, in one place, at one time for Showtime?. During the months of December and June this internationally acclaimed market offers the most thorough fabric, leather and trimmings presentations in the western hemisphere.At Showtime, ITMA member companies host more than 800 buying companies during each event. On average, exhibitors schedule 70 to 110 appointments for the week, making this market a cost-effective venue to show and view thousands of fabrics. Our online appointment format makes scheduling convenient, although ?walk-ins? are certainly encouraged during the show.During Showtime?, opportunities exist for special events, educational forums or seminars. Each provides an excellent opportunity to meet with customers and colleagues.Recognizing Showtime?s positive impact on the industry, the media focuses attention on exhibitors and buyers throughout the event, creating a tremendous benefit to attendees.
Exhibitor information
SHOWTIME? WILL SHOWCASE YOUR PRODUCT FOR MORE THAN 800 BUYING COMPANIES REPRESENTING SUCH INDUSTRY SEGMENTS AS: Furniture and other home furnishings manufacturers Apparel and costuming Decorative accessory manufacturers Department stores Fabric retailers Handbag manufacturers Fashion accessory manufacturers Hospitality ? hotels, resorts, retirement communities Interior designers Jobbers Mail Order catalogs Marine ? boats, yachts Outdoor and casual furniture Top of the bed Decorative pillows and other soft goods Transportation ? recreational vehicles Window Coverings Workroom Suppliers

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