OFFPRICE Show 2017

The insiders' secret to retail success
2017-08-12 - 2017-08-15
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When you have a growing business, the search for new products at low price points can be difficult. This hunt has led many companies all over the globe to source at the OFFPRICE Show – an order-writing tradeshow held during Fashion Week in Las Vegas. With over 500 vendors and more than 1,300 booths, OFFPRICE is the largest tradeshow of its kind in the country. Add excitement to your stores and increase your profits by sourcing at OFFPRICE! Whether you're looking for apparel, footwear, accessories, or jewelry, you'll find it at our show for 20%-70% below wholesale. Come see for yourself why the OFFPRICE Show is the must-see for smart buyers!
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Our exhibitors sell clothing and accessories at a significant discount. They are able to sell these major labels and non-branded goods at such low prices by capitalizing on the forecasting mistakes and canceled orders made by full-price retailers. When manufacturers have more product than they can move, or a store can't sell out of a specific style, they'll sell the inventory to our exhibitors at a significant price cut. Our exhibitors then buy high volumes of the product and move it quickly, enabling them to sell to our buyers at rock-bottom prices.
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Retailers across the country and around the world know of the incredible values that can only be found on our show floor. National chains, boutique stores, new businesses, and more all shop our August and February Las Vegas OFFPRICE Shows. The OFFPRICE Show and our online presence is built to showcase off-price specialists and jobbers. (We define jobber as a merchant who purchases off-price merchandise for the purpose of resale to retailers. If this is you, you should be exhibiting at OFFPRICE.)

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Personalization is one of those terms event organizers are hearing more often. It makes sense to personalize attendee experiences, for example. Exhibition and conference-goers want to be acknowledged and understood. However, there are other reasons to customize the way that customers consume an event. Event technology can make the job easier.   Delivering a Personal Experience