Dallas Market Center Launches New Website

DALLAS-The website of Dallas Market Center -- dallasmarketcenter.com -- has relaunched with a fresh look and improved site features for a better user experience.

The easy-to-navigate homepage showcases links to Our Markets, Our Products, Hotel & Travel, Leasing Center and other Quick Links, much of which is accessible within one click. More content is available through the search tool, and search results are grouped into sub-categories so the user can filter his or her search. It also has enhanced mobile browsing capabilities, more marketing opportunities for partners, RSS feeds and an online booking tool for hotel and travel. Individual accounts can also be set up and tailored to the users' needs, such as creating a list of their favorite exhibitors and planning their market schedules.

"Our new website caters to the needs of our buyers and exhibitors with enhancements that will help them do better business and have successful markets," said Cindy Morris, chief operating officer, Dallas Market Center. "Exhibitors now have even more opportunities to promote products, and retailers can plan their trip to Dallas while managing their market schedule through the site. It truly embodies our efficient on-site market experience while speaking to our brand."

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