NY NOW to Spotlight Sustainable and New Products at Summer 2017 Market

Exhibitors Looking to Participate in Popular Product Displays May Apply


June 20, 2017Alyson Cohen

New York NowWHITE PLAINS, NY. –  NY NOW, the Market for Home, Lifestyle + Gift, is now accepting applications for its semi-annual product displays that will be showcased at the upcoming summer market. As the industry’s most expansive marketplace, NY NOW will continue to spotlight the newest creations to the industry as well as those that are environmentally-conscious through its sustainability: design for a better world® and destination:new product displays. These displays are the ideal place for buyers to source products from specially curated collections.

“We know how important it is for buyers to not only source the newest and most on-trend products, but also to provide their customers with eco-friendly and sustainable options as well,” said Randi Mohr, NY NOW Show Director and Vice President, Emerald Expositions. “These two curated displays are incredibly impactful and really showcase the innovative designs that our exhibitors continue to create and we are so proud that we can highlight these products for buyers, all under one roof.”

Sustainability: design for a better world

The sustainability: design for a better world product display is curated and installed by Ilene Shaw of Shaw & Co! Productions. It features environmentally-conscious and socially-responsible products and producers from around the world. The exhibit will spotlight global home and lifestyle suppliers, products, production processes and business practices that are eco-friendly and socially responsible. All exhibitors that are part of the sustainability display will also be featured in NY NOW’s sustainability literature for market attendees.

Since 2008, NY NOW has taken a leadership role in the green arena through its sustainability: design for a better world project, a special exhibit and educational series showcasing “green” gift and home products and business practices. To apply, exhibitors should visit the NY NOW website by clicking here.

Destination

This exciting product display highlights new designs from around the market and is expected to feature more than 200 products for attendees to browse. The selected participating exhibitors for the destination:new display will showcase a product that is new to the marketplace as of March 1, 2017. Of the products typically selected for the display, many will be debuting exclusively at NY NOW’s summer 2017 market, making this a must-see exhibit for any NY NOW attendee looking for the freshest designs. To apply, exhibitors should visit their personalized exhibitor console by clicking here.

How to Register for NY NOW

NY NOW is open to members of the industry, including retailers and buyers, and all attendees will have the opportunity to see the sustainability and destination:new displays. To register for NY NOW, qualified members of the trade may click here, while eligible and credentialed members of the media can click here to pre-register.

NY NOW takes place at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center August 19-23, 2017. For more information and to stay updated about future NY NOW news and announcements, please visit nynow.com. 

 

Alyson CohenaAlyson Cohen | Contributing Editor
ACohen@pbmbrands.com

Alyson Cohen is a senior honors student at Rutgers University who has joined HFN this summer as an editorial intern.

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