Four Countries to Make Their Debut at Artisan Resource

Artisan ResourceWHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Artisans from 21 countries worldwide will be represented at the winter 2014 edition of Artisan Resource, which returns in February to run concurrently with NY NOW.

Four countries--Cameroon, Ethiopia, Niger and Uzbekistan--will make their Artisan Resource debut at Artisan Resource, which takes place Feb. 1-4 at New York City's Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94. Exhibitors also hail from 17 returning countries: Afghanistan, Egypt, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Madagascar, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Peru, South Africa, Tunisia and Vietnam. Four of these countries--Indonesia, Panama, Peru and Tunisia--are represented through government-sponsored pavilions.

"Artisan Resource continues its mission to introduce buyers to undiscovered, untapped global artisan sources, and we are delighted to welcome participants from 21 countries to the marketplace," said Allison Rober, Artisan Resource sales manager. "The show features a wealth of new resources for attendees, as well as some veteran exhibitors such as ABN, Tilonia and Zardozi, all of which are returning for their fourth consecutive show this winter."

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