HFPA Schedules Annual Meeting

HFPANEW YORK-The Home Fashion Products Association has set its annual meeting for Nov. 13 from 9-11 a.m. in the Buyer's Lounge of 295 Fifth Ave., the showroom building here.

During the meeting, Keith Sorgeloos, HFPA president and president and CEO of Home Source International, and Bob Leo, the association's legal counsel, will report on the government and regulatory issues facing HFPA members now and in 2014.

The keynote speaker will be Sarah Davanzo, chief cultural strategy officer for sparks & honey, a next-generation cultural identification agency. Davanzo will speak on the future consumer, the world and how it's changing for consumers, and what this means for manufacturers and marketers of home products.

Those wishing to attend can contact Ellery Moses, HFPA executive director, at emoses@kellencompany.com.

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