YoPros to Hold Industry Panel During Textiles Market Week

NEW YORK-The Home Fashion Products Association's Young Professionals (YoPros) will hold an industry panel on Sept. 9 on the rooftop of 230 Fifth Ave. here.

The panel will speak on topics ranging from retail strategy to multinational manufacturing. Confirmed panelists thus far will include Steve Elias, president of Louisville Bedding; and Nina Nadash, home textiles merchandiser for Lenzing Fibers. The panel will be moderated by Andrea Bruckner, vice president of sales of the Home Source brand for Home Source International; and Louis Hornick III, chief operating officer of Louis Hornick and Co.

After the discussion, Keith Sorgeloos, HFPA president and president and CEO of Home Source International; and Nancy Golden, senior vice president of marketing for Welspun USA and HFPA membership chair, will host a session on the features and benefits for companies interested in learning more about HFPA membership.

Those wishing to register for this event can contact Ellery Moses at Kellen Co., 212-297-2122, emoses@kellencompany.com, by Sept. 7.

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