Month: December 2020

MarketTime Experience Center to debut at DMC’s January market

MarketTime Experience Center to debut at DMC’s January market

MarketTime, provider of B2B software as a service (SaaS) solutions for the business of wholesale and retail, will debut an Experience Center during the Jan. 6-12 Dallas Total Home & Gift Market. The MarketTime Experience Center, located on the first floor of the World Trade Center adjacent to Starbucks in WTC 139, will showcase MarketTime’s full suite of software solutions supporting business management and growth as well as supporting the only global ecommerce marketplace.

“The Experience Center will showcase the best qualities of our software and the physical Dallas market — new product discovery, trend exploration and strong relationships.” — Hemal Patel, founder and CEO of MarketTime

The MarketTime Experience Center, open during market hours for Total Home & Gift Market, as well as for Apparel & Accessories Market and KidsWorld (Jan.12-15) and WESA’s International Western/English Apparel & Equipment Market (Jan.14-17), will provide hands-on demonstrations of the MarketTime tools, all of which are available today, as well as supporting information and personnel to discuss the MarketTime advantages and ease of integration. This “test-drive” environment of an active and available suite of B2B software solutions, that also support a global e-commerce marketplace, will be the first of its kind in the

Tropical House Decor 2

Tropical House Decor 2

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It’s time to submit product images for the February issue!

It’s time to submit product images for the February issue!

It’s not even 2021 yet and we have already begun to prepare for the February issue of Home Accents Today. We have a healthy amount of pages outlined for products, so we need submissions to make those pages come together. The deadline is January 22 and it will be here before you know it so, go ahead and get those submissions in!

Don’t forget to submit more than one. Even if your product is not chosen in this issue, we keep hold of them for future story considerations; send us what you’ve got!

Here is what we are looking for:

Accent on: Wall Decor

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Best of Winter Markets

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Color Wheel: Black + White

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Objet: Finishing Touch (Fabric trims, wall hooks, furniture hardware, pulls, knobs)

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Lauren Roses is Home Accents Today’s product editor, responsible for selecting and compiling product and trend stories, and for overseeing product submissions and coverage of intros and market debuts. Lauren studied at the University of Arizona and has lived in San Diego, California and

Simple Tips For Gardening

Simple Tips For Gardening

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Update: 100 on board for January’s First Tuesday

Update: 100 on board for January’s First Tuesday

HIGH POINT – Five more furniture vendors have joined up for the First Tuesday initiative to attract retailers to vendors’ showrooms here the first Tuesday of each month to talk business and product development with their suppliers.

The event’s next installment is set for Jan. 5-6.

So far, 98 companies have confirmed their participation in First Tuesday with Furniture Today. Additions to this update include Abbyson, Elk Home, Lamps Per Sé, Mastercraft International and Spectra Home.

The list to date includes:

  • 214 Modern Vintage, 314 W. Russell Ave.
  • Abbyson, 300 E. Green Dr.
  • Abner Henry, 214. E. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.
  • A.R.T. Furniture, 122 N. Hamilton St.
  • American Woodcrafters, 233 S. Main St., 2nd Floor
  • Benchmaster Furniture, Furniture Plaza 303
  • Bernhardt Furniture Co., IHFC D-601
  • Branch Home, 407 W. Green Dr.
  • Brazil Furniture Group, 243 S. Main St., 2nd Floor
  • Cassady Closeouts, The Atrium on Main, lower level mezzanine
  • Chateau d’Ax, IHFC D-1224, 1202
  • Chintaly Imports, Furniture Plaza 214
  • Coast to Coast Imports, IHFC C-1103
  • Cohab.Space, 1547 W. English Rd.
  • Chelsea House, 200 N. Hamilton St., South Court
  • Cozzia, Furniture Plaza 515
  • Cramco Casual Dining, 243 S. Main St.
  • Crest Leather, 312 S. Hamilton St., 3rd floor
  • Crown