Global Home Show space still available for March

New York – The Global Home Show, the exhibition for temporary exhibitors run in conjunction with New York Home Fashions Market Week, is nearing a sell-out but limited space is still available.

The show, March 26 to 30, is organized and run by Home & Textiles Today and allows companies without permanent showroom space to exhibit during market week. It is held at two exhibition venues, each one-half block from the 295 and 230 Fifth Avenue major showroom buildings.

This is the 8 th year for the show, which has featured over 100 different home textiles suppliers from around the world. This year, exhibitors will include companies from India, Mexico, the United States and other important textiles producing countries. Products on display include bedding, bath, rugs and accessories.

Remaining show space is being offered on a first-come, first-serve basis in a variety of sizes, from 150 square feet to 1,000 square feet.

More information on exhibiting at the Global Home Show is available by contacting H&TT publisher Warren Shoulberg at wshoulberg@hometextilestoday.com or 917-934-2876.

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