If you’re around North Carolina this October, then you must know High Point Market is starting soon. Want to find out if it’s worth visiting?
The High Point Market is one the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, bringing more than 75,000 people to High Point, North Carolina, every six months. It was cancelled back in Spring of this year, but it was later scheduled for October 13-21. Come with us and discover everything about High Point Market 2020, an event you can’t miss!
Serious retail home furnishings buyers, interior designers, architects, and others in the home furnishings industry can be found in High Point twice a year because if you can’t find it in High Point, it probably doesn’t exist. Alongside other design events like Maison et Objet or iSaloni, High Point Market is on the top of the design world in the search for the best designers and brands, as well as trends for next year.
High Point Market attracts around 75,000 people coming from different areas of the globe. The incredible design event is the largest furnishings industry tradeshow in the world, where approximately 10% are international, to the beautiful North Carolina city every six months. Over the years High Point Market has continued to grow and, currently, it counts with 180 buildings to showcase the amazing furnishings by the world’s top design brands.
The High Point Market works as a great source of inspiration, but it also offers ways to help those attending to get a better understand of the world of interior design. For this purpose, the event organizes seminars where ideas can be shared, always with the intent to better everyone’s business.
Besides being one of the biggest furniture exhibitions in the country, the High Point Market also offers its visitors the opportunity to hear some of the industry’s best interior designers talk about the upcoming design trends and what you can expect from design in the future.
If you’re worried about the pandemic, the buildings where High Point Market will be taking place are following all the safety protocols, including the required use of personal protective equipment (PPE), temporal monitoring, social distancing, occupancy control, hand sanitizing/cleansing and significantly enhanced housekeeping. Elevators will have capacity limits, stickers on the exhibit floor will indicate social distancing and showrooms will be given capacity limits.
It will also feature a digital program before and during the event. Highlights also include showroom and temporary exhibitor videos and an Instagram Takeover by industry influencers. Showhouse as well as programs addressing business practices during and after the pandemic crisis, consumer preferences, diversity and current market trends.
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