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ZUO announces brand collaboration with BOLD by Design Magazine for their Summer Launch Series at the upcoming High Point Market, June 05, 2021 from 3-5pm.
The event will be held at ZUO’s flagship 26,000 sf showroom in IHFC’s Design Wing, Space D502 with a “BOLD Happy Hour” themed event - featuring ZUO’s famous frozen margaritas, specialty BOLD Cocktails, lite bites, and drawings for ZUO product giveaways paired with exclusive BOLD swag. Added engagement to include book signing with a special meet and greet featuring famed Interior Designer and HGTV Star Donna Moss, as she offers signed copies of her new book Best of Show!
BOLD by Design Magazine's Empress-in-Chief, Julia Molloy shared; “As long as BOLD has been coming to High Point
This program, introduced in January 2020 by the Americas Mart Atlanta, aims to highlight new and noteworthy product that will be introduced and featured at the upcoming Atlanta Market. Over the eight weeks leading up to Market, Americas Mart will showcase products on their website, buyer emails, and social media channels. Then, the week before Market, buyers are asked to vote for their favorite Market Snapshot selection to determine our People’s Choice winners, which are announced the first day of Market.
“We are honored to be one of the luckiest companies nominated for the Best Snapshot from the Americas Mart and IMC. Our Digital Creative team works really hard creating assets 24/7 and create the most beautiful room settings for your enjoyment, keeping them always realistic and on trend. This helps our customer and the end consumer to get inspired. Digital assets are one of the most important too
With accelerating vaccine rollout around the world, ZUO makes a Big Bold in partnership with the IMC to expand their permanent showroom at the Las Vegas Market from their previous showroom on Building A, 4th floor to a newly remodeled space to service the Interior design Community in Las Vegas year-round. This new Showroom will be open M-F from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and will be refreshed with new merchandise several times a year.
The new Showroom is located on Building A, 2nd Floor space 216 is about 10,000 SF and will be the Home for ZUO in Las Vegas for the next 5 years.
“We are very proud of the partnership we have with the IMC and the way they have responded to the COVID-19 Pandemic; we are confident the tradeshow industry will bounce back little by little
In junction of their new technology, they keep developing such as SHOPZIO and JUNIPER where we can use t
Desafortunadamente la Ciudad de Guadalajara y Mexico en general siguen siendo afectadas por el fenómeno del Covid-19 por lo que la Asociación de Fabricantes de Muebles de Jalisco decidió cancelar la Famosa Expo Mueble Internacional Guadalajara que tendría fecha en el mes de Febrero 2021.
Pero esto no ha detenido a algunos Fabricantes que con todas las precauciones harán eventos privados en sus fábricas o salones de eventos con previa Cita
Tal como lo vemos con las compañías Zuo Modern
After rescheduling 2021 Spring Marker, the High Point Authority has subsequently moved Spring Pre-market to April 25-27, 2021.
If you have never attended, Premarket is designed to provide a select group of furniture retailers with a precursory look at the product introductions set to debut at the upcoming High Point Market. These extended appointments allow attending retailers to experience a more in-depth showroom visit and frees up their schedule when they return to High Point during Market to be able to visit other vendors, thus allowing them to visit a larger group of exhibitors overall.
“Zuo has been participated at pre-market for 5 years, and we are planning to continue to offer this to our customers, specially now when customers need to shop safe and with confidence during this difficult times and we are ready to provide that. We are working hard to make sure we present new and interesting designs to you this week, we are confident it will be a great pre-market for w
Despite surging demand for home furnishings since last summer, it’s no secret that supply chain problems have plagued the industry and led to increased lead times. There have been fabric shortages, foam shortages, lumber shortages – you name it shortages.
But in many instances, factories simply couldn’t ramp up production fast enough to meet the demand, as most were shut down for several weeks in March and April amidst coronavirus lockdowns. Even a non-operations guy like me understands that production can’t go from 0 percent capacity to 100 percent capacity instantly.
But now that most factories are humming again, another shortage has reared its ugly head: there aren’t enough ocean shipping containers to move the merchandise to U.S. ports from the Asian factories where much of our furniture is built.
That’s obviously a major headache for importers such as Zuo, not to mention large retailers who get a lot of container-direct shipments.
If you thought the pandemic-fueled surge in demand for home furnishings might be tapering off, the recent Atlanta Gift & Home Market probably squashed that speculation.
Zuo and other Atlanta exhibitors were kept busy throughout the week-long event, even though most reports indicated attendance was only about 50 percent of a “normal” January market. But those who did venture to Atlanta were there to buy. There’s wasn’t much tire-kicking or empty promises to come back later.
Buyers – most of whom were designers or executives from smaller locally-owned stores and regional independents, simply took their cues from the 1980s Queen song “I Want It All and I Want It Now.”
And they had good reason to want their orders filled right away, as continuing supply chain problems have led to lengthy delays in producing and shipping most goods made in Asian factories. Compounding the situation is the upcoming Chinese New Year celebration, which begins
The International Market Centers and the High Point Market Authorityhave decided to change the Trade shows planned for the first half of the 2021 base on the restrictions for traveling in the western United States, recommended by Governor Sisloak’s in Nevada due to the closure and stay-home new orders.
The originally planned Las Vegas Winter Market show for January 24-28 will be pushed for April 11-15 of 2021 and at the same time, pushing the Las Vegas Summer Market planned for July 25-29 now to August 22-26 but leaving the option to buyers to come any time to Las Vegas Buildings with appointment only at any time.
We would love to see you in one of our amazing Showrooms but we understand is not the best moment to travel, so we bring the Showrooms to you. No registration lines, health check-ups or crowded aisles, you can now enjoy our full collection and walk the showroom from wherever you are, anytime!
The colors and textures of our items are something you can't miss so we used High Resolution cameras with 134 megapixels and 3D mapping so you can enjoy our collection in the Highest Possible Resolution!
Our items are tagged just like they are on our physical showrooms, click on the tag to see all the specs and more photos of the item. If you have a web account with us you can add the items directly to your cart to order.
Explore yourself one of our three great Virtual Showrooms or make an appointment to have a sales person guide you virtually, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Until is safe to meet in person