Interested GeographiesNorth America,
Interested IndustriesApparel & Clothing, Auto & Automotive, Building & Construction, Agriculture & Forestry, Arts & Crafts, Medical & Pharma, Packing & Packaging, Industrial Engineering
Events Participated109 Organized, 2 Exhibited
Emerald Expositions is a leading owner and operator of business-to-business tradeshows in the United States connecting hundreds of thousands of buyers and sellers across nine diversified end markets. Show Less
21st - 24th
Las Vegas, United States#Business Services
21st - 24th
Las Vegas, United States#Apparel #Fashion
23rd - 24th
Huntington Beach, United States#Apparel #Fashion
07th - 09th
Napa, United States#Medical
08th - 10th
Orlando, United States#Apparel #Entertainment
Emerald as Event Organizer
ASD Market Week
HD Expo + Conference
4Megan Witalis Reviewed NY NOW on 10 Feb 2022
Museum Gift Shop Manager at Long Island Museum
I really appreciated the shuttle service routes to and from the Show. There was plenty of information to help plan your day. I was a bit surprised how much smaller the Show was, but with Covid I do understand. It was just a shame to miss so many wonderful vendors from years past. It is always so much nicer when you can meet people in person and actually touch and see products.
1SYBIL ALLEGRI Reviewed ICFF NYC on 18 May 2022
Interior Architect at employed
I learned that you cannot take your 10-year-old daughter to ICFF, even with preregistration and a show pass. I remember going to the show in 2019 and being so inspired and excited to take all the new ideas back to my design practice. I remember meeting young college designers with fantastic furniture pieces and thinking this would be an inspiring show for young people. This time my excitement was squelched by the show manager telling me they could not let my daughter in unless she was over the age of 16 due to liabilities with the “very expensive products on display.” I sadly abided by the rules and ventured into the show alone only to be almost tripped by a dog on a long leash with an excited long tail roaming the showroom floor. A dog was not considered a liability, but my budding interior designer was. Hospitality, which is a main design sector of the show, was not on display at ICFF. I will not be re-attending ICFF in the future nor advising any of my 300+ coworkers to attend.
4Randy Ri Chard Reviewed ASD Market Week on 24 Aug 2021
Wholeseller at R & R Wholesale
Pros it was a clean event, fast registration & saw it all in one day. Cons, it was small, missing alot of quality vendors. Food options was lethargic, better to leave & eat elsewhere. Most of my usual vendors were all missing. Little to none Boothe sells & no samples from New vendors options. Really made the whole ordeal a guessing game on their quality of product.
1rex lin Reviewed SIAL America on 05 Apr 2022
Retailer at the pipeking
the number of vendors/booths at the show was as minimal as possible. It is probably less than or equal to a quarter of exhibitors compared to pizza expo. attending fee was definitely too high for what SIAL had to offer.
5Cheryl Acosta Reviewed ASD Market Week on 06 Aug 2019
Owner at Gathered: A Native Made Marketplace
My first time going. Registering before hand made picking up badges very easy. I appreciate the fact that all the vendors and a description of their wares was available when I downloaded the app on my phone. What I found helpful was going through the list of vendors before the show so that I could plan and visit the ones that carried what I was interested in first. The booths were all clearly marked in the specific halls which made them easy to find. I found the show well organized and the communications and updates sent to me a way to keep me engaged and informed. I don't know if any hotels were offering a specail rate for paticipants. That would have been a bonus.
3AnneCaso Reviewed National Stationery Show on 06 Feb 2020
Retail Buyer at Retail Concepts
Bring your own Food and Drink to Javitz Center. Food Service was awful, food service staff was unfriendly and unaccommodating. Many areas at the both food courts were out of some items by 1PM on Monday. Whoever the new Food concessionaire is, they need to put their staff through some serious customer service training and management needs to better understand the /guest needs and the amount of food/beverage needed. I have been coming to this show for over 20 years and the food and service up until the past summer show was good with a large selection of ethnic and American local fare.
1antiquetravels Reviewed NY NOW on 19 Aug 2022
Store owner at Antiques by Dorene treasures from the past
More gift items. Too many scarfs jewelry clothing. Where are gift items that they used it have. I made purchases but not enough of what I wanted
1Ben Everette Moore Reviewed NY NOW on 10 Feb 2022
Brick and Mortar Retail Owner at Everette Wilson Designs
Unfortunately this was a very expensive waste of time for me. There were no vendors for a home store and it was just a total shame.
3gope gidwani Reviewed Medtrade East on 28 Oct 2019
President at A+ Home Medical Supply
I have attended Medtrade Atlanta for many years and general opinion is that is slowing down from 4 days to 2 days of expo which can be covered in one or 1 1/2 daysIssue lies with organization serving DME members which are WEAK to make make DME members stronger so they can make a living.Today they are very few corp who who in turn support and control the non profit DME representing org and hence control the agenda.They have not represented DME cos interests effectively in general before CMS.Until this happens smallDME bix will go out and hence less attendance.If you want real opinion call me'Harry Gidwani cell 617.510.1979. This will increase DMEs and hence more attendance
3Diane Cardinale Reviewed ASD Market Week on 02 Aug 2018
CEO at PourLilArtist
Scooter prices are too expensive, Most people that requires wheelchair or scooter rentals are on limited income, and why do you charge $15 additional because you’re trying to play it safe and not carry cash so when you use your card you get charge 15 additional dollars… SMH. Spoke to many vendors returning vendors in new vendors and a lot, I stress a lot we’re disappointed that their new areas were basically in hidden corners and had almost 50% less foot traffic. The confusing part two was when a vendor had a center booth you listed, (just throwing out a #)2700 you listed 2700 on all four sides so that when you’re walking down to 2800 row you’re still seeing 2700 whatever side the booth is in should be the sequential number of the road do not put the persons full booth number on all four sides that is very confusing and wastes a lot of time, you know how many times our group had to backtrack because they thought they missed the number. A booth can be listed with more than