Urban Expositions was founded in 1995 by experienced trade show and mart management executives Doug Miller and Tom Fulghum with the assistance of Tim von Gal. Through a logical hands-on approach Urban Expositions has quickly become one of the most successful fastest growing trade show companies in the United States.
A weak variety of vendors. No inspiration, mostly same old stuff. Noticably fewer exhibitors. Floor layout was distracting, awkward, annoying. We did not need to be forced into the souvineer show. There were some vendors with crude and off color merchandise which was an embarrassment for my buyers.
4 donna Shaw Reviewed Philadelphia Gift Show on 10 Jan 2019 volunteer manager at The cottage % Clearfield Hospital
It was the worst show I have attended in my 32 years.We were pre registered but the lady said we have never been there before. We were not even in the system. The lobby looked terrible. Some of the venders were very rude. We were cheated by a cash and carry vender because we took a picture of the items and just paid thinking they were honest but found otherwise. I am trying to get that resolved now. If not I will give you there name.
3 Barb Read Joseph Reviewed Seattle Gift Show on 07 Feb 2019 Jewelry designer at The finishing touch
I have been attending the Seattle Gift Show twice a year since 1974. This was by far the smallest show woth the least amount of vendors...ever. So disappointed in the show. We’ve given feedback for years, asking that the first show of the year not be on Superbowl weekend and not be the same weekends as another show in Vegas, Atlanta oe NY. Unfortunately, our advice has not been conidered. Maybe they should move the show back to Seattle Center or the Trade Center where more vendors could afford the booths to participate.