All Exhibitors Will Receive
The Inventors Corner Pavilion is one of the hottest destinations at the International Home + Housewares Show, consolidating Independent Inventors into one place, to make it easy for companies to find fresh products for sale or license. Inventors have unparalleled opportunities to demonstrate their products and network with industry execs in this high traffic area packed full of special events.
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The 2014 International Home + Housewares Show will take place:
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A booth at the International Home + Housewares Show “Inventors Corner” brings the right people directly to you, all in one place over the course of a few days. Retail buyers, companies looking for products available for sale or license, product sourcing specialists, and many other industry professionals will converge on the Inventors Corner with the intent of finding new products.
The Inventors Corner Pavilion includes the Inventor Revue area where inventors can pitch their products to panels of industry professionals and receive free product evaluations and valuable business advice. Each exhibitor is allotted 5-7 minutes to pitch his or her product and get feedback from the panel. In addition, if any of the panelists are interested in your product, they can visit your booth.
Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to include your invention in the AfterShow presentation, which consolidates the products exhibited in the Inventors Corner into one master presentation. This presentation is made available to the thousands of companies that either exhibited or attended the Housewares show that may not have seen your product during the show itself. Huge value!
Exhibitors receive complimentary access to educational seminars sponsored by the International Housewares Association. Industry experts cover a wide range of subjects that inventors need to know in order to succeed with their inventions. The opportunity for you to learn from experts is unsurpassed and many inventors have said that the education and advice alone were worth the cost of exhibiting.
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