Archive for the 'Christmas' Category

Thought to date back to ancient times when they represented victory or success, wreaths are now an enduring symbol of the holidays.
Are you planning an event or installation that includes decorated Christmas trees this holiday season? If so, you could win big for your design.
Retailers can put an interesting spin on merchandising by finding creative ways to mix and match products. Holiday wares mixed with general merchandise can be particularly effective.
Hot Holiday Trends are what savvy buyers are looking for during the upcoming June Total Home & Gift Market (June 19-25, 2013). Trends expert J Schwanke AIFD, PFCI, AAF shares his Top Ten list of trends you'll find in Dallas. [More...]
Retailers are always looking for ways to increase sales and traditional stocking stuffers are small and inexpensive, making them ideal add-on sales items. Offering a wide and unique variety of stocking stuffers can help shoppers cross people off their lists while helping your bottom line.
Oversized décor items can enhance your holiday merchandising strategy. If you only have a few seconds to catch someone’s attention as they’re cruising by your store window during the holiday season, it stands to reason that a giant caroler or toy soldier might increase the chance they will stop and look.
Good, better, best. Lower, middle, upper. Promotional, mainstay, wow factor. Call them what you will, but according to the experts, retailers should supply goods in every category in three varying price tiers. It’s an important principle to remember when buying inventory and planning your merchandising for the Christmas season. [More...]
While you’re in the area for 1st Monday and Tuesday Mini-Market, stop by the Anatole for a bit of Christmas cheer! The hotel has “decked the halls” with various holiday décor and activities planned to get you into the holiday spirit. [More...]
This week we have 5 more FINDS Dallas Temp Show exhibitors to highlight! Make sure you visit their booths during the FINDS Show, June 21-24 (staggered opening and closing dates). [...]