Recent News from The Inspired Home Show!
Housewares Charity Foundation Raises Funds to Support Restaurant Industry with Masks, Personal Protective Equipment
ROSEMONT, ILL (Sept. 30, 2020)—Over the years, the Housewares Charity Foundation (HCF) has provided critical funding to those in need during emergencies, such as the September 11th and Hurricane Relief funds, along with its annual fundraising for charities. This...
ROSEMONT, IL (Aug. 3, 2020)—The International Housewares Association announced today that its annual home + housewares gathering, The Inspired Home Show, will be held in-person August 7-10, 2021 at McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago. The event had previously...
Today’s consumers are acutely aware of potential threats to the environment, the economy and society. And they’re ready and willing to use their purchasing power to support the brands and retailers they deem as responsible citizens of the world.
Consumers are living longer. Healthcare costs are rising. There’s growing appreciation for a holistic approach to wellness.
Today’s consumers are seeking memorable – and sharable – experiences. They’re putting unprecedented value in enhancing their knowledge, skill set, reputation and standing – essentially, their personal brands.
Add in a global pandemic to shrinking living spaces in which many are now sheltering at home…and space becomes a pretty hot commodity.
Housewares product developers and retailers heard some valuable insights today in a free IHA webinar on how to help consumers make the most of their time.
Although its annual Housewares Cares Charity Gala was canceled, the Housewares Charity Foundation is making $350,000 in donations to beneficiary charities.
Isetan of Japan is a Global Innovation Awards (gia) winner for 2020 that has transformed to a driving force in urban Japanese culture.