Create a productive and profitable experience for your company with the Exhibitor Marketing Kit (EMK). The EMK is a guide of marketing opportunities available to you to amplify your exposure and effectively market your presence at the Show. Take advantage of resources to promote your presence to buyers, media and consumers, and find tips on increasing exposure through boothmanship and product awards.
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Utilize these resources to increase your overall booth traffic and key buyer visits.
Increase product visibility by participating in our displays including New Product Showcase, IHA Market Watch, Pantone ColorWatch Display, gia Product Design and our News Center Product Room.
The Show offers several options for sharing your new product and company information with the news media including a free online pressroom and distribution in the Show News Center, as well as PR Newswire distribution.
IHA’s Show Public Relations Team will be pitching to the consumer news media about The Inspired Home 2023. Help the Show PR Team pitch the news media. Tell us about your new products, company milestones or company story.
Use these special events at the Show to broaden your exposure to social media influencers and news media.
FIND YOUR NEXT CONTENT CREATOR
IHA has partnered with Tastemaker Conference again this year. Their annual influencer event is being held adjacent to The Inspired Home Show on March 2 & 3. On March 3, there will be a two-hour tabletop expo event at McCormick Place where Show exhibitors can display products and meet influencers from the Tastemaker Conference who are looking for brand partnerships. The cost is $200 per 6-foot table with drape. Participation is on a first-come, first-served basis and space is limited.
FEATURING AT-HOME ENTERTAINING
As economic concerns begin to dominate the news cycle and consumers feel the pinch of inflation, they are responding by bringing more experiential activities back into their homes. The current re-emergence of gatherings and in-person celebrations means that consumers are doing more at-home entertaining as well. While much of the home + housewares buying during the pandemic was for personal and family use, it is now shifting to things meant to be seen and shared with all loved ones.