Executive-Level Event Runs During Winter 2013 Gift+Home at Las Vegas Market
LAS VEGAS, October 23, 2012… Online registration is now open for the inaugural Gift & Home CEO Summit at www.giftandhomelv.com/ceosummit. Co-produced by International Market Centers (IMC) and Eller Enterprises, this first-of-its kind executive-level summit will run concurrently with GIFT+HOME at Las Vegas Market, on Thursday, January 31, and Friday, February 1, 2013, at World Market Center Las Vegas.
“We invite CEO’s, presidents and owners of gift and home décor manufacturing companies to come together for two days of discussion and insight into the critical issues facing our industry and its leaders today,” said conference organizer Randy Eller, president of Eller Enterprises.
The registration fee includes two full days of programming, including keynote addresses by Jon Huntsman, Jr., former Ambassador to China, and Robert Reich, one of the world’s leading economists, as well as an address from Claire Shipman, best-selling author and senior contributor for ABC News. Additional panel discussions and presentations will cover topics such as the effects of China’s economy and the European economic crisis; preparing a company for sale and exit strategies; building corporate culture; and other issues impacting the U.S. gift and home marketplace.
The three-tiered registration fee schedule is: $395 for individuals whose company exhibits in an IMC property in both High Point, NC, and Las Vegas, NV; $595 for individuals whose company exhibits in an IMC property in either High Point, NC, or Las Vegas, NV; and $895 for individuals whose company does not currently exhibit at any IMC property. Additional information, and sponsorship opportunities, is available from Randy Eller at 615-771-1112, x10, or email@example.com.
In addition to registration, the CEO Summit website – giftandhomelv.com/ceosummit – provides a complete schedule for the two-day event, as well as a calendar of market events, a listing of on-site amenities and hotel and travel information.
Gift+Home at Las Vegas Market is a leading gift and home décor marketplace in the western U.S., presenting 800+ gift and home décor resources in an unrivaled market destination. Las Vegas Market features thousands of furniture, gift and home décor lines, allowing for cross-category commerce among the gift, furniture, home décor and accessory industries. The Winter 2013 Las Vegas Market runs January 28-February 1, 2013, at the World Market Center. For more information, visit GiftandHomeLV.com.
ABOUT WORLD MARKET CENTER LAS VEGAS:
World Market Center Las Vegas is an integrated home and hospitality contract furnishings showroom and trade complex. The campus showcases furniture, decorative accessories, gift, lighting, area rugs, home textiles and related segments, as well as the Las Vegas Design Center open daily to consumers and designers. For more information on World Market Center Las Vegas and its trade shows including the bi-annual Las Vegas Market and Gift+Home, visit www.wmclv.com. Find us on Facebook and Twitter.
World Market Center Las Vegas is a property of International Market Centers, L.P. (IMC), the world’s largest operator of premier showroom space for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. International Market Centers owns and operates 11.5 million square feet of world-class exhibition space in High Point, N.C. and Las Vegas. IMC’s mission is to build and operate an innovative, sustainable, profitable and scalable platform for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. For more information on IMC, visit imcenters.com.
ABOUT ELLER ENTERPRISES:
Eller Enterprises, of Franklin, TN, was founded in 2004 by Randy Eller as a consulting firm serving companies and individuals primarily within the home accent, furniture and giftware industries. These businesses include wholesalers, product designers, merchandise trade marts, marketing, public relations and advertising firms. Eller Enterprises also offers personal executive coaching and professional speaking to customers in a variety of industries. For information, visit www.ellerent.com.