Domotex USA 2021 postponed

Home COVID-19 Domotex USA 2021 postponed

Chicago—Hannover Fairs USA (HFUSA), the organizer of Domotex USA, has decided to postpone its 2021 trade show, which was scheduled for March 1-3. The new date and location for the next Domotex USA will be shared when available.

The decision to postpone the 2021 edition of the show was based upon several factors, including the results of extensive market research as well as ongoing global conditions, according to HFUSA. In the months following the 2020 event, an outside research firm conducted an in-depth market study, which included a survey and interviews with floor covering retailers, distributors and other flooring professionals (inclusive of previous Domotex USA participants). The aim was to help the organization further understand the industry’s needs, with the ultimate goal of adding more value to the show experience.

“We were pleased with the research results, which indicated a continued need and desire for the Domotex brand in the U.S.,” said Donna Busse, show director of Domotex USA at HFUSA. “With this new insight, we look forward to using the remainder of 2020 and 2021 to develop a show that will incorporate strategic changes for an even better and improved experience for both exhibitors and attendees.”

The 2020 show, its second iteration in the U.S., drew sparse attendance but was hailed for its quality of educational programs.

“We would like to thank all stakeholders, partners and interested parties for their support of Domotex USA, and we look forward to welcoming you back at the next show,” Busse said.

 

Must Read

Shaw Industries advances ‘sustain[HUMAN]ability’ efforts

Dalton—Shaw Industries has released its eleventh annual sustainability report. The 2019 corporate sustainability report focuses on the company’s people-centric approach to sustainability: sustainability. The report...

Retail Recovery Across America: McSwain’s Carpet & Flooring

https://youtu.be/Xj4waRz8kdk The FCNews Retail Recovery Across America video series continues with a visit to Jason McSwain, owner of McSwain's Carpet & Flooring, a 52-year-old retailer...

Swiff-Train Distribution welcomes Cole Hood as director of sales

Houston—Swiff-Train Company has newly appointed Cole Hood as the company’s director of sales for Swiff-Train Distribution. In this role, Cole will lead the Texas,...

CTEF makes education guide free to industry members

The Ceramic Tile Education Foundation (CTEF) is now offering the “Fundamentals of Thin-Bed Knowledge” (FTBK) guide to anyone associated with the tile industry at...

LIVE: Connect 2020 Day 4

Daltile, Mannington and Karndean spice up presentations By Ken Ryan As part of Connect 2020, executives representing more than a dozen flooring companies get their turn...

Five tips to better retailing

By Ken Ryan Achieving success in the flooring retail business isn’t merely about training or hard work or lead generation systems or delivering excellent customer...
X