High Point Market, TODL.com to connect exhibitors, interior designers
Home Accents Today Staff -- Home Accents Today, June 27, 2012
HIGH POINT -- The High Point Market has partnered with Trade Only Design Library to create the High Point Market Residential Library, an online database of market exhibitors and their products accessible to trade professionals.
All exhibitors at the fall High Point Market, held Oct. 13-18, will be included in the High Point Residential Library, found exclusively on TODL.com.
The online library will be accessible to all market registrants, exhibitors and media, and will be the industry's only product-level specification database, according to a press release.
"The new partnership with TODL is yet another way that the High Point Market connects exhibitors with buyers and interior designers," said Cheminne Taylor-Smith, vice president of marketing, High Point Market Authority. "We are very excited to work with TODL to provide opportunities for Market exhibitors to create new relationships, maintain existing clients, and to grow their brands."
All High Point Market exhibitors will receive a free interactive brochure in the library, which includes company description, logo, website, showroom location, product and installation images, and market branding. The brochure is designed to facilitate interaction with existing TODL members and market registrants, according to a release.
TODL is the design industry's largest product research and specification library online or in print with more than 65,000 members and is accessible only by trade professionals.
"Joining forces with High Point Market allows us to create an all-encompassing experience both during the show and after," said Stacey Tiveron, founder, TODL. "Attendees can take their in-person experience one step further by utilizing TODL's ability to provide resources for any stage of the design process-planning, execution and beyond. The relationship between manufacturer and designer grows exponentially, while at the same time becoming increasingly simple and convenient."