Next year’s upcoming Design + Construction Week (DCW) continues to grow with the addition of another co-dated buying event to the scene. Las Vegas Market, the leading home furnishings and gift market in the Western United States, will now co-date with the National Association of Home Builders’ (NAHB) International Builders’ Show (IBS) and the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s (NKBA) Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS).
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This news comes on the heels of the announcement earlier this year that the National Hardware Show (NHS) will also co-date with DCW in 2023. This will allow attendees to explore even more products and opportunities to grow their businesses outside any one tradeshow.
“We are very excited that this year’s IBS attendees will have the added opportunity to explore the exhibits of the Las Vegas Market for no additional fee,” says NAHB CEO Jerry Howard.
“We think having the Las Vegas Market co-date with us in Las Vegas is a great opportunity to expand Design & Construction Week even further,” comments Bill Darcy, Chief Executive Officer for the NKBA.
“Our Kitchen & Bath industry professionals can benefit from more value and opportunities during their time in Las Vegas by aligning with the Las Vegas Market and the other industry-leading events. It’s also a great way for all these associations to better serve their respective members as we look to the future.”
“In a few short months, Las Vegas will be THE residential design, construction, and furnishings destination for our industry. Individually, our shows are major draws for our industry leaders, offering unique, must-have products and top programming. Together, we will deliver an unparalleled experience,” said Bob Maricich, CEO of International Market Centers (IMC), which produces Las Vegas Market.
“By co-dating Las Vegas Market’s thousands of exhibitors in permanent showrooms and temporary exhibits showcasing the latest furniture, bedding, casual/outdoor, home décor and gift products, Design & Construction Week now presents the full spectrum of resources not just for building a house, but also for making it a home.”
Collectively, the four trade events will run from January 29 to February 2, 2023 spanning two Las Vegas venues.