The Shows

Completed: June 27th, 2009 - June 30th, 2009

Conveniently located in Columbus, Ohio, the Columbus MarketPlace is a permanent wholesale market center offering more than 200,000 square feet packed with more than 4,000 of the newest and finest lines of gifts, collectibles, home furnishings, accessories, housewares, stationery and floral items. This array of trend-setting merchandise is displayed in permanent showrooms in an easy-to-shop single floor layout.

Contact: Margie William / (614) 339-5100
Completed: June 4th, 2009 - June 7th, 2009

The Dallas Women’s & Children’s Apparel and Accessories Market offers one the most comprehensive variety of apparel and accessories lines located under one roof. In addition to the permanent showrooms, there is a complementary blend of temporary exhibitors as well. The show opens on Jun 4th and runs until 7th. There are many special events planned for the show. Jump start the show with the Java Jumpstart each day. Happy hour starts at four. The show hours are 8:30am to 6:00pm each day. Friday is shop till 8:00pm

Contact: Tami Zachery / (214) 655-6100
Dallas Total Gift & Home Market - Dallas, Texas (3/19/09 - 3/22/09)

The Dallas Market’s March 2009 Show opened with 30 new showrooms across the marketplace. In spite of the economy, the number of international buyers and new buyers increased.

The Dallas Market Center caters to its buyers by providing coffee, breakfast, and snacks. Plus, Bloody Marys and Margaritas served throughout the day! Friday’s are shop till you drop at 8 pm, featuring a headliner fashion show through day’s end.

Children's Club - New York, New York (3/8/09 - 3/10/09)

New York, NY (March 17, 2009) ENK International held the Fall Edition of the Children’s Club at the Javits Center in New York City from March 8-10, 2009. The show was home to 810 collections representing over 15 countries, including collections from France, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Peru and Israel, to name a few. Top US showrooms were also a strong force at the show, offering buyers one- stop shopping and the opportunity to see exactly where the overall market is heading.