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41 Madison takes new two-pronged approach with digital hub AND in-house visits

The New York Tabletop Market, due to take place from 13 to 20 October, has announced a change in operation, a direct result of Covid-19’s continued impact on global business.

Forty One Madison has announced that visitors will be welcomed in person by appointment but also through a new digital show hub, catering for those who are simply unable to travel due to continued restrictions.

In a statement, organisers said:

“To engage the broader tabletop community, 41Madison.com will host a dedicated New York Tabletop Show hub with new digital features designed to help visitors better connect with brands from afar. Registrants can expect to enjoy:

  • Upgraded Showroom Pages: Dedicated brand pages will be developed to conveniently offer downloadable sell sheets, interactive 3D virtual tours of showrooms, and direct lines of communication with showrooms.
  • Events + Webinars:
    • A full schedule of programming with registration details to be announced in the coming weeks. Events will include interactive workshops like floral styling classes, matcha-making, mixology demos, culinary experiences and more.
    • Webinars and video content will address important timely topics like:
      • Future of Hospitality: a discussion with leading hoteliers and chefs
      • Grateful Gatherings: Transforming traditions in entertaining for Holiday 2020
      • COVID-19 Impact on Consumer Spending
      • Tabletop Trends: Crucial Recovery Considerations
  • Look Book: Featuring top new products across 200+ brands
  • Newsstand: a digital reading room featuring the latest issues from industry publications
  • Tastemaker Takeovers with live Instagram feeds featuring favourite products curated by industry influencers.

Pre-registration for the virtual show will begin on Monday, 14 September.

Visit 41madison.com for updates and details on how to register for the upcoming show, both live and online.

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