Paul Yeomans was joined on stage by Martha Nading, The Extra Ingredient and Laurie Burns, Burns Consulting

The Inspired Home Show opened its doors yesterday, Sunday, 17 March and Tableware International played a key role in a talk discussing how the tabletop sector is performing.

The show’s Inspiration Theatre was the venue for the 50-minute talk entitled Tableware 2024: Where is the Business Going?. Tableware International’s Paul Yeomans was joined on stage by Laurie Burns, Burns Consulting and Martha Nading, The Extra Ingredient.

This session explored what is happening in the tableware industry – who the leaders are, where and how it is being sold and what the shifts and opportunities are for suppliers. On the retail side, discussions included how retailers are buying product, what they are buying, what is selling now and how vendors can work with them in this fast-paced changing world as the next generation moves into needing and purchasing this category.

“We had a really enthusiastic audience discussing all things tabletop,” Paul said after the event. “It was great to engage with the audience about the sector.”

The Inspired Home Show continues until Tuesday, 19 March.

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