(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). Eurovet Americas heads into 2017 celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the founding of its Curve New York show, and with plans to host a “Gala” charity dinner February 27th for 250, with proceeds to be given to breast cancer research.
Eurovet’s first event of the season is Curve Las Vegas, which will take place February 21, 22, and 23 in “the heart of Project Womens at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, the same venue as the last show in August. A partial list of exhibitors includes: Ajour, Anita, b.tempt’d, Bedhead Pajamas, Cake Lingerie, Chantelle, commando, Cosabella, Eshma Mardini, Leonisa, Lou, Huit, In Gear Swimwear, Jolidon, Maison Lejaby, Miraclesuit Shapewear, Montelle Intimates, Munki Munki, NuBra, Rosa Faia, Sauvage, Silk & Soul, and Wacoal.
A few days later, Curve New York (February 27 to March 1) opens on a Monday (instead of the usual Sunday). These dates “align with the other ready-to-wear and accessories shows that are taking place during the same dates at the Javits Center.” So called “co-badging” allows buyers to move between the various shows.
A new addition to Curve New York is the “Lead Retrieval Service,” which the show describes as “an innovative and easy-to-use technological added value” that “will allow all exhibitors to scan the badges of attendees who enter their booth directly on their smart phone. The digital business profile of the individual will be instantaneously uploaded and qualified in real time, able to be referenced immediately as well as after the show to ease the follow-up process.”
The dinner celebrating Curve’s anniversary is at the Tribeca Rooftop, described by Eurovet as an “event penthouse in the heart of downtown Manhattan providing breathtaking views of historical TriBeCa. Here, there will be 20 guests of honor gathered into 10 unexpected couples to highlight how ubiquitous matchmaking is in the Curve mission (matching lingerie and swim, brands and retailers, the east and west coast, etc).”
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