Events

20141

8am - 6pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Be The Rainbow

Social

Woodbridge Furniture, 200 Steele, Floor 3, 301

Shuttle Stop: 17 (Red Line)

From the Maya Angelou quote: "Try to be the Rainbow in Someone's Cloud", make a difference by stepping into our Rainbow Room. Participate by leaving a prayer, a note of gratitude, a positive thought pinned to the wall & for each visit, Woodbridge will donate $1 to HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH. Fall in love with a sliver of our rainbow? We are also selling all 25 of our custom painted pieces of furniture with 10% of each sale contributing to the donation. Through the container shortage, raw materials increase, the Delta variant, the trucking delays it can feel like we're waiting for the rain to stop. Here's to dreaming of sunnier days, finding the joy where we are and feeling the hope rainbows bring.


20157

8am - 9am, Sat. Oct. 16

OPEN SFC Membership Meeting

Educational

DesignOn HPMKT by IMC Seminar Room (SAMS T-922)

Neighborhood: Market Square and Elm

Start your High Point Market with SFC. As SFC embarks upon a new era, we will review the accomplishments of our first 15 years, and make important announcements of plans and initiatives for the next 15 years. All are invited! With growing awareness of the importance of the entire range of sustainability issues, getting more involved now will make a difference to your business as well as to our future. NOT YET A MEMBER? JOIN NOW! &/OR COME TO LEARN WHAT WE DO & WHY IT’S IMPORTANT - ALL ARE WELCOME! In Partnership with DesignOn HPMKT by IMC & SFC. Register to attend!


Speakers: Susan Inglis

RSVP Required

20156

8am - 10am, Sat. Oct. 16

Complimentary Breakfast with Burton James

Social

Burton James, Inc., 310 N. Hamilton St., Floor 1, S-101

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Start your day with Burton James as we serve up breakfast in our Hamilton showroom!


20081

8am - 2pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Courtyard Café

Social

220 Elm, 220 Elm,

Neighborhood: Market Square and Elm

Shuttle Stop: 14 (Red/Green Line)

Enjoy individually wrapped cookies, coffee, and bottled water.


20106

8am - 11am, Sat. Oct. 16

Exquisite Mornings - Coffee, Sweets + The Best Selection of Rugs!

Social

Exquisite Rugs, IHFC, Hamilton, Floor 2, H220

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Shuttle Stop: 1 (Transportation Terminal)

Start your day on the right foot! Every day during Market we will happily start your day with a cup of coffee, a quick bite and energizing conversation. Visit Exquisite Rugs' newly expanded showroom daily October 16 to 20 from 8 to 11am for Coffee, Sweets + The Best Selection of Rugs! Meet with our President Hersel Bani-Esraili and discover the inspiration behind our newest collections!


20120

8am - 8pm, Sat. Oct. 16

#HPMKTmemory Hashtag Printer and Photo Wall

Social

The Point (on Commerce Ave, one block from the Transportation Terminal)

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

Let's get social! As you share your memorable Market moments to your favorite social media channels, be sure to tag High Point Market and use the #HPMKTmemory hashtag. Then, swing by The Point to pick up your printed memory and see what everyone else is posting from around Market on our photo wall.


20154

9am - 6pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Universal To The Trade Designer’s Lounge

Social

Universal Furniture International, Inc., 101 S. Hamilton St.

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Shuttle Stop: 15 (Red Line)

Relax and recharge in Universal’s 2,000 sq. ft. Designers Only Workspace. Charge your devices and take advantage of free wi-fi. Need a hair touchup? Sign up for an appointment at the Beauty Bar. First 500 guests to check-in will receive a special RUE gift bag with fab beauty brands to help you get through the week.


RSVP Required

20015

9am - 10am, Sat. Oct. 16

Creating a Memorable In-Store Experience for Today’s Consumer

Educational

Home Furnishings Association - Retailer Resource Center

Neighborhood: North Elm

Now more than ever, the consumer has MANY different paths to purchase, and we have the ultimate responsibility to ensure that every single path provides the exceptional service, selection, and transactional experience that they expect - and deserve! This session will dive into the tools needed for a fabulous in-store experience delivered by the sales professionals, AND ensure the consumer has a great and educational time preparing to visit your store when they are doing their research.


Speakers: Lorri Kelley

20065

9am - 6pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Bubbles Champagne Cart

Social

InsideOut Performance Fabrics, 311 N. Hamilton St., 3rd Fl

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Stop by our Champagne Cart and ring the bell for a glass of bubbles!


20063

9am - 11am, Sat. Oct. 16

Morning Mimosas

Social

InsideOut Performance Fabrics, 311 N. Hamilton St., 3rd Fl

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Join us for mimosas at our 311 North Hamilton (3rd Floor) Main Showroom AND our 200 Steele Building (3rd Floor) daily from 9:00am - 11:00am.


20117

9am - 7pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Life's A Peach! Daily Breakfast, Lunch and Peach Fusion Cocktails!

Social

Tomlinson Companies, 525 N. Wrenn St., Floor1

Shuttle Stop: 22 (Red Line)

Join us daily for ham biscuits, Krispy Kreme donuts, hot lunch, Peach Fusion Cocktail and fine wines.


20045

9:30am - 10:30am, Sat. Oct. 16

Style Spotters Hot Spot Tours

Educational

The Point (on Commerce Ave, one block from the Transportation Terminal)

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Enjoy a personal trip through some of the most stunning showrooms at Market with 2021 Style Spotters Keia McSwain or Justin Shaulis as they walk you through a personalized tour of two of their favorite Market stops. Please arrive at The Point by 9:15AM ahead of the 9:30AM tour departure. RSVP required. Sponsored by Crypton and Studio Designer.


Speakers: Keia McSwain, Justin Shaulis

RSVP Required

20008

10am - 11am, Sat. Oct. 16

How to Leverage Flat Fees; The Fast Track to Better Clients & Bigger Profits

Educational

Universal Furniture International, Inc., 101 S. Hamilton St.

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Shuttle Stop: 15 (Red Line)

Tired of leaving money on the table? Afraid you’ll lose your shirt with fixed fees? Get the inside scoop on calculating the right rates for higher revenues and ideal clients. Join interior design business coach and marketing consultant, Melissa Galt, for proven processes and smart strategies that deliver rich results. You’ll take away an Action Blueprint to make implementation simple and effective. With every project you’ll feel more confident, more in control, and know that you’re being well compensated and no longer leaving profit on the table.


Speakers: Melissa Galt

RSVP Required

20070

10am - 12pm, Sat. Oct. 16

It’s a Champagne Celebration!

Social

Exquisite Rugs, IHFC, Hamilton, Floor 2, H220

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Shuttle Stop: 1 (Transportation Terminal)

You’re invited to our Showroom Expansion Party! Enjoy some of our favorite champagne cocktails, and breakfast pastries while visiting us in our newly expanded showroom in our new location!


20130

10am - 11am, Sat. Oct. 16

High Efficiency at High Point Market

Educational

The Point (on Commerce Ave, one block from the Transportation Terminal)

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

A trip to Market means replenishing inspiration, discovery of new products, & forging relationships. The digital age brought new ways to source & run a business yet the need to see products in person hasn’t changed. But with so much to do, savvy designers lean on time saving tech to organize & share their Market findings once back in their offices. Join Erinn Valencich, designer & Founder/CEO of StyleRow, the only all-in-one project management & marketplace platform for the trade, along with acclaimed designers Alexa Hampton, Corey Damen Jenkins & Form Design Studio as they discuss how they bring the value of a visit to High Point Market home & how they use technology to run better businesses. Lunch to follow, compliments of StyleRow.


Speakers: Erinn Valencich , Alexa Hampton, Corey Damen Jenkins, Rafael Kalichstein, Joshua Rose

20016

10:30am - 11:30am, Sat. Oct. 16

Are You Struggling to Find and Keep Quality Employees?

Educational

Home Furnishings Association - Retailer Resource Center

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

You’re not alone. Recruiting, developing, and retaining outstanding team members is one of the biggest challenges for retailers, manufacturers, and designers alike. In this session we will dive into best practices for recruiting, developing, and retaining outstanding team members that will boost your bottom line while having a lot of fun in the process!


Speakers: Rene Johnston

20050

11am - 12pm, Sat. Oct. 16

3 Distinct Views - One Eco-Focused Goal

Educational

Center Stage, in between the Transportation Terminal and Showplace

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Join Laurence Carr, Nancy Fire, and Jennifer Levy as they discuss their sustainable lifestyle perspectives, tips for shopping sustainably, and favorite High Point Market sustainable sources. They’ll also share their unique visions for the curated room design exhibits created for the Sustainability Stories program. Moderated by sustainability expert Rachel Bradley of Unifi, makers of REPREVE recycled fibers. Immediately following, meet and greet with the designers and other attendees in the designers’ Center Stage exhibits.


Speakers: Nancy Fire, Laurence Carr, Jennifer Levy, Rachel Bradley

20145

11am - 2:30pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Jewelry and Mimosas!

Social

Ro Sham Beaux, 122 N. Main St.

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

Shuttle Stop: 25 (Red Line)

Come view two amazing jewelry lines while sipping a mimosa! The Heart Knot & Bella Grace are two of our favorite jewelry lines that are handcrafted by their amazing founders. Both lines on display through Monday and offer both wholesale ordering and cash and carry!!


20124

11am - 2pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Parson's Table Pop-Up

Social

The Point (on Commerce Ave, one block from the Transportation Terminal)

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

Offering the wildly popular homemade sandwiches, salads, sourdough bread, and desserts that Market-goers have come to know and love for decades, the ladies of Parson's Table will celebrate their 40-plus years of serving Market guests with pop-up lunch service daily in The Point. On Saturday, October 16, enjoy a delicious Parson's Table lunch compliments of StyleRow.


20071

11am - 12pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Beyond Boundaries, Expanding the Creative Process

Educational

DesignOn HPMKT by IMC Seminar Room (SAMS T-922)

Neighborhood: Market Square and Elm

Not all designers follow a straight and narrow path to their career. In fact, many of the most gifted designers explore various creative genres before finding their true calling. Similarly, many interior designers find success and gratification in the design of products and special events. True creators often find a singular focus simply too limiting. This panel explores the diverse careers and of four successful designers and in doing so reveals the true essence of creativity itself. Join Mike Ragan, Celia Barrett, David Santiago and Gary Inman for this entertaining and informative discussion. (1 CEU) RSVP required.


CEU Hours: 1

Speakers: Mike Ragan, Celia Barrett, David Santiago, Gary Inman

RSVP Required

20123

12pm - 1pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Designer Meet & Greet - Sustainability Stories at Center Stage

Educational

Center Stage, in between the Transportation Terminal and Showplace

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Come celebrate and experience the spaces designed by Laurence Carr, Nancy Fire, and Jennifer Levy as part of the Sustainability Stories program. Sourcing from High Point Market exhibitors, these curated vignettes elegantly incorporate sustainable elements, capturing the variety of creative ways an eco-friendly focus can be incorporated into home design.


Speakers: Nancy Fire, Laurence Carr, Jennifer Levy

20151

1pm - 5pm, Sat. Oct. 16

English High Tea and Prosecco

Social

South + English, 208-212 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

Shuttle Stop: 17 (Red Line)

Join us for an afternoon English High Tea beginning at 1:00 pm on Saturday, October 16th. Small bites, English treats, and Prosecco. Cheers!


20017

1pm - 2pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Three Tips to Help You Boost Your eCommerce Success

Educational

Home Furnishings Association - Retailer Resource Center

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

If you're a retailer, you need more website success. Whether that be lead generation for store follow-up or eCommerce sales. In this session, Jesse will walk you through 3 tips to help you take your website to higher levels.


Speakers: Jesse Akre

20002

1:30pm - 2:30pm, Sat. Oct. 16

TrendWatch: Fall 2021 - LIVE at Market!

Educational

DesignOn HPMKT by IMC Seminar Room (SAMS T-922)

Neighborhood: Market Square and Elm

DesignOn HPMKT by IMC’s bi-annual TrendWatch in person presentation returns onsite this fall, offering an inside look at leading trends shaping the home furnishings industry. These trends will be brought to you in partnership with home furnishings trend forecaster, creative director and curator Julie Smith Vincenti of Nine Muses Media. Julie will offer insight into how these trends will influence interior décor and product designs for furniture, upholstery, fabrics, decorative accessories, and more. This in person presentation will give designers the inspiration and creative insight to meet the needs of their clients in the years to come. Sponsored by DesignOn HPMKT by IMC. (1 CEU) Register to attend.


CEU Hours: 1

Speakers: Julie Smith Vincenti

RSVP Required

20086

20051

2pm - 3pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Planning for Profit: Aligning Your Business for Immediate Success

Educational

The Point (on Commerce Ave, one block from the Transportation Terminal)

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

As designers know, a highly successful project depends on forethought, planning and smart execution. Setting yourself and your business up for success entails similar planning and mindset. Join business transformation coach & consultants Gail Doby and Erin Weir as they guide you through the steps needed to create an optimally successful business. Whether it’s financial or team growth, marketing or seamlessly smooth operations, you’ll learn how to finally be able to enjoy the successful fruits of your hard work. Get tips from Becky Charton of Table Setters, Inc., whose journey brought her the financial and personal growth she desired.


Speakers: Gail Doby, Erin Weir, Becky Charton

20092

2pm - 3pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Tranquility: Modern Parisian Style

Educational

Universal Furniture International, Inc., 101 S. Hamilton St.

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Shuttle Stop: 15 (Red Line)

Paris. Is there anywhere more romantic? Join Miranda Kerr and learn how her time living in Paris influenced Tranquility, her new collection for Universal Furniture.


Speakers: Miranda Kerr

RSVP Required

20115

2pm - 3pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Foam Recycling: Creating Jobs for Today and Home Decor for Tomorrow

Educational

Center Stage, in between the Transportation Terminal and Showplace

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

The necessity is clear & the opportunities are ever-expanding in the realm of foam recycling. In terms of home design, new technology is allowing materials such as crown moulding, home décor & accessories, lighting & even outdoor furniture to be made from recycled foam. Advancements in 3D printing should be expanding the potential even more in the near future. Join us at Center Stage for a demonstration of a foam densifier to see how packaging & food grade foam is finding new life as part of Tiny House Community Development’s foam recycling project. This project is creating jobs for those who have or are experiencing homelessness in the High Point & Greensboro areas while practicing sustainability through their densifier recycling efforts.


Speakers: Scott Jones

20109

2pm - 4pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Behind the Scenes with Sasha Bikoff; "Carnivale Style"

Social

Kindel, Karges, Councill, 200 Steele, Floor 1, 103

Shuttle Stop: 17 (Red Line)

Sasha Bikoff is known for her flawless execution of bold and colorful maximalist designs sculpted by her vast worldly exploits and experiences. Join us as the fabulous Jana Phipps, the Trim Queen, speaks with Sasha about her design inspiration on the charming Kindel Loop de Loop chest. Come see these two brilliant minds chat together about all things Venice, design and luxury. The chat will be followed by small bites and cocktails, Italian style.


Speakers: Sasha Bikoff, Jana Phipps

20036

2:30pm - 3:30pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Suite Spot Tour with Andre’ Hilton

Educational

Tour will depart from the DesignOn HPMKT by IMC Designer Lounge, Top Floor of SAMS (SAMS T-646)

Neighborhood: Market Square and Elm

To get a first-hand look at what nationally recognized designer, Andre’ Jordan Hilton, known for his tailored curated style, Principal Designer and Founder of Atlanta based JORDANHILTON Interiors, has found as new resources at High Point Market this fall, spend an hour on an intimate guided tour with him. Join Andre’ as he introduces you to his favorite product and exhibitor finds, through all three floors of The Suites at Market Square – showcasing what’s new and innovative. Champagne will be served at the beginning of the tour. Sponsored by DesignOn HPMKT by IMC. RSVP required. To Register visit: http://www.imchighpointmarket.com/webinars-and-events/


Speakers: Andre’ Hilton

RSVP Required

20018

2:30pm - 3:30pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Translating Consumer Psychology Into Sales

Educational

Home Furnishings Association - Retailer Resource Center

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

Consumer perceptions and purchases of furniture are unique for many reasons. How consumers shop doesn’t match how retailers sell, leaving shoppers overwhelmed with choices and not fully satisfied with their home furnishings. What’s important to them? What’s specific to furniture? What assistance do they expect? What role do different channels play? Attend this session to gain practical insights on how to engage with consumers on their terms to achieve omnichannel success.


Speakers: Laura Khoury

20001

3pm - 4pm, Sat. Oct. 16

KEYNOTE SERIES - Blazing Your Own Trail: Creative Ways to Grow a Business Through Influence & Partnerships

Educational

High Point Theatre (located in the Transportation Terminal)

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Over the last 10 years, the power of influence has evolved into a saturated & fragmented landscape. Competition is fierce, the stakes high & attention spans are short, leaving influencers, brands & designers tasked with finding innovative ways to keep people’s attention. With influence democratized & no clear play book on partnerships, Colette Shelton, founder of COCOCOZY and Chirpyest, has gone from corporate to entrepreneurship to successful brand partner by stepping out of her comfort zone & taking career risks. Join Colette in a discussion, moderated by Breegan Jane, on how to design authentic influence, navigate partnerships & build empires. Presented by High Point Market Authority. Sponsored by etúHOME.


CEU Hours: 1.0

Speakers: Colette Shelton, Breegan Jane

20012

3pm - 4pm, Sat. Oct. 16

The Generator: Accelerating the Industry Through Access to Technology

Educational

The Commons at Congdon Yards, 410 W. English Road (Red Line Stop 27)

Neighborhood: North Elm

In a world of advanced technology, how do you gain traction for a prototype or new product launch without costly equipment to carry the load? The answer is The Generator, a catalyst that provides access for fabricators to state-of-the-art equipment typically inaccessible to start-ups and small companies. Discover how this project accelerates the furniture industry and provides access to technology for all. Whether you’re a designer, a manufacturer, or a maker, your dream to launch something new is within reach – and right here in High Point. You are invited to visit The Generator inside the all-new Congdon Yards (formerly Plant 7), located in the North Elm neighborhood of the Market district.


Speakers: Justin Stabb, Walt Ruffier

20056

3pm - 5pm, Sat. Oct. 16

20th Anniversary Cocktail Party

Social

Howard Elliott Collection, IHFC, Hamilton, Floor 2, H224

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Shuttle Stop: 1 (Transportation Terminal)

Celebrating 20 years of Howard Elliott Collection with Cocktails and Appetizers.


20087

3pm - 3:30pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Business Breakthrough Book Signing with Gail Doby

Social

The Point (on Commerce Ave, one block from the Transportation Terminal)

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

Gail Doby began her coaching & consulting business to save interior designers the stress & suffering that she had experienced while running her own design firm. After helping literally thousands of designers find remarkable success, Doby has written a new book that shares many of those secrets & strategies. Business Breakthrough: Your Creative Value Blueprint to Get Paid What You’re Worth provides a business model that delivers the right balance of creativity, seamless process & pricing options that designers of all types & sizes can apply to earn more money with less stress. The book also gives practical tips on management & leadership skills, what fees to charge, how to market yourself & more. Books available for purchase onsite.


Speakers: Gail Doby

20062

3pm - 4:30pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Designer Discussion Panel

Educational

Mr. Brown London, 114-116 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

Shuttle Stop: 25 (Red Line)

Mr. Brown London will be hosting a Designer's Discussion Panel on the second floor of their showroom. This event is put together by the Mr. Brown marketing team along with team members from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle. Their Editor, Clinton R. Smith, will take charge of the discussion as the moderator for this event.


Speakers: Tish Kirk, Denise McGaha, Robert Brown

20128

3:30pm - 4:30pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Emerging Voices, Fresh Perspective and Innovative Vision

Educational

Norwalk Furniture, IHFC, Main, Floor 1, M108

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Shuttle Stop: 1 (Transportation Terminal)

Too often our industry discourse is focused on a small circle of speakers and the same topics and points of view over and over. We need fresh ideas and concepts to reinvigorate our practice of design. This panel includes three generations of practitioners and will explore intergenerational dynamics, holistic and experiential design, sensory design, and the convergence of new technologies and neuroscience as we endeavor to create design that is founded on precedent while embracing the future.


Speakers: Monika Nessbach, Dani Blake, Svetlana Hanzy, Gary Inman, Zach Hodgin

20104

4pm - 5:30pm, Sat. Oct. 16

IDS Member Lounge Sip-and-See

Social

Interior Design Society Member Lounge, Radio Building, Floor 8

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

Shuttle Stop: 14 (Red/Green Line)

Stop by to see the new and expanded Interior Design Society Member Lounge! The expanded IDS Headquarters will feature furnishings from our sponsors, and will offer a place for IDS members to rest, work, and more. During High Point Market, professional headshots and a beauty bar will be available in the lounge. Reservations must be made for these offerings in advance. Bites and beverages will be served during the Sip-and-See.


RSVP Required

20064

4pm - 6pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Daily Cocktail Hour

Social

InsideOut Performance Fabrics, 311 N. Hamilton St., 3rd Fl

Shuttle Stop: 18 (Red Line)

Join us for cocktails daily from 4:00pm - 6:00pm at our 311 North Hamilton (3rd Floor) Main Showroom and at our 200 Steele Building (3rd Floor) Outreach Gallery. Cheers!


20114

4pm - 6pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Exquisite Hour - Libations, Bites + The Best Selection of Rugs!

Social

Exquisite Rugs, IHFC, Hamilton, Floor 2, H220

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Shuttle Stop: 1 (Transportation Terminal)

Join us for Happy Hour! Every evening during Market we will happily help you wrap up your day with libations, lite bites and invigorating conversation. Visit Exquisite Rugs' newly expanded showroom daily October 16 to 20 from 4pm to 6pm. Meet with with our creative team and discover what sets Exquisite Rugs apart from the rest!


20080

4pm - 6pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Casa Italia Grand Opening Event

Social

Natuzzi Americas Inc., Casa Italia, Floor 1, 130 W. Commerce Ave.

Neighborhood: Market Square and Elm

Shuttle Stop: 14 (Red/Green Line)

Enjoy Italian-themed food and drink and toast the new showrooms of eight globally recognized leaders: Calia Italia, Calligaris, Connubia, Ditre Italia, Gamma Arredamenti, Luceplan, Natuzzi Italia, Natuzzi Editions, Nicoletti Home and Tomasella, all housed in one of the Market's most iconic showrooms. Designed by architect Mario Bellini of Milan, Italy, the four-story landmark resembling a ship's bow is now Casa Italia, a center of excellence for Italian design in the heart of High Point.


20078

4pm - 5pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Flexsteel's Insider's Tour Reception

Social

Flexsteel Industries, Inc., IHFC, Commerce, Floor 5, C558, C602A

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Shuttle Stop: 1 (Transportation Terminal)

Get an insider's look into Flexsteel's new contemporary showroom on Saturday, October 16th 2021 between 4pm and 5pm EST. Flexsteel is one of the industries most reliably traditional furniture brands, but recently completed a major brand refresh aimed to attract a new generation of buyers with a sleek new look and attitude. Designers and buyers will get exclusive access to their new lifestyle-driven look and feel, be inspired, and build those on-going connections during this closing reception.


RSVP Required

20019

4pm - 5pm, Sat. Oct. 16

How to Get More Sales by Giving Your Customers Homework

Educational

Home Furnishings Association - Retailer Resource Center

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

Homework? Yes! This is an untapped tool to keep customers who are missing a fundamental element in their decision-making process from continuing to shop your competition...and buy from YOU. Come and learn how easy it can be for you customer say YES by keeping them engaged with insights that will make the sale easier on everyone involved, including your sales team!


Speakers: Jody Seivert

20153

4pm - 7pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Cortney VIP Party

Social

Cortney’s Collection, Commerce & Design, Floor 8, 8N

Neighborhood: Market Square and Elm

Shuttle Stop: 14 (Red/Green Line)

Cortney meet and greet with book signing. Happy hour and hors d'oeuvres. Music and swag bags.


Speakers: Cortney Novogratz

20147

5pm - 7:30pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Alexa Hampton Celebrates the High Point Debut of Markham Roberts at Theodore Alexander

Social

Theodore Alexander, 229 W. Russell Ave.

Shuttle Stop: 8 (Green Line)

Alexa Hampton invites you to the High Point debut of her long time friend, Elle Décor A-List & AD100 Designer, Markham Roberts. He will be signing copies of his beloved books, Notes on Decorating and Decorating The Way I See It. Join us for a safe, socially distanced book signing & lively cocktail party at the Theodore Alexander Showroom Saturday night and let’s welcome Markham to High Point in true #HPMKT STYLE!


Speakers: Alexa Hampton, Markham Roberts

RSVP Required

20146

5pm - 7pm, Sat. Oct. 16

US/Mexico Networking Reception

Social

The Point (on Commerce Ave, one block from the Transportation Terminal)

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

In light of the pandemic’s deep disruption of global supply chains, the North Carolina Furniture Export Office in partnership with the Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers, Inc., and the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is working to connect North Carolina companies to potential domestic and international suppliers. This reception will engage furniture manufacturers, lumber companies, and component suppliers to develop partnerships for increasing collaboration and trade. A formal invitation is forthcoming, but all North Carolina and Mexico manufacturers are encouraged to attend. An RSVP will be required. Please contact Liz Isley (liz.isley@edpnc.com) with any questions.


20144

5pm - 8pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Libations and Music at Ro Sham Beaux

Social

Ro Sham Beaux, 122 N. Main St.

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

Shuttle Stop: 25 (Red Line)

Come relax with a cocktail while you listen to great live music and stroll through the showroom!


20132

5pm - 7pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Kisses Sweeter Than Wine

Social

Scarborough House Fine Furniture and Furnishings, 200 Steele, Floor 1, 119

Shuttle Stop: 17 (Red Line)

Celebrating 25 years with sweet chocolates, decadent wine, and lots of bubbly champagne - join us!


20084

5pm - 7pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Studio Designer 10K Party: Celebrating 10,000 Studio Designer Clients!

Social

Pandora’s Manor, 407 W High Ave, High Point, NC

We are thrilled to announce a momentous milestone - Studio Designer now has 10,000 clients! Together, we’ve accomplished a lot. We’ve launched three product generations, generated billions of dollars in orders, and created countless new features and tools to help you do what you love: create beautiful spaces. With endless ways to customize and tailor Studio Designer to manage and grow your design business, there are 10,000 (or more!) reasons to love Studio Designer. Join us to celebrate them all! To learn more, visit: https://hello.studiodesigner.com/10kparty.


20121

5pm - 8pm, Sat. Oct. 16

After Hours at The Point

Social

The Point (on Commerce Ave, one block from the Transportation Terminal)

Neighborhood: Downtown Main

Unwind after a full day of inspiration at Market with beer and wine from local brewery, Brown Truck Brewery, and some of the finest food truck creations Market has to offer. Take time to reflect, connect with other Market guests, or simply put your feet up and enjoy a quick break before heading back out for the evening's social events.


20122

6pm - 9pm, Sat. Oct. 16

Eats & Beats at Center Stage

Social

Center Stage, in between the Transportation Terminal and Showplace

Neighborhood: Commerce Concourse

Let relaxation and reconnection take center stage as you join a few hundred of our best friends at a new kind of evening concert experience. Featuring cool beats and hot eats, it's the perfect way to end your Market day.