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Nov 2016
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Nov 2016
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Jacob K. Javits Convention Center of New York 655 W. 34th St.
New York , NY 10001
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Type: Indoor - Convention Center

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BDNY 2016 - Boutique Design New York

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center of New York
B2B 95,000 5,000 600+

EVENT DESCRIPTION

Event Overview:

Boutique Design New York ( BDNY), presented by Boutique Design, is the leading trade fair for the hospitality & leisure design industry, held in New York City on an annual basis. Ranked as the fastest growing trade fair in the United States, BDNY brings together thought leaders from all sectors of the hospitality design community to explore what’s new and what’s next. Whether the latest FF&E or the most compelling conference topic, if it matters to the hospitality design world, it’s happening at BDNY.

With its emphasis on style-led, boutique exhibit spaces, BDNY creates a forum for conversations between design teams and manufacturers. More than 600 curated displays covering 80,000 net sq. ft. offer a gallery of furnishings, lighting, fabrics, wallcoverings, flooring, carpeting, bath and spa, accessories, artwork and more. Attendees can get up close and personal with the products that create the wow in hotels, restaurants, spas, clubs and cruise ships around the world and the decision makers who create them.

Modeled after the lifestyle hotels profiled in every issue of Boutique Design magazine, BDNY’s trade fair floor is a gathering space for networking, learning and relaxing. Innovative Designed Spaces give attendees and exhibitors a place to kick back, catch up or just people/product watch in areas created by some of the best-known design firms in the industry.

BDNY’s extensive conference programming puts attendees in touch with the visionaries who are reshaping the future of the industry. Designers, hoteliers and other experts drill down into topics that will change the definition of what makes good design into great design. Signature sessions such as Power Players: Women Leaders in Hospitality and Brand Central and CEU-accredited panels put attendees in the same room with influencers who are making design history.

Networking  is on the menu at a variety of special events at BDNY from the opening reception to the NEWH Green Voices session, the BD/ISHP Owners Grill and, capping off the show, the gala that recognizes the winners and finalists of the year’s Gold Key Award for Excellence in Hospitality Design.

Attendee Information:

Why Attend?


To see, touch and discover inventive design elements for hotels, resorts, cruise ships, restaurants, spas, casinos, nightclubs and other hospitality venues.

BDNY serves hospitality design professionals in the eastern United States, Europe and Canada with a multi-faceted trade fair experience focused on innovation and creativity.

Exhibitor Information:

We’ve designed our trade fairs with two primary OBJECTIVES IN MIND:
- Deliver a high ROI for our exhibitors and attendees
- Increase audience engagement on the trade fair fl oor
BD trade fairs cater to interior designers, architects, purchasing agents working on hospitality projects and hospitality firm owners and operators with design responsibility.

NOW IN ITS SEVENTH YEAR, BDNY EXPANDS TO 95,000 NET SQUARE FEET!
BDNY serves the Eastern U.S. hospitality marketplace, where more than a dozen large hotel chains and hospitality businesses are based, including Choice Hotels International, Hilton Worldwide, Host Hotels & Resorts, Interstate Hotels & Resorts, Loews Hotels & Resorts, Mariott International, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and Wyndham Worldwide.

What makes BDNY unique?
- High-energy location in North America’s design epicenter
- NYC, an unparalleled source of inspiration, new development – high concentration of hospitality companies in the region
- Heightened focus on conference programming
- Co-located with HX: The Hotel Experience, formerly IHMRS
- Coincides with the Gold Key Award for Excellence in Hospitality

ATTENDEES:
Estimated 5,000 interior designers, architects, purchasing agents, hospitality owners/developers primarily based in the Eastern United States. Secondary regions include Europe and Canada.

EXHIBITORS:
More than 600 manufacturers and marketers of innovative design elements for hotels, resorts, cruise ships, restaurants, spas, casinos, night clubs and other related projects.

PRODUCT CATEGORIES INCLUDE:
accessories - architectural materials - artwork
bath & spa - carpet and flooring - electronics
fabrics - furniture - lighting - tabletop
wall coverings - window treatments

Co-located with HX: The Hotel Experience (formerly IHMRS)

Not sure if you want to exhibit at or attend the BDNY 2016 - Boutique Design New York? See the panels below to get the information you need to make an informed decision.

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EVENT DETAILS

Primary Industry:
Design Services
Other Industries:
Architecture & Construction, Design Services
Audience:
BDNY attracts 5,000 designers, architects, purchasing executives and developers, in addition to hotel owners and operators already attending the adjacent HX: The Hotel Experience (formerly IHMRS).
Notes:
Show Owner:
Boutique Design
Sponsorship: Yes

Exhibitor Information +

Booth Details:

Booth Size
Booth Cost
Standard Booth Space
$50 per sq. ft.
5' x 10' Premium Booth Space
$72 per sq. ft.
10' x 10' & 10' x 20' Premium Booth Space
$66.25 per sq. ft.
Amenities
Electricity:
n/a
Water:
n/a
Generator:
n/a
Marketing Vehicles Allowed:
Yes
Services
n/a
Show Owner
Boutique Design
Show Manager
ST Media Group
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