Pulse for giftware, modern living & retail insight

By Chris Dawson April 10, 2016 - 3:00 pm

PulsePulse is the definitive event in the show calender for retailers looking for the latest trend-leading giftware, modern living and retail insight.

Pulse takes place over three days from Sunday the 15th to Tuesday the 17th of May at Olympia in London.

Design Exhibition

DesignPulse will see suppliers exhibiting inspiring Autumn/Winter 2016/17 design and fashion trends including 140 UK and international brands that retail buyers will have never seen before at any other UK trade events. If you’re in the market for new cutting edge design Pulse will be well worth a visit.

You can also plan your shopping list ahead of the show with Pulse Unseen, a brand new online product gallery showcasing the latest product launches first.

‘Shop Talk’ Seminar Program

Pulse also brings visitors a packed ShopTalk seminar programme featuring distinctive speakers who will offer invaluable retail insight and inspirational stories. The stellar lineup includes, Liberty, Heals, Farrow & Ball and Imperial War Museum.

Tamebay have also been invited to speak at Pulse to talk about how gift and home ware bricks and mortar retailers can get started on marketplaces and why marketplaces should be an essential part of their growth strategy.

We know there are plenty of gift and home wares retailers who read Tamebay and want to know your top tips for retailers who are about to start selling on marketplaces.

Would you start with eBay and Amazon or should new retailers be looking at NotOnTheHighStreet and Etsy first. Should they list new in-season stock or are marketplaces still more suitable for off season or end of line liquidation?

I’ve a bit of research to do before my talk at Pulse, so any and all advice and opinions are welcome.

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