An international design consultant will help AGHA take the traditional trade show experience to a new level of sophistication and engagement.
As part of the company’s annual general meeting, Australian Gift & Homewares Association confirmed the election of three new board members.
Retailers have been given extra time to enter the Australian Gifts and Homewares Association’s Makeover Madness competition to help educate them on the benefits of visual merchandising.
The Australian Gift and Homewares Association has unveiled plans for a trade show it claims will rival the leading events around the world.
A month out from the August Home & Giving Fair, retailers have been urged to plan ahead to make the most of the Melbourne-based event.
The AGHA blog brings together more than 10 leading bloggers and industry experts who will delve into topics ranging from product and design trends to sustainable business practices to social media marketing.
A study by the AGHA has revealed more than 67 per cent of its retail members are not employing any additional sales staff for the Christmas period.
The AGHA has launched VENDe, an e-marketplace to facilitate online trading and networking between wholesalers and retailers in the gift and homewares industry.
Nigel Kirby has been elected as the new president of AGHA. He is the owner and operator of Science and Nature, a manufacturer and distributor of children's toys and souvenir products.
The AGHA as launched a campaign in a push for the federal government to cancel its carbon tax scheme, describing the tax as "an ill-conceived and lazy approach to the issue of climate change".
GHA has launched a new brand identity, Australian Gift & Homewares Association & More, to reflect its future strategic approach within the retail sector.