What do you see when you look into the future? Do you see opportunities and breakthroughs or problems and obstacles? Store brands is based on optimism. It is all about taking advantage of the future and growing. That is what you will see for yourself if you exhibit or attend PLMA’s 2017 Private Label Trade Show.
You can become part of this exciting phenomenon. Private label market share has reached nearly 25% of unit sales in the U.S. and is expanding faster than national brands. Retailers coast-to-coast have committed themselves to an aggressive store brands strategy while specialty chains are using their own brands to create shopper loyalty unheard of only a few years ago.
Buyers from every channel will be at the 2017 show. Today’s supermarkets, supercenters, drug chains, mass merchandisers, convenience stores, online retailers, importers, exporters, wholesalers, discounters, and even military exchanges, will all on hand, looking for new products and identifying new suppliers.
For more than 30 years, PLMA’s annual trade show has been the industry event of the year, where retailers and wholesalers source for their private label programs. More than 1,300 companies from 40 countries will be exhibiting their products, including 25 international pavilions. Exhibitors range from small and medium-size companies to well-known national brand makers who also supply store brands.
No show offers participants a greater opportunity to meet. PLMA’s online Show Preview helps buyers and sellers to identify interesting products in advance of the show and set up one-on-one meetings. PLMA’s Idea Supermarket displays private label programs of retailers around the world to benchmark what the industry is doing. And all of this is concentrated into two days of show floor time to maximize exhibitor and visitor time.
If you would like to exhibit at PLMA’s 2017 Private Label Trade Show, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to attend the Show as a visitor, go to www.plmaregistration.com
Private Label Manufacturers Association
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