New Venue For 2013 NYICS

Buyers attending 2013 Metro Market Week and the New York International Carpet Show will see the new look at NYICS. Just minutes to the traditional Carpet District, the show will be held on the ground floor of a Manhattan showplace—the Metropolitan Pavilion on 18th Street. Dates for the show will be October 6-8. Owner Dennis Dodds promises it will be a treasure trove of high quality, innovative new introductions, ravishing collections, deep programs and must have one-of-a-kinds that sell well in today’s design-oriented market. Custom capability will be a major feature.

This combined trade event during Metro Market Week is a dynamic destination with lots of activities for participants during the important New York Fall Market in October. A schedule of receptions and parties will soon be available. Top tier International carpetmakers, including acclaimed German designer Jan Kath of Jan Kath Design, London’s Knots Rugs, and Toronto’s Creative Matters, join market leaders Tamarian Carpets, Zollanvari, Woven Legends, Kooches, Wool & Silk Rugs, Tissage, Sahar, Eliko Decorative Rugs, Lapchi Hand-made Carpets, J. D. Staron Galleries, French Accents, New Moon Rugs, Modern Tribal Arts, Asha Carpets, Amici Imports, The New England Collection, Bespoke Rugs, Revita Rugs, Jade, Aminco, D&K Wholesale, Robin Gray Design…and more to come.

“NYICS boosts business and these stunning carpets spark higher profits. They are the stars of the show.” says Dennis Dodds, founder and owner of the highly-touted event, now in its ninth consecutive year.”Our top vendors make the market. They have the vision. And this don’t-miss annual trade event is their signature show. We are on the leading edge of a new age of artisan carpetmaking and the New York International Carpet Show leads the way.”

NYICS is delighted to again cooperate with the dedicated organizers of Metro Market Week to serve the trade show needs of this industry. For information email Dodds at nyics1@juno.com, or by phone: 215.248.0494. NYICS is a member of the ORIA.

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