KBIS and Connect Exhibitors and Designers

April 05, 2012

The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) and Trade Only Design Library (TODL), a product-level design research library for trade professionals, have partnered to offer exhibitors and attendees access to the site’s resources, including visibility within a KBIS online library.

This partnership is designed to provide an opportunity for KBIS’s exhibitor community to gain additional brand exposure pre- and post-show via the ability to create an interactive product brochure and connect with TODL’s more than 50,000 members year-round.

“Our partnership with TODL enables us to make the show experience even more valuable to our wide variety of attendees and exhibitors by guaranteeing increased exposure and interest in their product offering year-round,” said Jim Scott, managing director of the show. “The KBIS Kitchen and Bath library will offer an array of opportunities to maintain the momentum and excitement exhibitors generate at the show while helping the library’s trade members to quickly find the ideal solutions they need to complete their dream projects.”

KBIS 2012 exhibitors will receive a free brochure listing in the design library and appear in all appropriate product and service searches within the TODL library. Exhibitors will also receive inclusion in a special KBIS Kitchen and Bath library featuring a range of exhibitors and links to their booth numbers, enabling attendees to tag companies to see at the show or directly link to KBIS Connect to set appointments. Free membership runs through December 2012.

 “The partnership between KBIS and TODL is all about building a bridge between online specification search and the unique in-person experience at the show,” said Stacey Tiveron, TODL founder. “TODL simplifies the design process by instantly connecting designers and manufacturers at the product level. Manufacturers get increased exposure and the designers receive the products they need to complete their projects; it’s a win-win.”

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