Consumer Products: Events
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To view event sites with multiple industry listings, please visit the Shows and Events section of the Resource Directory.
The website of the business-to-business magazine, Appliance Design provides a large listing of meetings and educational programs related to the appliance manufacturing business.
Consumer Product Events aims to connect consumer packaged goods with press and those looking to purchase them. New product events are one day showcases which allow exhibitors to demonstrate and sample products.
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) sponsors events ranging in scope from the entire electronics industry to the home theatre sector. Events take place in various countries.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) serves as an advocate for companies in the food and beverage and consumer products industries. Its event calendar offers a wide range of conferences, workshops, and webinars for companies involved in the consumer packaged goods industry. These events can be virtual, but are also located in a variety of cities across the U.S.
The Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals in Business (SOCAP International) is a member-driven organization that works to make the consumer products industry remain competitive in business. Its events and education page provides a listing of upcoming conferences, meetings, and summits. Users may also browse through an archive of past events.
The Consumer Goods Forum is a global, industry-based network that works to bring together manufacturers and retailers in pursuit of business practices within the consumer goods industry. The site's calendar provides users with upcoming events hosted by the forum, which can be sorted by topic and date of the event.
Toy Directory provides a calendar of events listing industry related shows and expositions. International as well as domestic shows are included.
The events calendar portion of the Toy Industry Association, Inc. (TIA) contains events related specifically to the toys sector of the consumer goods industry. Events range from professional development to informal gatherings.