Exhibitors return to The Inspired Home Show 2023 after Covid break in 2022

Top housewares brands that were unable to participate in The Inspired Home Show 2022 are committing to returning to the Show in 2023, the International Housewares Association announced last week. More than 100 exhibitors that sat out the 2022 Show have already submitted space applications for the 2023 Show, which is set for 4-7 March at Chicago’s McCormick Place Complex.

Among the returning exhibitors to date are:

· Addis Housewares

· Aroma Housewares

· Artland

· ASD Electrical Equipment

· Atlantic Promotions

· Bradshaw Home

· Brod & Taylor

· Cambridge Silversmiths

· Chantal

· Core Home

· Coway Co.

· Cuisinart

· Danica

· Dexas International

· Emson/E. Mishan & Sons

· Enchante Accessories

· Epilady USA

· Epoca International

· Etekcity

· Fit & Fresh

· Formula Brands

· Free-Free (USA)

· Galanz Americas

· Genieco

· Godinger Silver Art

· Handi-Foil

· HDS Trading

· HMS Mfg.

· Holstein Housewares

· Hutzler Mfg.Co.

· Lifetime Brands

· Lipper International

· Made by Gather

· Mr. Bar-B-Q

· MUkitchen

· Nellie’s Clean

· Nespresso USA

· Nordic Ware

· Over and Back


· PackIt

· Polder Products

· Pro-Mart Industries

· Productos de Plastico

· Progressive International

· Regal Ware

· SodaStream USA

· Spectrum Brands

· Takeya USA

· Technivorm-Moccamaster

· Thermos

· Tristar Products

· Vivitar Sakar

· Westinghouse Electric

· ZeroWater


“We were one of the brands that sat out of The Inspired Home Show 2022,” said Rob Michelson, president and CCO, Bradshaw Home. “Although Covid concerns made our participation impossible this past year, we are very excited and enthusiastic to get back to the Show in 2023 and rebuild those face-to-face engagements that are critical to our success.”

“As face-to-face events continue to rebound, we are thankful for the support of our exhibitors and the buying community in keeping The Inspired Home Show the premier housewares marketplace,” said Derek Miller, IHA president & CEO. “Our industry is most successful when it comes together, and it’s wonderful to see the support from so many companies and brands. IHA will continue to work to make the 2023 Show as meaningful and productive as possible for the benefit of all attendees.”

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