Registration Open for 75th Edition of The National Hardware Show

Three new year-round digital platforms designed to serve the hardware and home improvement communities will be added to the 2021 in-person event

The National Hardware Show® (NHS) has launched registration for its 75th edition, which will take place October 21-23, 2021 in the new West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. The most comprehensive event, education, and networking platform serving the hardware and home improvement industry is now accepting registrations. Members of the industry are encouraged to sign up for free right now to take advantage of all that NHS has to offer.

“We couldn’t be more excited to return to Las Vegas for our 75th edition Show,” said Beth Casson, Event Leader, National Hardware Show. “While the world has changed significantly since our last visit to the Convention Center, NHS has adapted to remain the primary hub for hardware and home improvement communities to stay connected – be it virtually or in-person.”

The National Hardware Show offers exhibitors and suppliers a unique opportunity to put products in front of the industry’s most diversified selection of buyers to develop sales leads, and build partnerships. Meanwhile, buyers and other participants can learn about the latest and most diverse variety of products available and trends defining the future of the hardware and home improvement industry.

In addition, NHS added a year-round digital component this year – NHS Connects – to deliver thought leadership, global insights and unrivaled sourcing and networking opportunities for its communities. Members can use the online platform to find the latest goods and vendors, interact with new and existing customers, and keep up with the latest industry education and content.

NHS also offers HABITAT, a new platform that will be active during the event, both online and on-site, displaying the hardware and home improvement industry’s hottest ideas and breakthroughs. HABITAT, where merchandise and mission meet, is a lens on the future and how our industry can rise to meet the changes in our world.

Finally, NHS introduced PUNCHlist, a bi-weekly editorial publication that highlights trends, cultural shifts, and ingenuity from major corporations and thought leaders. Please register here to be included on the PUNCHlist distribution list.

“Despite all of the exciting developments at NHS, we remain focused on our core pledge to our community – uniting and guiding the hardware and home improvement industry at our live events and on our interactive channels by delivering unparalleled opportunities for fostering connections, deepening insights and helping to build innovative and profitable strategies for tomorrow,” Casson concluded.

For more information about the National Hardware Show, visit www.nationalhardwareshow.com.

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