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Insights on Government and Regulatory Issues: HFPA TexTalk with Bob Leo

Bob Leo joined us for a TexTalk, providing crucial updates on new and ongoing government and regulatory matters. This insightful session delved into various critical topics affecting the home fashion industry, offering attendees valuable information and actionable insights. Leo began by addressing the timely issue of tariffs, highlighting recent developments under the Biden administration. Notably, …

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Unlocking Growth in Home Textiles: Insights from Joe Derochowski’s TEX Talk

Joe Derochowski, VP of Circana, brought his expertise to the forefront once again in HFPA’s highly anticipated webinar, TEX Talk Textiles Today and Tomorrow. The session dived deep into the challenges and opportunities facing the industry, offering a roadmap for growth in these dynamic times. The Business Landscape: Navigating Challenges and Seizing Opportunities Derochowski highlighted …

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Home Fashion Products Association (HFPA) Foundation Donates to Fashion Institute of Technology and Thomas Jefferson University

December, 2023— HFPA Foundation contributed $15,000 to the Fashion & Textiles Futures Center of Thomas Jefferson University (TJU) and $25,000 to the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), split between the Textile/Surface Design Department and the Home Products Development Department. A portion of the donations went directly to individual student scholarships and some funds were set …

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Home Fashion Products Association Announces Market Week Dates for 2026

At its Annual Membership Meeting last week, the Home Fashion Products Association (HFPA) announced the dates for the 2026 New York Home Fashion Market Weeks as approved by the HFPA Board of Directors. The dates below avoid religious and bank holidays. The Board welcomes members and industry affiliates to participate. Market week dates for 2026 …

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Home Fashion Products Association Announces Market Week Dates for 2024 & 2025

(New York) The Home Fashion Products Association (HFPA) today announces the dates for the 2024 and 2025 New York Home Fashion Market Weeks as approved by the Board of Directors. The dates below avoid religious and bank holidays. The Board welcomes members and industry affiliates to participate! Market week dates for 2024 will be: Monday, …

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HFPA Announces ‎ Market Week Dates for 2024 and 2025‎

The Home Fashion Products Association (HFPA) today announces the dates for the 2024 and 2025 New York Home Fashion Market Weeks as approved by the Board of Directors. The dates below avoid religious and bank holidays. The Board welcomes members and industry affiliates to participate! Market week dates for 2024 will be:Monday, March 18 – …

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Jeff Kaufman Steps Down Following Six Year Tenure

NEW YORK, NY (JUNE 1, 2021) – Jeff Kaufman, Home Fashion Products Association (HFPA) President andPresident/COO of Avanti Linens announced that he would be stepping down from his role as HFPAPresident, effective June 1, but will serve on the board as a director. Filling Kaufman’s unexpired termwill be HFPA Vice President Charles Gaenslen, CEO, Loftex …

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HTT Blog: Now’s the Time

Last month, the president of the Home Fashion Products Association (HFPA) travelled to Washington to testify against the Trump Administration proposal to levy 25% tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese imports, including home textiles. It takes effort to get a seat at the table for these hearings. Trade organizations and individual companies wanting to …

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