Buyers Market of American Craft

The Buyers Market of American Craft is the nation’s largest wholesale trade show, providing artists a professional venue to build relationships with qualified wholesale craft buyers. Approximately 2,000 artists exhibit to more than 9,000 buyers from 3,000 companies from across the United States and Canada. Held biannually, Buyers Market exhibitors realize more than $42 million in sales each year. The Buyers Market was twice named one of the 50 Fastest Growing Trade Shows in America by "Tradeshow Week" magazine.

External links

* [http://www.AmericanCraft.com AmericanCraft.com]
* [http://www.NICHEmag.com NICHE Magazine]


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