ILS Seminar Schedule April 2016
From retail advice to the state of retail in the US, the International Lingerie Show (ILS) has seven seminars geared towards informing and empowering buyers attending the annual trade show at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas.
The seminars begin on Tuesday, April 5, 2016 with Plus Size Your Business hosted by designer Tia Lyn of Tia Lyn Lingerie. From 8am – 9am, Tia guides retailers on how to expand their retail business to its fullest potential by increasing their customer base and profit margin by exploring this category.
The Strip Club Connection from 9am – 10am, hosted by Megan Swartz and Roxi D’lite of Storerotica, inform visitors the growing and profitable worlds of Adult Nightclubs and Adult Stores.
The Home Pleasure Party Plan Association’s (HPPPA) Tamara Bell rolls out its product catalog and gives attendees insights and tips on how to sell various adult novelty products.
From 1pm – 2pm, the Adult Retail Industry takes center stage during the State of the Retail Union with Wade Ulrich, CEO of Fairvilla Megastore; Larry Garland, CEO and founder of Eldorado Trading Company and Gary Krupkin, of Condoms to Go and Sara’s Secret. This is an in-depth look at the challenges that face the adult retail industry from the perspective of these three industry professionals.
How to Become a Sexual Health Resource in your Community by Kira Manser, executive director at the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health gives attendees insights and tools on how their retail business can offer more than just product from 2pm – 3pm.
Translating Lingerie Trends to Sales is the subject of the next seminar from 3pm – 4pm hosted by Seven ’till Midnight’s Vinh Luong.
The last seminar of the day is hosted by HPPPA and is a panel discussion on Home Party Plans & Brick & Mortar Store owners from 4pm – 5pm.
On Wednesday April 6, Larry Garland of Eldorado goes in depth on the Importance of having an Online Presence for your Lingerie Business. “With a surprisingly little investment, creating an online presence can really affect your bottom line in a positive way,” says Larry.