Demand for organized closets, garages and other
home storage areas will rise steadily over the next four years.
At the IWF 2016 Closet Symposium on August 23 in Atlanta, Georgia, you’ll learn how the closet industry has evolved.
Learn about this rapidly growing sector from
Bob Lewis, CEO, Closet & Storage Concepts
has positioned his closet franchise brands for
growth through internally manufactured products, acquisitions
Jeff Bruzzesi, president, and Mike Mendelsohn, marketing director, Closets Factory,
Virginia Beach, Virginia: a closets company builds an entire
house for the annual Homearama
Joe Lonardo, president, Bella Systems Closets, moderates
The Great Debate - In-source or Outsource, a panel of presenters will weigh the merits of internally produced closets and
wood components, versus outsourced supply..
Troy Greenberg, president, Redline Garage Gear, South
Beloit, Illinois: the garage is the main entrance for many
homes, and increasingly is upgraded.
Jeff Klein, president, Closet & Cabinets Experts, Savannah,
Georgia: how to successfully launch an independent firm.
Also on the program:
State of the Closet Home Storage Industry: market
profile, forecast, outlook for franchises and indepen-
dent retailers – Laurel Didier, publisher, Closets
Major marketers on the Home Storage Scene: a
survey of the supply chain and evolving marketing
strategies of industry leaders: Closets Maid, The
Stow Co., Sauder’s Closet Trac, Rubbermaid, and others
Closet Design Trends: What Winning Projects Tell Us: a
presentation drawn from luxury closet manufacturers and
designers including Wood Mode, Neff, Best of Houzz, and
the Top Shelf Closet Design Awards - Michaelle Bradford,
Editor, Closets magazine
Closet & Home Storage Technology and Mechanics: panel
session on patented and proprietary designs and applications.
IWF Closets Symposium: business &
design in today’s home storage market
IWF 2016 | By Bill Esler
Join these industry experts and learn more about this rapidly growing sector.
Photo: Closet & Storage Concepts