National Hardware Show Appoints New Lead for Buyer Programs
From: NHS 2017
Norwalk, CT (November 7, 2016)—Reed Exhibitions announced today that Kimberly Fox has joined the National Hardware Show team to lead the brand's buyer programs and extend its strong relationships with hardware and home improvement professionals.
Fox comes to the National Hardware Show with over 20 years' experience in the tradeshow industry as a well-respected sales leader and innovator, continually focused on fostering strong relationships with her customers and partners. Kim's background includes 6+ years of matching buyers with sellers in her role as National Account Manager on Reed's One2one Summit business. Understanding what customers are selling and knowing how to connect them with the relevant buyers will be an immediate asset to the NHS event and industry.
"I'm looking forward to learning as much as possible about the industry, understanding what the future looks like and how NHS can help drive their businesses— focusing on feedback and direct input from our customers. I'm confident that my experience and a fresh perspective will help develop new relationships and programs to meet the needs of this evolving industry," says Fox.
Rich Russo, Vice President of the National Hardware Show said, "Kimberly has been a perennial leader throughout Reed Exhibitions and the various industries she's worked in. We are thrilled to have her on board with the National Hardware Show and look forward to her strengthening current and developing new relationships in the industry while also focusing on new programs to better support our customers' needs."
Kim will kick off her role visiting key buyers and actively participating in industry events. She is eager to become attuned to the needs of the industry and how the National Hardware Show can innovate to meet challenges and changing needs. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the National Hardware Show®
The National Hardware Show celebrates a rich history spanning over 70 years of serving the home improvement marketplace. From its early beginnings in New York during the post-World War II housing boom and eventual move to Chicago in the 1970s, to today's current location in Las Vegas, the National Hardware Show continually evolves through the industry's involvement, commitment and passion to improving America's quality of life through their homes. Today, the National Hardware Show is the place for global manufacturers, associations, organizations and the media to unveil their new products, ideas and insight to a broad spectrum of home improvement resellers. For more information on the National Hardware Show, visit nationalhardwareshow.com.