Dwell on Design LA, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, is America’s Largest Design Event. Last year, over 30,000 people attended this 3-day modern home show where you can see cutting-edge modern products, hear from design industry leaders, and interact with thousands of experts in the field of design and beyond.
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The annual Home Furnishings Networking Conference brings together retailers, vendors and manufacturers from across the nation to learn, connect and have fun. This year the conference includes SFC programming to help forward-thinking companies achieve a profitable, sustainable advantage, because accelerating the adoption of sustainable business solutions offers the greatest opportunity for establishing a competitive business advantage in the 21st century. These dynamic sessions, among others, help you achieve a profitable, sustainable advantage.
The only comprehensive Guide to find sustainable companies at High Point Market is the SFC Guide to Green. Download it to your mobile device and refer to while you walk around the market.
Consensus-based sustainable procurement has its roots in 1991 at the first US Green Building Council Board Meeting where life cycle assessment (LCA) standards were initiated to start regulating global supply chain environmental impacts. As a result, the market for sustainable products is growing.
The Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC) was pleased to host a luncheon during High Point Market for Underwriter Laboratories (UL) to announce a new research project. Dr. Marilyn Black, director of UL, Inc. announced a project that will reveal what chemicals are used in making a given upholstered chair, which of those chemicals are present when the chair reaches the consumer, and how those potentially harmful chemicals enter our bodies, if they do.
Kohlomese offers Sustainable Furnishings Council Members
Special Treatment at imm cologne 2015
January 19-25, 2015
Sustainable Furnishings Council Supports
Habitat for Humanity ReStores® and Offers PIPs Rewards
for #SustainableSaturdays Shopping Program Rollout
Rewards furniture donations in first themed program