Rejuvenation and Interior Design Tackle Digital Trends
On September 27, Williams-Sonoma, Inc. Trade and Contract and Interior Design teamed up to start an engaging and pertinent conversation about digital trends in the design industry at Rejuvenation’s flagship New York City store. Pam McNally, Interior Design’s VP of Digital, spoke to a crowd of over 200 designers, including individuals from Jeffery Beers International, Rockwell Group, Sotheby’s, and Michael Thomas & Co. McNally’s presentation, “5 Digital Trends” tackled everything from assistant chat bots to artificial reality.
“We work closely with Interior Design magazine because we truly see them as an invaluable resource for members of our Trade and Contract program and for all designers across the residential and hospitality sectors,” says Elisabeth Marquis, Brand Marketing Manager for Williams-Sonoma, Inc. Trade and Contract program. “Digital trends and products change so quickly it can be hard to stay on top of everything coming out that can potentially help your business. Pam’s presentation was a great way to get the conversation started.”
The event was held at the lighting and furniture brand’s flagship store in New York City’s Flatiron district. After McNally’s presentation, designers mingled with friends and examined Rejuvenation’s new collections of modern and historically inspired luminaires and on-trend furnishings. Rejuvenation’s trade specialists, Michael Holmes and David Borden, were in attendance to provide any assistance with product quotes and specifications, as well as Williams-Sonoma, Inc’s New York Trade and Contract account executive Leslie McCoy.
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