Annual trade shows help reflect the changes that an industry has made from year to year; they also assist retailers and manufacturers in staying ahead of the curve of consumer demand. But, in some cases, a trade show serves a larger purpose -- it becomes a showcase for an entirely new entity that, before then, was often overlooked or largely ignored. Such is the case for the Private Label Manufacturers Association, New York. The first exposition was held in the fall of 1980, a year after ...
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