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Click Through to the Greatest Show in Travel Goods


The 2018 International Travel Goods Show website has everything you need to know to make the best of the most important event on the industry calendar. Access all the info you need to exhibit at the world's largest travel goods showcase. Register to attend and get the info on where to stay, on-site activities and after-hours amusement. This is the event that can make your year, where you can connect with your key vendors and customers and see all the year's new products. Click through, explore, and plan to join us and your industry peers at the one event that can elevate your bottom line.

More California Proposition 65 Notices Issued


New "60-day" notices have been issued alleging that brands and retailers sold travel bags, travel sets, purses, and passport covers in California that contained di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) in violation of a California law known as Proposition 65 (Prop 65). The notices serve as intent to bring lawsuits against the recipients of the notices that sold these products. For more information on Prop 65, please go to the Prop 65 page on the TGA website or contact TGA's Nate Herman, , 202-853-9351.

The Fight Over the Republican Tax Plan Isn't Over – Here Are the Biggest Differences Between the House and Senate Bills


While both the House and the Senate have passed versions of the Republican tax plan, the fight remains far from over. There is little doubt among investors and analysts that tax legislation will reach President Donald Trump's desk. But negotiators now need to iron out significant discrepancies between the House and the Senate versions of the tax bill. READ MORE

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How to Become a Social Media Pro


Social media has become an integral part of today's lifestyle and there are millions of posts everyday on multiple social media sites. But how do you make sure that you stand out from the crowd? Here are some tips and tricks to help you make a mark online. READ MORE

Death of Retail? 2017 Was All About the Empire of Luxury E-tail


As the “death of retail” is heralded as the biggest trend of 2017, boutiques shutter and rumors fly of possible department store bankruptcies driven by changing consumer habits, price wars and the threat of Amazon. High-end e-commerce remains a bright spot in the shopping landscape: flooded with more cash than ever before and with sky-high valuations to boot. READ MORE

Emailing While You’re on Vacation Is a Quick Way to Ruin Company Culture


Companies expend untold energy building culture – defining their values, revamping their office space, organizing holiday parties and volunteer outings. And yet many managers don’t seem to realize that while company culture can be really hard to build, it’s incredibly easy to destroy. And you may unknowingly ruin it in just two steps. READ MORE

The Secrets That Product Packaging Reveals About Retail


Today, as people buy more and more products online, product packaging is again changing, in a way that reflects the differences between digital and physical retail: Anything bought online needs to be able to withstand being shipped individually, often necessitating extra plastic coverings. And on the internet, it’s images of products themselves, not their packaging, that usually show up in search results, which makes the visual appeal of any box or label a lesser concern than it once was. READ MORE

The Top Travel Trends for 2018


Luckily, you can stay ahead of the game and on top of the trends – because we’ve got the top five travel trends for 2018. Pack your bags, and thank us later. From pets to food, family and cultural background, sports and the supernatural, the Wot’s Your Journey? report by has taken a deep dive into the many factors that influence how and why we travel. READ MORE

Best Luggage Stores: Online or Walk-In?


When it comes to buying new luggage, there are many choices among retailers, including department stores, online stores, and specialty shops. You’ll want to consider things like the brands they carry, the breadth of the selection, and the prices. Which will provide you with the most satisfying shopping experience? READ MORE

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