Art Materials Retailer magazine addresses the issues facing the art supply industry and provides a forum for retailers and manufacturers to share information that can benefit everyone. With news, interviews, retailing tips and loads of product information, is the magazine buyers of creative products rely on to meet their needs.
Art Materials World is the premier show dedicated to the Fine Art Materials industry. Art Materials World show is produced by NAMTA, the International Art Materials Association. The show directory is distributed to every attendee, and features information about the hundreds of exhibitors.
The publication for members of the American Specialty Toy Retailing Association, ASTRA Toy Times Magazine ranges in size from 32 to 64 pages, and is mailed five times each year to the association’s 1,300 members – retailers, manufacturers and independent reps. ASTRA was founded in 1992; Fahy-Williams has produced the magazine since 2001.
Thousands of manufacturers, retailers, distributors, designers and bloggers experience innovation, networking, and high-quality education at Creativation, the Association For Creative Industries’ (AFCI), formerly the Craft & Hobby Association (CHA), rebranded, city-themed trade event. Recognized as the premier conference and trade show for the global creative arts products industries, Creativation features 338 exhibitors and over 3000 attendees from 54 countries.
EdMarket Membership Directory is a comprehensive listing of members of the Educational Market Association. The publication features the membership listing divided into several groupings, so that searching for information is made easy. Fahy-Williams had the ability to custom-design a publication such as this with such features as tab inserts, spiral or perfect binding, and various paper stock options.…
edplay meets the unique needs of stores that sell toys, games and gifts. We provide toy trade news and advice on merchandising and selling different toy, game and gift product lines. Edplay keeps retailers up-to-date on new and hot play products, offers interviews with toy industry experts and provides nuts-and-bolts advice on running an independent toy store.…
EDspaces is the premier event for the educational facilities marketplace and the gathering place for architects, dealers, Pre–K – 12, colleges, universities, independent manufacturer representatives, exhibitors, and corporations to learn about trends and experience the latest products and services to enhance student learning. Fahy-Williams publishes this 70+ page show directory.
The oldest and most reliable source of industry information, Educational Dealer magazine is a name that readers associate with quality information and valuable product ideas. Its interviews, news, retailing tips, reports on industry trends and helpful display ideas strike a winning balance that meets the needs of all dealers – from retailers and catalogers to resellers and online merchants.
Gradient, formerly Craft Industry Today, is published quarterly for members of the Association of Creative Industries. Gradient reaches retail buyers of craft products – plus distributors, designers, professional crafters, educators and demonstrators – with how-to advice from retail, craft and business experts, and practical news-they-can-use from their peers in the industry.
Life in the Finger Lakes is a magazine that re-introduces its readers to this special New York State region each passing season, appealing to anyone who has ever called this area home, as well as to folks who are just passing through because it explores the people and places that make the Finger Lakes unique.…
The Builders Exchange of Rochester was founded in 1888 by visionaries dedicated to Rochester, New York’s commercial development market. Today, the exchange has more than 600 members and affiliates, and servevs the commercial, industrial, and governmental construction industry in Western and Central New York. ROBEX magazine is distributed three times per year to all members.
The Decorative Painter is the original and longest-running publication in the decorative painting industry. It is treasured by decorative painting enthusiasts in all 50 states and in countries around the world. Our painters are passionate, committed, and constantly searching for new resources to support their favorite art form. SDP was there to help shape the growth of a new painting movement in 1972, and we’re here in to put your business’s name into the hands of the most dedicated decorative painters in the world.