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A Revolution In The $12B Seasonal Goods Industry

About the Event

Seasonal Holidays are big business. American consumers spend $12B on Christmas, Halloween, Easter and other seasonal celebrations. And while many consumers delight in holiday traditions, one they’d like to ditch is the traditional brick and mortar stores in favor of being able to purchase high quality, elegantly designed, seasonal merchandise online.

Seasonal LLC is a new data-driven, product development company providing trend forecasting, novel design, and fast delivery solutions for the North American seasonal goods market. The company is focused on the needs of the online consumer with a mission to make seasonal celebrations more meaningful and unique with exclusive designs for every occasion. 

Please join our webinar with Seasonal founder and CEO, Don Kelly, to learn how the company’s key differentiating factors, decades of experience, and cutting-edge design, will catapult them into leadership in this lucrative industry.

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