Fast-growing Boutique Design New York trade fair and conference to draw 7,000+ hospitality designers, architects, purchasing executives, owners and operators to the Javits Center, Nov. 13-14

CINCINNATI, OH, June 15, 2016 – Attendee registration is underway for Boutique Design New York (BDNY), the East Coast trade fair and conference for hospitality design professionals, to be held Nov. 13-14 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

Now in its seventh year, BDNY has seen double-digit growth each year since its 2010 debut, garnering recognition in Trade Show Executive (TSE) magazine’s annual ranking of the 50 Fastest-Growing Shows for three consecutive years.

This year BDNY will expand to 100,000 square feet of exhibit space, with 600+ manufacturers and marketers of furniture, fixtures, lighting, seating, wall coverings, accessories and other design elements for hospitality interiors.

More than 7,000 hospitality design professionals from the eastern United States, Canada and Europe are expected to attend BDNY, including interior designers, architects and purchasing executives as well as hospitality owners and operators.

“BDNY continues to experience phenomenal growth, a testament to the current strength of our industry and the incredible support of the hospitality community,” said Michelle Finn, president of Hospitality Media Group (HMG), which produces BDNY and sister trade fair BDwest, also a TSE Fastest 50 honoree.

Held concurrently with HX: The Hotel Experience (formerly IHMRS), the BDNY trade fair combines inventive elements for hospitality interiors with signature educational and social events; NYC design tours; unique, on-floor Designed Spaces created by leading hospitality design firms; and an extensive conference program with CEU sessions, hands-on demos and interactive discussions with industry innovators.

The two-day event culminates with the annual Gold Key Awards Gala, sponsored by Boutique Design magazine. Winners of the 36th Gold Key Award for Excellence in Hospitality Design, as well as Designer of the Year, will be announced at the gala, Nov. 14 at the Waldorf Astoria, New York. Gold Key Award entries will be accepted through July 8, 2016. Entry information is available at

Registration options for BDNY 2016 include: Trade Fair Exhibition Only for qualified attendees, $50 ($75 after Oct. 17); two-day Trade Fair & Conference pass, $175 ($185 after Oct. 17); one-day Trade Fair & Conference pass, $100 ($110 after Oct. 17); and one-session Trade Fair & Conference pass, $50 ($75 after Oct. 17). Trade Fair Exhibition Only for non-exhibiting manufacturers/multi-line reps, $360; two-day Trade Fair & Conference pass,  $535; one-day Trade Fair & Conference pass, $460, and one-session Trade Fair & Conference pass, $410.

Ticketed events include the ISHP Annual Fundraiser and the BDNY Opening Reception on Saturday, Nov. 12; the Boutique Design Power Players: Women Leaders in Hospitality Breakfast & Panel Discussion on Monday, Nov. 14 from 9:00-10:30am at The Javits Convention Center; and the 36th Gold Key Awards Gala on Monday, Nov. 14 from 6:30-10:00pm at the Waldorf Astoria .

Attendee registration and trade fair details are available at


HMG is a privately held media company serving the global hospitality industry and specializing in trade fairs, conferences and event management and development. Events in the HMG portfolio include: BDNY; BDwest; management of HX: The Hotel Experience (formerly IHMRS); Boutique Design Forums; Boutique 18; and co-sponsorship of the annual Gold Key Awards for Excellence in Hospitality Design.

BDwest is produced by HMG in association with the Boutique & Lifestyle Lodging Association (BLLA); the International Society of Hospitality Purchasers (ISHP); the Hospitality Industry Network (NEWH); and the International Society of Hospitality Consultants (ISHC).