Tableware International: A unique magazine for the worldwide Tabletop market
Having existed for more than 130 years, Tableware International has historically evolved its editorial content consistently to reflect current market trends and happenings. The principle of evolving, developing and adapting content to suit the needs and demands of both the market and the magazines readers are also key to the magazine moving forward.
Editorial content within Tableware International is based on a mixture of four key elements: Intelligence
, product features, in-depth profiling
and trade show previews
The front end of the magazine hosts our market intelligence - the place to find the latest happenings within the Tableware market. Sections include 'News', 'People News',
' for new product being launched to the marketplace, and 'Exhibition News',
rounding up the latest news from relevant trade shows happening across the world.
Each issues contains two or three Tableware focused Product Features
, which examine the offering from a particular market sector. Our Features List contains a broad mix of product sectors across the ceramic, porcelain and glass markets including stemware, traditional china, the Bridal Market and flatware, to name a few.
Whilst valuing the importance of product filled pages, the magazine also tackles more in depth articles to give a deeper understanding of the current marketplace. Company profiles
and international retail interviews
with key Tableware focused buyers and retailers both give a unique insight into the current trends and happenings within the Tableware industry.
Finally the magazine plays up to its 'international' title with a strong presence of trade show previews
and coverage in almost every issue. In addition to regular Exhibition News, the magazine previews a string of key Tableware relevant trade shows happening across the globe, often supported with product editorial to give buyers all the necessary information to utilise buying time, Key show previews include Ambiente, Spring Fair, Maison et Objet, and the New York Tabletop Show. For a full list of shows running through the year, try our Exhibition Calendar.
For editorial queries, please contact:
Editor, Tableware International