Portland, OR, November 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Bambu today confirmed that the company will exhibit its range of sustainably designed products for the first time at the Las Vegas Market exhibition on January 24th-27th, 2016, according to company President and co-founder Jeff Delkin.
The Las Vegas Market is the most comprehensive Furniture, Home Décor and Gift market in the United States. More than 80% of the Top 100 Retailers attend the Las Vegas show.
“We’ve been monitoring this show for a couple of seasons and feel the time is right for us. Ours is a distinctive brand in that we are a design-led company working solely in renewable, recycled and reclaimed materials,” states creative director and co-founder, Rachel Speth.
Bambu will be exhibiting in the Design section of the Las Vegas Market. Design is a curated collection of brands that meet specific criteria. Design presents the best of progressives and design focused gifts and home décor. The section embodies distinctive styles with a forward focus on design and trends, according to the Las Vegas Market.
“To be selected to showcase in the Design section, is a testament to our brand and reflects well, our unique product range,” added Delkin.
Bambu, the green products company, kicks off 2016 with an updated range of tabletop, cooking and prep, and gift products which includes cutting boards, eco plates, serving platters, serving trays, green gifts, and other environmentally friendly products. Every product the company makes is made from renewable, recycled or reclaimed materials, from bamboo, hemp, cork, and coconut, to organic cotton, and soy.
New for 2016, are travel cases in eco friendly natural textiles like cork, hemp and organic cotton, new design motifs and additions to the range of bamboo utensils.
Bambu will also be introducing a brand new collection created from an entirely new reclaimed and upcycled material source in 2016.
"We tend to be material-centric in our product development and design process, and we love to open up our palette of materials tocontinue to introduce new ideas in materials and design," commented Speth.
With roots in Portland, Oregon, since 2003 Bambu has designed, developed and manufactured handcrafted, modern home products made from renewable materials such as bamboo, hemp, cork, coconut and soy. The company is headquartered in Shanghai, China, where it produces more than 150 different products in its own production workshop and partnering facilities, all of which are located close to their raw-materials sources. In 2013 Bambu opened a North American sales and customer service office in Portland. Its products are sold in more than a dozen countries through diverse retail distribution partnerships in the gift, kitchen, gourmet, grocery and hospitality market segments. The company is a member of Green America and its Green Business Network, and manufactures using organic sources certified by IMO Switzerland. A selection of Bambu’s products is USDA Biobased-certified.