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The Industry Project Trade Show Recap

 The Industry Project better known as T.I.P. is where fashion, music and beauty collide, showcasing the latest in apparel, footwear, accessories and manufacturing. T.I.P. is developing an annual trend in Atlanta and offering its very first trade show to the public at large.
T.I.P. is one of most diverse and creative lifestyle trade show of its kind.  T.I.P. has elite contacts of premier brands and retailers around the world and is where passion becomes profit, and where business of creativity is conducted in a truly authentic environment.
While T.I.P. has organically just began, the brains behind the brand ethos longevity. The exhibitors are diverse on all scales and bring a unique favor to the show. The show serves as a conduit between brands, buyers, and the public. Individuals and groups from across the globe are expected to attend, ranging from the largest department and chain stores to the most influential boutiques.
A.B.C. Publicity – THE branding Group was the first boutique agency in Atlanta/South focusing on music & entertainment in the late 90’s.  A.B.C. is now an award winning Public Relations & Marketing Consulting Firm based in Atlanta and New York specializing in lifestyle, entertainment, sustainability and multicultural demographics. Offering public relations, relationship marketing & social media solutions, A.B.C. is a strategic partner to small businesses, non-profits, women, eco-conscious and entertainment driven companies, brands, products and events. Additionally, social responsibility is a major factor of companies and organizations we work with as we professionally and personally strive for the highest quality of life for all.





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