The 1939 New York World’s Fair was a historical event. It was the second most expensive fair of all time and the first exposition to be based on the future. Also known as "The World of Tomorrow," it was designed to inspire a sense of optimism and hope, particularly timely as the country was suffering from the Great Depression.
The 1939 Fair showcased wonderful new inventions like colored photography, air conditioning, and even television - marvels that would someday be a new normal. Indeed, the 1939 Fair showed us that seeing the future is precedent to creating it.
Inspired by the 1939 New York World's Fair, the Marketplace of the future is a presentation of a time when all products and services are designed for the benefit of people and the planet.
Attendees will meet brands embodying the spectrum of climate solutions from sustainable fashion, renewable energy, regenerative agriculture, electric transportation, carbon capture technology, and more.