STEME360 Taking Retailer, Distributor Meetings at ILS

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Brand management and sales training firm STEME360 will be showcasing products from its boutique clients roster and taking new client meetings and inquiries at the International Lingerie Show.

STEME360’s client roster, for which the company will be taking retailer and distributor meetings, includes SpareParts Hardwear, Wet for Her, Crave, Toyfriend, Revel Body, Uberlube, Hot Octopuss and Bathmate.

ILS 2013 takes place March 31 to April 2 at the Rio Hotel Convention Center in Las Vegas. The STEME360 team says it will be able to meet at any of the client booths present at the ILS how. Retailers interested in booking an appointment with STEME360, as well as with any of its clients, may email

“We are happy to be in attendance at the ILS show once again,” STEME360 founder Shaye Saldana said. “This year, the show is slated to be one of our busiest, as all of our clients will be present. We are expecting a great show with lots of business to be done by all, and we look forward to speaking with everyone there.”

Founded in 2009, STEME360 offers a full support system for sexual wellness and pleasure products manufacturers, providing training and branding services to assist those companies working on increasing its foothold in the retail and consumer sectors. Consultation services have included branding, sales and marketing for those companies trying to reach the U.S. market and beyond, and assistance with small and medium boutique novelty manufacturers in creating relationships with national and international retail outlets.

In addition to its core team of designers, sales staff and logistics personnel, STEME360 team members now include sex educators Megan Andelloux and Charlie Glickman, who are able to speak to retail staff regarding product and sexual enhancement advancements on behalf of the brands STEME360 represents. PR and social media marketing consultant Kelly Shibari also manages STEME360 clients’ social media presence and adult industry public relations outreach.