MJSA Expo Returns to New York
The trade show will run alongside the JA New York spring show in March.
The trade show will return to the Javits Center in New York City from March 20-22.
It will run simultaneously with the JA New York Spring Show, taking place in Hall D with a connecting entrance to the JA New York show floor.
The expo was one of the many trade shows derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic, initially rescheduled and then postponed last year.
“We’ve heard from many exhibitors and buyers who appreciated our efforts to ensure Expo’s return would be both safe and successful, and all are now looking forward to gathering once again,” said David W. Cochran, MJSA’s president and CEO, in a press release about the show.
“Relationships have always been the foundation of this industry, and the face-to-face connections made through the ‘Expo Experience’ help to keep this community spirit thriving.”
Suppliers and subcontractors will showcase jewelry-making tools, technologies, supplies, and services.
There will also be a new education program, MJSA Journal Live, which will feature industry experts who regularly contribute to MJSA’s monthly magazine.
A new newsletter, called the MJSA Expo Buyer’s Link, will go out in the coming months, providing updates on expo exhibitors, new product launches, and educational and community events connected to the show.
MJSA’s Expo Online webinar series will also continue, giving an inside look into the latest tools, technologies, and services heading to the show floor.
To learn more about the expo or to subscribe to the newsletter, visit the MJSA website.
For information about exhibiting, contact Lucy Ferreira, MJSA director of sales, at 1-800-444-6572, ext. 3020 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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