Manufacturing Jewelers & Suppliers of America - MJSA Expo New York 2014

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Corrie Silvia
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Held every March at the Hilton New York, MJSA Expo New York is the show dedicated to professional excellence in jewelry making and design. It’s chock full of the latest bench tools, laser welders, casting machines, alloys, CAD/CAM systems, gemstones and beads, component parts, stamping equipment—whatever you need to make and sell exceptional jewelry. It also features premier subcontractors and business services, to help you take your ideas from concept to completion, and ensure your business remains profitable. Maybe that’s why thousands of qualified buyers walk the aisles each year to ensure they stay on top of the latest innovations and maintain their competitive edge.

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Who Should Attend MJSA Expo New York?

Those in the jewelry industry looking for the latest in machinery, supplies, components, services, and finished product for their manufacturing business or retail store. Expo New York is a trade-only show, and all buyers must present photo IDs and business cards that indicate they purchase jewelry manufacturing supplies or finished goods for resale. No one under 16 years of age will be admitted under any circumstances.

Exhibitor information

Eligible exhibitors include casters; refiners and metal suppliers; machinery, tool and equipment suppliers; findings manufacturers; gemstone, bead, and diamond dealers; chain and settings manufacturers; mold and model makers; mountings manufacturers, finished jewelry manufacturers, display and packaging manufacturers; security system providers; and computer software providers for business, design, and appraisals.

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