As our roster of outstanding manufacturers, brands and designers who will be exhibiting at our upcoming JA New York Fall Show (October 29-31) continues to grow, we’re also delighted to welcome some important industry associations and services to our event. In addition to associations such as Jewelers Board of Trade (JBT) and Jewelers of America (JA), who have long been JA New York staples, we’ll also be welcoming back Women’s Jewelry Association (WJA). These three stalwart organizations will be joined by Black in Jewelry Coalition (BIJC), GCAL by Sarine and De Beers Institute of Diamonds, with more associations in the works.

We have long touted our events as a comprehensive resource for the industry, allowing buyers to shop for all of their jewelry needs seamlessly in the convenience of the Javits Center. By adding these additional organizations, we’re leveraging all of the incredible work they do for our industry as a whole, while also adding value for both our attendees and exhibitors. We’ve all become adept at connecting to one another via zoom, or attending remote education sessions, but there really isn’t anything that compare to meeting with one another in-person.

From learning about how JBT can provide the data, services and market insights that allow you to successfully navigate the industry to discovering how being a member of Jewelers of America can help vitalize your business to learning about the remarkable work BIJC is doing to create a more equitable and inclusive industry to exploring WJA’s long history of supporting women in jewelry, representatives from these organizations will be on-site and excited to meet with you. And while De Beers will be introducing an exciting new program, GCAL by Sarine will be available to share with you their new AI diamond grading technology that will change the way diamonds are graded in years to come.

Register to attend now and join us for 3 days of shopping, networking and education, October 29-31 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City.