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JIS Events Announce New Dates for First Show of 2021

The next JIS Show will now be held March 22-24.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NORWALK, CT — JIS announces a major date change to its JIS January Miami Beach, FL, show. The next JIS Show will now be held on March 22-24, 2021, at the Miami Beach Convention Center. JIS March will reflect a combination of the size of the January event while also incorporating the timing and the niche market found at the April event.

As one of the first major jewelry buying and selling events for the trade in 2021, JIS March is strategically placed to give jewelry retailers more time to restock after the Holidays and Valentine’s Day retail seasons as well as plan for Mother’s Day inventory needs.

“The JIS Shows have always been timed based around the needs of jewelry retailers and the move to March is reflective of those needs evolving” says Jordan Tuchband, industry vice president of JIS Shows. “By moving the January Show to March and combining it with the content from our April Show, it immediately allows for a larger, more robust, and diversified event that is in a far better position to meet the needs of the modern jewelry industry.”

The JIS team is already working hard to provide a fantastic buying and selling event for the jewelry industry next March. The primary focus for this event is to create the best experience for professionals to buy and sell product through top-notch health and safety protocols, personalized matchmaking services, and immediate at-show delivery. As 2020 comes to a close, the team is looking forward to 2021 and reconnecting in March to continue supporting the industry and the JIS community.

To learn more about the new JIS March Show and stay up to date on the latest announcements, visit jisshow.com.

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