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MJSA Expo Sets 2023 Dates

The event is set to return on March 5–7.




MJSA Expo Sets 2023 Dates

(PRESS RELEASE) MJSA Expo — the industry’s longest-running trade show dedicated to all aspects of professional jewelry making and design—will return March 5–7, 2023, to the Javits Center in New York City. Expo will occupy the glass-enclosed River Pavilion (which overlooks the Hudson River) and will once again run simultaneously with the JA New York retail show. Both shows will honor the other’s badges, creating easy access for qualified buyers.

Presented by MJSA, the U.S. trade alliance for professional jewelry manufacturers, designers, and trade suppliers, Expo will once again feature the latest in jewelry-making tools, technologies, supplies, and services. It will also present a series of MJSA Journal LIVE educational sessions, featuring industry experts who regularly contribute to MJSA’s award-winning monthly magazine.

“Expo came back strongly in 2022—exhibitors described attendees as ‘hungry to see everything in person’ and ‘ready to buy,'” says MJSA President/CEO David. W. Cochran. “We’re looking forward to continuing that momentum in 2023.”

To learn more about exhibiting, contact Lucy Ferreira, MJSA director of sales, at 1-800-444-MJSA (6572), ext. 3020, To stay updated on all Expo developments, subscribe to the MJSA Expo Buyer’s Link e-newsletter by going to



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