The highly anticipated industry event is revamping the show floor with new show features, education opportunities, and industry events
The designLAB, a recently added and very popular show feature is sure to be a huge hit yet again as it is already sold out with 28 participating designers. Providing the ideal forum for both exhibitors and retailers to conduct business, the Summer 2010 Show will debut several new exciting, interactive on site opportunities as well as bring back the always popular events and programs which have made JA New York Summer Show a highly anticipated event in the industry.
“With the success of the Winter Show, we are dedicated to making the Summer Show 2010 an even more amazing experience for all exhibitors and attendees with better than ever programs, seminars, show features, and networking opportunities,” explains Drew Lawsky, Group Show Director for JA New York.
As always, the JA New York Summer Show’s New Designer Gallery will be the place to spot the freshest and most exciting new talent in the industry. This highly anticipated annual event will debut 10 promising new designers to be showcased. For the 33rd consecutive year, JA New York will announce the winner of the Mort Abelson New Designer of the Year Award.
The JA New York Summer 2010 Show will bring together the industry’s best jewelry designers and manufacturers from over 25 countries around the world and featuring diverse International Pavilions including
- Supplier Pavilion
- Inner Circle
- Boutique Gallery
- Antique & Jewelry Estate
- AGTA Stone Pavilion
- Designer Showcase
- Concours du Temps Watch Pavilion
- Diamond Dealers Club
- Couture Pavilion
Returning JA New York exhibitors are extremely excited about Summer 2010. “I am very optimistic about the upcoming JA New York Summer Show. With the economy on a strong rebound, I feel that we are poised to do very well going forward,” says Mike Ebrani, President of Dinaro Creations.
Always aiming to help participating exhibitors and retailers stay competitive, relevant, and successful, Jewelers of America and