MJSA Has Released its 2022 Buyer’s Guide
It’s full of hundreds of contacts for jewelry-making supplies and services.
This week, it announced the release of its 2022 Buyer’s Guide. It’s filled with contacts for tools, equipment, supplies, and services jewelry designers need.
The hundreds of resources are divided into several categories as follows.
• Tools and Equipment;
• Contract Manufacturing;
• Business Equipment;
• Business Services; and
• Packaging and Displays.
Each company listed in the guide is a vetted MJSA member that adheres to the alliance’s code of ethics.
The 2022 resource has articles to guide buyers in their purchases and putting selections to best use, MJSA said. Topics in the 230-page tome include bridal and fashion trends, how to avoid mishaps with precious metal alloys, and how to choose and work with design subcontractors.
In addition to its listed products and services, the guide features listings with contact information for all MJSA members.
Members receive a complimentary guide as part of their member benefits.
Those who are not members can purchase a Buyer’s Guide on the MJSA website or by calling 1-800-444-6572. It costs $35.
Articles from previous MJSA Buyer’s Guide editions are available online in the organization’s digital library.
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