Norwalk, Conn.—JIS has announced its October 2019 jewelry trade show will once again co-locate with Centurion South Beach. 

This is the second time the shows have aligned their locations. Show organizers said they decided to co-locate for a second time after receiving positive feedback from buyers. 

Both are slated for Oct. 4 to 7 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

The co-location means attendees will be able to shop both events with one badge, whether they have one for JIS or Centurion South Beach.

JIS organizers said its October event will feature the same categories as last year but expand upon them. Pavilions will be dedicated to Brands, Fine Jewelry, Hong Kong, The Plumb Club, Equipment Technology & Services, Silver, and Fashion, among others.

There will also be two new pavilions: one for lab-grown diamonds and one dedicated to new exhibitors.

The Centurion South Beach show, meanwhile, will host a curated edit of 70-plus high-end luxury brands.

“Providing a great experience for attendees while making sure the show meets the needs of today’s modern jeweler is always top priority for JIS,” said Jordan Tuchband, industry vice president of JIS Shows.

“By co-locating with the Centurion South Beach Show, we can also offer attendees a full day of digital training through their ‘Jewelry EComm Live’ workshops, which are conducted by the industry’s top digital experts.”

For more information about JIS October, visit or call 1-800-840-5612. For information about Centurion South Beach, visit

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