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A busy show floor and a positive attitude among attendees marked the kickoff of the JA New York Summer Show, which began Sunday at the Javits Center.
JA New York organizers have moved the 2015 winter show from March to January in order to avoid overlap with other industry trade shows. 
National Jeweler is guest hosting an upcoming episode of the jeweler-targeted podcast “Inside the Jewelry Trade” and will be recording segments from retailers, manufacturers and suppliers at the upcoming JA New York Summer show. Find out how to get involved.
More than 100 vendors are set to exhibit at the upcoming New York Antique Jewelry & Watch show, which is scheduled to take place Friday through Monday at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan. 
Ten designers will mark their official trade show debut later this month in the New Designer Gallery at the JA New York Summer show.
Synthetic diamond disclosure, website traffic and trend forecasting are among the topics that will be covered at JA New York Summer Show’s Educational Conference, which will take place Sunday, July 27 and Monday, July 28. 
Five companies are returning to the Inner Circle at the upcoming JA New York Summer show, a pavilion that features high-end products from an array of designers and manufacturers. 
Jewelry Television is holding casting calls that are open to the public at the upcoming JA New York Summer show, with the on-air and online retailer looking for talent for its broadcast.
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