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GIA announces dates for New York Jewelry Career Fair

Career FairGIA’s Jewelry Career Fair will return to New York City on Monday, July 25, 2016. Dozens of gem and jewelry companies will be looking to hire skilled and motivated professionals at every career stage. The free event is expected to draw crowds similar to last year’s event in New York, which attracted recruiters from 48 companies and more than 600 job seekers.

Golden Triangle Shows announces new event in Kansas City

GTSThe Golden Triangle Show, organizers and managers of regional business to business trade shows, has announced it is opening a new market in Kansas City, Missouri. To be held September 24-26 at the KCI Expo Center, the new show “is geared to serve the greater multi state region,” says show director Bobby Siddiqui.

Currently Golden Triangle Shows operates 9 wholesale events in total; with 5 in Greensboro North Carolina, and 4 in Orlando, Florida. Started in 2001, the company based in Atlanta, GA has grown to bring new merchandise and trends to thousands of retailers and resellers within its region.

August Atlanta Jewelry Show to spotlight coming trends, new designs, preview 2017 Show enhancements

(ATLANTA) - When jewelers arrive for the August 6-8, 2016 Atlanta Jewelry Show at the Cobb Galleria, they’ll find a welcoming and enjoyable show experience that has defined the show throughout its history. Brand new resources, an easy-to-work floorplan, pre-show breakfast, AJS U educational offerings, the AJS Rewards Program, the Loupe Pavilion, and fun Mingle! networking events are just a few highlights. They will also get a  preview of some of the enhancements the association is planning to kick off in 2017.

JA New York Spring Show reports increased attendance

JANY floor MayCo-Location with MJSA and Lueur, new dates contributing factors to success

(NEW YORK) - After an “extremely strong” opening day on Sunday, the JA New York Spring show proudly reported high-attendance momentum throughout the three day show. The co-location with MJSA and Lueur, a successful hosted buyer program, as well as the newly established March dates, were all contributing factors to the busy show floor.

Historic 8.52-carat “Esperanza Diamond” featured at The Smart Jewelry Show

Displayed with R. Harder Gallery Collection from Jewelers Mutual

(NEENAH, Wisc.) - The Smart Jewelry Show, April 17-19 in Chicago, will be hosting the historic Esperanza Diamond. The one-of-a-kind diamond will be on display with other pieces which are part of R. Harder Gallery of Gems and Minerals from Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company.

Jewelers bring sparkle to a treasured Richmond tradition

(RICHMOND, Vir.) - Why make changes to an event that’s been successful for almost 50 years? Four years ago the organizers of the annual Children’s Hospital Foundation Ball, one of Richmond, Virginia’s most highly anticipated social events of the fall season, found themselves asking just that in response to an extraordinary offer from Richmond’s jewelers.

West Point legacy lives on at 16th annual Ring Melt Ceremony

(WARWICK, R.I.) - Fifty-four class rings were donated this year to the West Point Association of Graduates 16th Annual Ring Melt Ceremony. The February 22nd ceremony was held at the Rhode Island refinery, Pease & Curren. The rings, from classes ranging from 1914 to 1984, were melted into a solid gold bar that will be incorporated into the gold used to create the rings for West Point’s Class of 2017. All of the Class of 2017’s rings will contain not only part of this year’s donations, but also a portion of all of the rings donated since the Ring Melt Program’s inception with the Class of 2002. The annual Ring Melt is a tangible way to reaffirm the bond between today’s cadets and their distinguished predecessors.