The Manufacturing Jewelers & Suppliers of America (MJSA) will present a series of free seminars during Expo New York, on March 14 to March 16, 2010, to help jewelry makers "survive and thrive" in the post-recession world. The sessions will cover many areas of marketing, business strategy and other jewelry techniques.
If you are a jewelry designer coming to New York this week, you can make the most of your trip by taking advantage of the design related events which are scheduled around the show.
The event is the largest and oldest jewelry trade show in the US and is dedicated to the design and manufacture of jewelry. The seminars at the show will be conducted by some of the jewelry industry's top presenters.
The seminars will cover topics such as "surviving the recession" to "working with alternative metals." A full shedule of events can be found here.