Jewellery Fairs in India
Jewellery fairs are the perfect trading platform for launching and sourcing the newest Indian jewellery collections (Indian wedding jewellery, Indian gold jewelry...), but also creations from the worldwide jewellery industry. Here are the different jewellery fairs, which will take place this year in India.
7-9 June 2013 - Hyderabad, INDIA:
The sixth edition of the Hyderabad Jewellery, Pearl & Gem Fair (HJF) will be held from 7-9 June 2013 at HITEX Exhibition Centre, Hyderabad, India. The fair is one key international trade fair in South India.
21-23 September 2013 - New Delhi, INDIA:
Delhi Jewellery & Gem Fair
The “Delhi Jewellery & Gem fair” like UBM’s other shows in India will be a pure B2B show to fill the vacuum in North India, much to the persuasion of the market that wanted UBM to make its move, Up North. The show will be extensively promoted through a huge visitor promotion campaign to reach out to the important markets like New Delhi, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh. Meetings with jewellery trade associations, shop-to-shop visits with retailers, press conference will be some of the prime modes to inform the Gem and jewellery Industry and spread awareness about the new launch and attract the retailers to the show.
27-29 November 2013 - Mumbai, INDIA:
Mumbai Jewellery and Gem Fair
The Mumbai Jewellery & Gem Fair will be a B2B jewellery trade event to take place in the city of Mumbai. The fair will have exhibitors of Diamonds, Pearls, Gemstones, Silver Jewellery, fine finished jewellery, Machinery & Equipment, Software and allied products, Packaging & display from all over India and the world.
8-10 Feb 2014 - Chennai, INDIA:
The ninth edition of the GJIIE commenced on the morning of the 16th of March 2013 here in Chennai, with that wonderful celebratory style, unique to Indian culture. With an orchestra of traditional South Indian instruments. The Chief Guest, Mr. Rajendran, was ushered into the exhibition to light the ceremonial kuthuvillaku.
And you, Did you already take part to a jewellery fair?
Which one did you prefer?
See also Indian jewellery history!