The Worldwide Diamond, Gem & Pearl Display opened today and continues via 4 March at the AsiaWorld-Expo. This particular fourth edition of the show, prepared by the Hong Kong Trade Development Authorities (HKTDC), welcomes more than 1, nine hundred exhibitors from 39 countries plus regions to showcase raw jewelry materials including quality diamonds, valuable gems, semi-precious stones and beautiful pearls.
On Thurs (2 March), the 34th HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewelry Show will start its five-day run at the Hk Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). The International Jewelry Show, that is dedicated to finished jewellery products, combined with the International Diamond, Gem & Gem Show, feature a total of about four, 480 exhibitors from 52 nations and regions, forming the world’ s largest jewellery marketplace regarding sourcing and networking.
“ The outlook for the jewellery industry is positive, based on indications of recovery in the United States economy while growing markets such as the Chinese mainland plus ASEAN are displaying a continual demand for jewelry, ” Benjamin Chau, Deputy Executive Director, HKTDC, said. “ However , with brutal competition in the market, jewellery manufacturers plus retailers have to stay ahead of the contour by seeking out the best suppliers plus keeping up with market trends by comprehending the latest materials, technological advancements as well as the needs of buyers and customers. Our fairs are designed to address problems. ”
– High quality diamonds and gems from around the world –
Dedicated specific zones facilitate convenient sourcing of various item categories. The Hall of Good Diamonds gathers top-of-the-range diamond providers from around the world showcasing high carat and top quality diamonds. Exhibitors consist of Dharam Creations (Booth no .: 2-L24), Kiran (Booth no .: 2-K02) plus Novel Collection (Booth no .: 2-R02) from Hong Kong, NIMESH GEMS (Booth no .: 2-T10) and Venus Treasure (Booth no .: 2-R08) from Indian, SwissDiam (Booth no .: 2-Q06) through Switzerland, Kristall (Booth no .: 2-S21) from Russia, Gemstar (Booth number: 2-T17) from Israel and DBS Diamond (Booth no .: 2-S12) in the US. Treasures of Nature includes a variety of precious gemstones. As well as well-known emeralds, rubies and opals, scarcer precious stones such as Ceylon red sapphires, light red spinels plus Paraiba gems are also on display. Treasures of Ocean presents organic precious pearls that offer top quality plus value. The Rough Stones & Minerals zone, which was launched this past year, returns to present unpolished and uncut precious stones and gems in order to buyers.
Aside from item zones, 22 group pavilions which includes Australia, Brazil, the Chinese landmass, Colombia, Germany, India, Italy, The japanese, Thailand and the US showcase various jewelry raw materials.
Notable jewelry trade organizations have also setup their own pavilions, including Antwerp Planet Diamond Centre, International Colored Precious stone Association and Tanzanite Foundation.
– One-stop platform for purchasing missions –
The particular HKTDC organised more than 110 purchasing missions comprising over 7, four hundred buyers from some 70 nations and regions. Aside from gaining information into the latest products and sourcing possibilities worldwide, buyers can also participate in workshops under a variety of themes. GIA professionals are invited to introduce organic IIa diamonds, while a customer forum will analyse the possibilities arising from the Belt and Street Initiative. Exhibitors and buyers can exchange ideas while appreciating beautiful gems. Business matching services also are provided for buyers to meet along with potential suppliers to enhance sourcing performance.
– International Jewellery Show opens Thursday –
The 34th edition from the Hong Kong International Jewelry Show can kick off at the HKCEC on two March. The show is set to provide finished jewellery products, including top notch jewellery collections, premier brands, vintage jewellery as well as new designer brand names etc . The synergy between the 2 shows will generate more effective plus convenient business exchanges among natural material suppliers and finished jewellery brands.
The Global Jewelry Show will provide a different sourcing opportunity, featuring the Corridor of Fame devoted to the style of popular brands; Hall associated with Extraordinary with rare and top-tier jewellery pieces; Design Galleria that will showcases innovative creations; World of beauty spotlighting Hong Kong-based exhibitors; along with Treasures of Craftsmanship where jewellery and art converge.
A number of networking receptions will also be prepared during the International Jewelry Show. Occasions include the Gala Dinner on the initial day (2 March) sponsored simply by Tanzanite Foundation, where invited visitors will enjoy a menu prepared by Gourmet Robert Fontana, ASEAN Chairman associated with Disciples Escoffier International Asia, whilst appreciating jewellery parades and other shows.
The culinary plus visual pleasure will surely enrich the night time already full of networking opportunities. Throughout the fair period, jewellery parades enables buyers to examine selected items through exhibitors. Themed seminars will supply industry players with the latest item trends, market information and technical advancements.
During the contingency fair period a free shuttle coach service will be provided between AsiaWorld-Expo (Hong Kong International Diamond, Jewel & Pearl Show) and the downtown area areas (including HKCEC).
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