Sales at Jewellery Arabia 2018 increase by 20% and attendance increases by 9%.
World leading jewellery influencer Liza Urla, founder and author of the award-winning jewellery blog @Gemologue will be hosting a book signing on 22 November at Jewellery Arabia 2018.
Jewellery Arabia 2018, the Middle East’s premier jewellery and watch exhibition, will be inaugurated under the patronage of HRH the Prime Minister of Bahrain Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre on Tuesday 20 November.
The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC), an apex body of India’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry, is bringing a 59-strong group of leading companies from the Indian gem and jewellery industry.
For the 6th consecutive year, the Singapore Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME) is hosting a Singapore pavilion comprising of 8 local small and medium enterprise (SMEs)
Style influencer and founder of the overdressed.com Dana Al Khalifa is returning to Jewellery Arabia 2018 with a highly anticipated pavilion of international and local jewellers.
A pavilion of 6 flagship jewellers from Russia are set to make their debut at Jewellery Arabia. The craftsmanship and unique characteristics of these home-grown jewellers will be on display in a special pavilion located in the entrance hall.
Major jewellery export hub Hong Kong is returning for the 27th consecutive year with a 43-strong group of jewellers coordinated by the Hong Kong Jewelry Manufacturers’ Association (HKJMA).
Jewellery, watches, gems and luxury accessories worth an estimated value of US$ 1 billion will go on sale to members of the public and trade at Jewellery Arabia 2018.
Celebrating the country’s history, quality and craftsmanship, leading gem and jewellery exporter Thailand is returning to Jewellery Arabia 2018 with a pavilion of the finest manufacturers and traders.
The world’s leading gem and jewellery authority, the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) is offering visitors free seminars.
Over 50,000 visitors from 48 countries attended the 26th edition of the Middle East’s premier jewellery and watch exhibition, marking a 3% increase over the previous event.