India, March 25, 2023: All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council, the premier industry body catering to around 300,000 Indian jewellers and the allied industry value chain, is looking forward to the 3rd edition of GJS – India Gem & Jewellery Show scheduled from 7th to 10th April 2023 at Bombay Exhibition Centre (NESCO), Mumbai.
GJS will comprise the top-of-the-line manufacturers/wholesalers of Gems & Jewellery retailers and stockists as well as dealers from all over the industry. GJS will assemble the best retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers, traders, and delegates from across India. GJS endeavours to be the ultimate sourcing platform for doing business and a must-attend for every jeweller interested in the Indian market. GJS will include the participation of a large number of exhibitors from India.
The show will create a productive atmosphere for the Retailers to explore exclusive and trendsetting precious ornaments and encourage strong business relationships across the country. The India Gem & Jewellery Show (GJS) is being organised less than two-week ahead of the Akshaya Tritiya (which falls this year on April 22, 2023), the most important occasion for buying gold and silver jewellery in India, and hence the event gains prominence. After a lukewarm customer response on the Gudi Padwa due to record high gold prices, sentiment across jewellery sales is likely to remain robust after an encouraging response at India Gem & Jewellery Show.
Mr Saiyam Mehra, Chairman, All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council is the Convenor of India Gem & Jewellery Show (GJS), along with Mr Rajesh Rokde, Vice Chairman – All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council, and other members of All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council.
Mr Saiyam Mehra, Chairman, All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council, said, “First 2 editions of the India Gem and Jewellery Show (GJS) were a massive success and the whole credit for the success goes to the industry who supported them wholeheartedly. As we all are set to present the 3rd edition – we are getting positive responses from the industry with our door-to-door promotion activities and road shows in multiple cities. We are confident that we will achieve the desired number and make it a grand success.”
So far, more than 450 exhibitors have booked their stalls for the industry show – India Gem & Jewellery Show, a Grand Business-to-Business Expo, which is scheduled to take place between 7th to 10th April 2023, at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Nesco, Goregaon, Mumbai.
The significance of this expo will be ‘Celebrating a 5,000-year Old Industry and creating a Brand New Legacy’. With the venue spreading over 20,000 sq metres, over 500 manufacturers/whole-sellers/ dealers comprising gold, diamond, platinum, silver jewellery, couture jewellery, loose diamond and colour stones, machinery, technology, packing materials and allied products are set to display over 11 lakhs latest and trendsetting designs across around 850 plus booths in the show.
Over 15,000 visitors are expected to make their presence felt at the show. Additionally, a series of seminars have been organised daily for the participants to share their knowledge and drive value to the industry. For the easy convenience of participants, the organisers have tied up with leading five-star and basic hotels and offer complimentary lunches for visitors and exhibitors at the venue.
India Gem and Jewellery Show offers a golden opportunity to connect with industry stakeholders, network with the entire trade channel partners and grow your own business. Hence, this mega business-to-business expo is an important event which offers an opportunity for Indian gems and jewellery businesses to grow in the millennial circle with old jewellery which is rare.
There will be participants from jewellery manufacturers, designers, wholesalers and retailers among other value chain participants including service providers, financiers etc.
“There are over 450 exhibitors who have already registered for this Indian Gems and Jewellery Show. We have got an overwhelming response from all segments of India’s gems and jewellery industry. With robust economic growth witnessed in India in the last few quarters, we are confident of the jewellery business coming back on track,” said Mr Rajesh Rokde the Vice Chairman – All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council.
About GJC: All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) represents lakhs of trade constituents comprising manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, distributors, laboratories, gemologists, designers and allied services to the domestic gems & jewellery industry. The Council functions with the objective to address the industry, it’s functioning, and its cause with a 360° approach to promote and progress its growth while protecting the industry’s interests. GJC, for the last 17 years, has been serving as a bridge between the government and the trade by undertaking various initiatives on behalf of and for the industry.
For further information, please feel free to contact All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC): Mr. Mitesh Dhorda- GM; Mobile: 9820410448; Email: email@example.com