DMCC, GJEPC to launch Dubai Global Gem & Jewellery Fair
DUBAI, March 15, 2014 – DMCC, Dubai’s and the region’s global gateway for commodity trade and enterprise, and the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) India, are to host the Global Gem & Jewellery Fair (GGJF) for the first time in Dubai, Atlantis, The Palm, from 20-22 March, 2014.
With over 130 exhibitors participating from India and the GCC, the Global Gem & Jewellery Fair will provide an ideal platform for international buyers and sellers as they seek to trade top quality gems and couture jewellery during the three-day event where visitors from across the globe including GCC, KSA, Egypt, Lebanon, Bangladesh, Singapore, Eastern Europe, Russia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Pakistan and Malaysia, will take part.
The GGJF presents a great opportunity to consolidate India’s gem and jewellery manufacturing expertise with Dubai’s status as the premier gold, diamond and precious stones jewellery hub to foster and further promote global trade.
Spread over 3,100 sq/m and with over 170 booths, around 130 exhibitors will showcase the very best in diamond, gold and colour stones. Being a premier invitation-only international trade fair, some 600 select buyers from across the globe will liaise with manufacturers and establish ample business opportunities.
India is the world leader in the production of cut and polished diamonds, emeralds and tanzanites and with 14 out of 15 the world’s diamonds cut and polished in India, products of the highest quality including loose diamonds, loose coloured gemstones, plain gold jewellery as well as diamond and coloured stone studded jewellery, is expected to be on display at the GGJF 2014.
The event will provide an ideal opportunity for international buyers and sellers as they seek to trade top quality gems and couture jewellery. Since it is a by-invitation, business-to-business show, participants can expect business partners from different Gulf regions. The GGJF provides an exciting opportunity to explore new markets in Dubai and the Gulf region to the Indian participants who plan to showcase new collections.