Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce, Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) with support from Thailand’s gem and jewelry delegates and the Thai Trade Centre, Mumbai, conducted the “Silverline Trade from Bangkok to Bombay Roadshow” for the 66th Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair (BGJF) to be held from 23-27 February 2021 in Bangkok for a select group of leading Indian jewelers.
Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020 and unveiled Thailand’s Magic Hands global campaign aimed at gaining international recognition for the Thai gems and jewelry industry. Social distancing norms were strictly followed for the event.
“India is known as one of the top players in the international gems and jewelry business from quality diamonds and colored stones to silver and gold jewelry. The DITP looks forward to welcoming India’s gems and jewelry players to join our BGJF platform,” Mr. Somdet Susomboon, Director General of the DITP, said in a video message.
He added that the 66th edition of the BGJF has been rescheduled to be held at Challenger Hall 1 – 3 IMPACT, Bangkok, from 23 to 27 February 2021.
The DITP will provide the event with a hybrid platform for all attendees both offline and online, as well as ensuring that the highest levels of safety, security and public health precautions are in place for the benefit of attendees.
Ms. Supatra Sawaengsri, Consul (Commercial) and Director, Thai Trade Centre, Mumbai, made a presentation on the 66th Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair (BGJF) 2021 & Thai Silver Jewellery Seminar.
She highlighted that in the previous 65th BGJF, Indians formed the largest share of visitors attending the show and ranked second in terms of in trade volume.
Indian buyers who are interested in joining, should contact Thai Trade Center in Mumbai at [email protected] for a smooth registration process and any other assistance. B2B meetings can be arranged for Indian companies interested in attending the trade fair.