India’s Gem & Jewellery Domestic Council, the leading trade body of the domestic gemstone and jewellery industry, has scheduled the next edition of the India Gem & Jewellery Show (GJS) for 7th to 10th April, 2023 in Mumbai, and is inviting international buyers, including from across Europe, to attend the event.
Mr. Saiyam Mehra, Chairman, GJC, said, “Being the apex domestic trade body, it has always been our endeavour to create a conducive and safe business environment for the entire trade, especially retailers and manufacturers.
“Indian jewellery manufacturing is acclaimed globally and over the years has attracted many retailers and consumers. The GJS show is a platform that brings together the best of manufacturers from across India under one roof and has set a new benchmark in the jewellery ‘Expo’ experience. It will be a great opportunity for international buyers to network and source from the best of the best of Indian manufacturers.”
The show has more than 500 exhibitors spanning an area of 200,000 sq ft. and is expected to have more than 15,000 visitors.
GJS aims to be the ultimate sourcing platform for new designs and fashion trends, and promises to bring in top-of-the-line manufacturers and wholesalers in gems and jewellery from across India showcasing their latest designs.
Mr. Rajesh Rokde, Vice chairman, GJC, said, “GJS has been successfully catering to the sourcing needs of domestic retailers, and has the capability to cater to international markets with top manufacturers participating in the show.
“Our efforts are focused on giving the best experience to the industry. We believe the strategically timed show will boost and encourage domestic business and give an opportunity for exports via international visitors.”
Visitor registration of international buyers is complimentary. GJC will provide guests with a complimentary stay at a five-star hotel on a first come, first served basis.
For Visitor Registration please visit: www.gjsindia.org
About GJC: All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) represents trade members comprising manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, distributors, laboratories, gemologists, designers and allied services to the domestic gems and jewellery industry.
The Council functions with the aim of supporting the industry and its growth, while protecting its interests. Over the last 17 years, GJC has served as a bridge between the government and the trade, undertaking various initiatives on behalf of and for the industry.