TRADE FAIRS – INHORGENTA announces agreement with India’s state-backed export promotion arm GJEPC for 2025

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By David Brough

MUNICH – INHORGENTA, whose 2024 edition runs until February 19, has announced an agreement with India’s Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) that is expected to include an India Pavilion at the Munich show in 2025.

The agreement, signed at a press conference on the opening day of INHORGENTA on February 16, 2024, paves the way for India to boost its gem and jewellery exports to the German market and beyond, GJEPC executive Nirav Bhansali told Jewellery Outlook.

TRADE FAIRS – INHORGENTA announces agreement with India’s state-backed export promotion arm GJEPC for 2025

Stefan Rummel, CEO, Messe Muenchen Group, signs the agreement with India’s GJEPC for a partnership at INHORGENTA in 2025

The Munich show reported a 9 percent increase in the number of exhibitors year-on-year in 2024 to 870, with visitor numbers expected to be stable year-on-year at around 24,000.

Turnover in the German watches and jewellery market rose to 5.32 billion euros in 2023, from 4.79 billion in 2019, before the pandemic, according to German trade association data.

Footfall was brisk at the 2024 edition of INHORGENTA with trade buyers arriving from around the world.

TRADE FAIRS – INHORGENTA announces agreement with India’s state-backed export promotion arm GJEPC for 2025

The show featured a full schedule of discussion panels, including well-attended events about the future of jewellery retail, and how to boost marketing via Instagram.

TRADE FAIRS – INHORGENTA announces agreement with India’s state-backed export promotion arm GJEPC for 2025

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TRADE FAIRS – INHORGENTA announces agreement with India’s state-backed export promotion arm GJEPC for 2025