Jewellery Show will relocate to Olympia, London, moving from ExCel, for its third edition, which will take place from September 1-2, 2024, organisers CloserStill Media said.
Day one highlights of the Jewellery Show 2023 can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/iP5Z8fndxeY
Feedback from the Jewellery Show was hugely positive with many people reporting two successful days of business and networking. Delegates and exhibitors alike noted that the show exceeded their expectations, both in size and quality of visitors.
“Very interesting show as there are a lot of suppliers which is exactly what we were looking for. A lot of variety of exhibitors and a lot of selections of products to pick from. It is a lot bigger than we were expecting, which is good. The Jewellery Show is important for us because of the contacts that we can acquire as well as the jewellery that is on display, seeing new designs and gaining inspiration.” – Balal Murtaza & Sheraz Khan – Diamond Deluxe.
“I found the show inspiring! I think the buzz and the atmosphere are upbeat, There are a lot of people here in the industry and I think this has brought our profession together in a really good way, which is welcome since there hasn’t been a trade fair since IJL, so this is good. it’s only in it’s second year and is already an improvement from year one. It’s very good. So far, really good job, day one, a great vibe and a lot of happy people.”- Brian Hill – Goldsmiths.
“It’s a nice show. There is a presence of a variety of exhibitors who specialise in diamonds, natural and lab grown, gemstones, traders and manufacturers. I’ve been to Vegas and other large shows but the UK market is important for the sector.” – Erez Jacob Rivin – Jacoly Jewel.