Vicenza gold jewellery fair Vicenzaoro rolls out series of webinars


Vicenzaoro, the trade show organised by Italian Exhibition Group (IEG), is delivering a series of webinars, including collaboration with partners such as CIBJO–World Jewellery Confederation; Trendvision Jewellery + Forecasting, IEG’s forecasting lab; and IGI – Italian Gemmological Institute.

The three encounters with Trendvision Jewellery + Forecasting will be transmitted on a monthly basis until July.

On Monday, 25th May at 2 pm Italy time, Trendvision’s publication The Jewellery Trendbook 2021+, which previews sector trends, will present a focus on emerging consumer trends with particular attention on the Asian markets.


Vicenza gold jewellery fair Vicenzaoro rolls out series of webinars


June 8th will see a preview of THE JEWELLERY TRENDBOOK 2022 and will explore the long-term effects of the ongoing global health crisis and consumer values, while July 6th will deal with the concept of the “new normal” and how to redefine classic products.

Space will also be given to the thousand facets of stones on 28th May, 17th June and 15th July with a new series of Gem Talks, one of the most highly-appreciated formats at recent editions of Vicenzaoro which, thanks to the collaboration with IGI, manages to amaze by explaining the origins and peculiarities of both the more common and the more mysterious gems.

Further information on the webinar calendar and how to take part is available on and by subscribing to the Vicenzaoro newsletter.

Lastly, the coming weeks will see a continuation of “Tuesdays at the Jewellery Museum”, encounters with the curators of the original layout at Italy’s first museum specifically dedicated to jewellery, established by Italian Exhibition Group and Vicenza Council inside the provincial capital’s Basilica Palladiana.

Open to experts, students and enthusiasts, the online appointments cover the themes of the nine exhibition halls (symbol, magic, function, beauty, art, fashion, design, icon and future) with the Museum’s Director Alba Cappellieri and the international experts who created the layouts for the latest 2019-2020 biennial: the next appointment will be on 26th May with Massimo Vidale and the “Function” hall.

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