GJEPC promotes IIJS Signature in Nepal
The Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council has launched international visitor registration for its India International Jewellery Show. In order to promote the upcoming trade show, the GJEPC travelled to Nepal to meet with jewellers and organisations in the country.
A group of GJEPC officials visited Nepal and extended an invitation to the Federation of Nepal Gold, Silver, Gem, and Jewellery Associations to take part in IIJS Signature in January, the GJEPC reported on its website. The delegation met with the organisation’s chairman Suresh Man Shrestha, vice chairman Ram Prasad Bishwokarma, and other office bearers to discuss the upcoming trade show, its new features for 2023, and how it could boost the Nepali jewellery industry.
The GJEPC will hold its next edition of IIJS Signature from January 5 to 9, 2023. The trade show will feature a wide range of fine jewellery categories including gold and diamond jewellery, precious gemstone jewellery, and related products from manufacturing businesses across India. Focused on showcasing the Indian jewellery industry to international buyers, the trade show is designed to enable Indian businesses to expand their international distribution networks.
The 2023 edition of IIJS Signature will be its first five-day edition and will feature more than 2,500 stalls with over 1,300 participating exhibitors, according to the GJEPC. The trade show will be spread over an area measuring over 65,000 square metres at venue the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai and is expected to draw a crowd of over 32,000 visitors from the international jewellery industry.
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