India Gem & Jewellery Awards opens nominations for 48th edition
The India Gem & Jewellery Awards has opened nominations for its 48th edition which will cover the year 2021 and feature 30 awards in 20 categories, with four new awards added this year.
Nominations are open to Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council members and they will close on June 15, the GJEPC announced on its website. The awards are designed to boost exports and foster excellence in manufacturing, finance, and innovation.
“The IGJA recognise India’s increased export competitiveness in gems and jewellery,” said the GJEPC’s chairman Colin Shah, the GJEPC announced on its website. “The awards tell a story about how Indian companies and individuals navigated through one of the toughest periods and overcame challenges and seized opportunities to expand their global footprint.”
In response to the changing nature of the industry, four new awards have been added for this edition. These are the ‘Upcoming Exporter of the Year’, ‘Global Retailer of the Year’, ‘Export to Highest Number of International Clients & Importing Countries’, and ‘Best E-Commerce Platform’.
“The IGJA platform recognises and rewards star performers of the Indian gem and jewellery sector,” said the GJEPC’s convenor for events, Mansukh Kothari. “The awards encourage the MSME sector and honour women achievers in order to inspire many more to excel. IGJA is increasingly attracting wider participation from companies of all sizes, stature, and product categories from across the country. The awards have been divided across the size segments, with outstanding achievers in each being duly recognised.”
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