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GJC’s 'Gems and Jewellery Show' to fulfil jewellers’ quests ahead of the festive and wedding season

28 july 2023

India’s leading jewellery sourcing exhibition, the Diwali edition of India Gems and Jewellery Show (GJS), is being organised by the All-India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) from 30th September to 3rd October 2023 at the Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai.

Bringing together all segments of the jewellery value chain, GJS aims to cater to the demands of jewellers ahead of the festive and wedding seasons with innovative, and exquisite jewellery designs.

The Diwali edition of GJS, renowned as India's most viewed jewellery exhibition, offers a unique platform for jewellery manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers to showcase their finest creations and boost sales. Participants will have the opportunity to place orders for jewellery sourcing, ensuring timely delivery for all buying seasons.

The key highlight of this exhibition is its world-class venue which carries the best infrastructure and ideal ambience for networking, seamless entry and exit for exhibitors and visitors, complimentary meals, over 2000 room nights in 5-star properties for premium buyers, tie-up with 5-star hotels to budget hotels, shuttle services to and fro venue and many more.

GJS is a must-attend event for all the jewellers involved in the jewellery business, directly or indirectly. Indian artisans have passionately crafted innovative designs with modern-day aesthetics, catering to various occasions, festivals, and contemporary tastes.

The exhibition will also have networking nights on 30 th September and 1st October; National Jewellery Awards (NJA) is scheduled on 1st October 2023 in Mumbai.

Saiyam Mehra, Chairman of GJC and Convenor of GJS, expressed excitement about the Diwali edition, stating, “The Diwali edition of the GJS event offers a unique opportunity for jewellery lovers to fulfil their needs ahead of the festive and wedding seasons. All those who deferred their purchase plans either because of high bullion prices or on-time buying habits will be surprised to see the sparkling ornaments on display. Participants will also get an opportunity to forge alliances and execute bilateral or multilateral deals for future growth. We invite jewellers and visitors to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity and boost their revenue for today and tomorrow”.

Aruna Gaitonde, Editor in Chief of the Asian Bureau, Rough & Polished