International high jewellery exhibition Haute Jewels Geneva has announced the dates for its 2022 event.
The show will run from 30 March to 5 April 2022 in the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva.
This news broke just days after the cancellation of next year’s Baselworld event, which was set to take place from 31 March to 4 April, also in Switzerland.
Haute Jewels Geneva held its inaugural event in January 2019 with four exhibitors.
Its second edition was planned for April 2020, with the show organiser pledging to double exhibitor numbers to eight, however the pandemic put an end to Haute Jewels Geneva 2020.
Now, though, the event is back and it has once again doubled its exhibitor number to 16.
These include Roberto Coin, Yoko London, Hans D Krieger, Picchiotti and 12 more high jewellery suppliers.
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Haute Jewels Geneva founder and CEO of Yoko London, Michael Hakimian, said: “We are thrilled that Haute Jewels Geneva will be returning again in 2022.
“This unique show is a collaboration between 16 harmonious brands, bringing together their expertise to create a forward-thinking event that addresses the needs of the supplier and the buyer in our fast-moving world.”
A press release about the event revealed: “After being forced to cancel the event in 2020 and 2021, Haute Jewels Geneva 2022 visitors will experience an intimate, luxurious environment for jewellery buyers and suppliers to conduct business – a concept that feels even more relevant following the restrictions imposed by the pandemic.
“With the ability to see each other face to face again, it promises to be a dynamic event, combining the power, creativity, and experience of the participating brands.
“These jewellery houses have participated in countless trade shows around the globe, and this collective experience has informed the Haute Jewels Geneva concept.
“Although the event has grown exponentially since its creation, one of its key aims remains to remove the formality from the traditional trade show experience, providing a relaxed atmosphere for both clients and exhibitors to discover exclusive jewellery designs.”