The Jewellery Show has returned as a category sponsor for the second year running for the PJ Awards 2023.

The Jewellery Show is a trade event for the industry which will host its second edition from 20-21 September 2023 at London’s ExCeL Centre.

The Jewellery Show will once again sponsor the Professional Jeweller Awards’ Jewellery Industry Supplier of the Year category.


Lennox Addo, who works with CloserStill Media as director of the Jewellery Show, presented the Jewellery Industry Supplier of the Year 2022 Award to Nivoda at the ceremony held in September

Show organiser, Michael Dynan explained why the trade event has chosen to return as a category sponsor: “We love to support the awards.

“It is a fantastic industry event, a great celebration of the jewellery sector, and a very well organised and entertaining evening to attend.

“The Jewellery Industry Supplier of the Year category is the perfect category for the Jewellery Show to sponsor, as the shortlisted suppliers are usually exhibitors and partners of our event.

“This also enables show visitors to meet brands in person at both the trade show and the evening awards ceremony.

“The PJ Awards is always a fun evening with good food and a great atmosphere.

“The fact that the awards are held on the same evening as the opening day of the Jewellery Show makes it all the more exciting, lots of the winners and nominees across all categories either have stands or have attended the show during the day, making it the perfect opportunity to mingle and network.

“It’s wonderful for us to take time out to celebrate the achievements of people in the industry and PJ is the leading authority to recognise this talent.

“What’s more, the Jewellery Show is already bigger and better than last year and we will be welcoming lots of new exhibitors to the event across all aspects of the sector.

“Look out for big announcements starting in January.”

The PJ Awards will be held on the first night of the Jewellery Show on 20 September 2023.

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