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Baselworld organisers say footfall was up 8% on first two days of show

Baselworld organisers say footfall was up 8% on first two days of show

The amount of industry experts and specialists walking the Baselworld show floor has seen a healthy increase from last year, event statistics have revealed. The first figures to be reported from the Switzerland-based trade show claim that it saw an 8% increase in footfall during the first two days, compared to the same period for

Inhorgenta Munich strengthens fine jewellery line-up

Jewellery trade show Inhorgenta Munich has strengthened its portfolio of fine jewellery for the 2018 edition. At this year’s show, which takes place February 16-19, 25 new fine jewellery exhibitors will be presenting new designs in Hall B1. This is an increase of 14% compared to the year prior. With the boost in fine jewellery

Carat+ adds coloured gemstones section in response to visitor demand

Visitor feedback has led premiere diamond trade show, CARAT+, to welcome leading coloured gemstone specialists for a debut Coloured Gemstones Sector at its second edition in May 2018. This carefully curated new show feature will host world-renowned exhibitors, offering a vast array of loose coloured gemstones, gemstone sets, fantasy cuts, carvings and show-stopping stones for

Jewellery & Watch encourages exhibitors to share magical moments

Jewellery & Watch has unveiled its 2018 marketing campaign ‘Magical Moments’, which will encourage exhibitors to share the stories behind their pieces with retail visitors. in the significant events that are associated with a particular piece of jewellery, Magical Moments has been curated to further highlight, support and celebrate the unrivalled consumer experience the jewellery

International Jewellery London gears up for 2017 edition

International Jewellery London is gearing up to open the doors to the 2017 edition of the trade show. The London-based trade show will kickstart its three-day event at 10am today (September 3), with industry trade professionals expected to attend from all over the country, and some further afield. This year’s show promises to inspire the

IJL 2017 set to celebrate the new and inspirational

The 2017 edition of International Jewellery London (IJL) is set to inspire the industry this September three days, with new show features and a strong showcase of over 500 companies from 32 countries. The event has been designed to provide a ‘360 degree’ platform for successful business, sharing knowledge and debate, networking and discovering the

Domino reports strong international interest at Baselworld

Domino has reported strong interest in its UK-made wedding and engagement rings at this year’s Baselworld. The company enjoyed healthy sales to European retailers, drawn not simply from France and the Netherlands, where the company employs sales representatives and has an established customer base, but also elsewhere on the continent. However, it also picked up

Baselworld cuts down days amid challenging market

Switzerland-based trade show Baselworld has reduced the duration of next year’s event. Commenting on the outcome of this year’s show, Sylvie Ritter, managing director of Baselworld, said that the industry is currently going through a challenging phase, which particularly affects smaller companies. Listening to its exhibitors and in agreement with the members of the show’s

Jewellery & Watch to condense to four-day event next year

Organisers of Jewellery & Watch have announced that the annual trade show will condense to a tighter four-day event in 2018. The decision follows extensive feedback from visitors and exhibitors alike, with 100% of buyers stating that a four-day show would not impact their visit, and a tighter new schedule would give their visit greater

INTERVIEW: Jewellery & Watch event manager Kirsty Broere on the 2017 show

As the industry prepares to descend on Birmingham for the annual Jewellery & Watch trade show, event manager Kirsty Broere discusses the changes to this year’s edition, including a tighter brand edit, bold new interior and focus on bringing brands and buyers together. Shortly after last year’s trade show Jewellery & Watch portfolio director, Julie

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