A presence at the 7th edition of the HKTDC Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show (2-6 March 2020) means an amazing exposure to the global jewellery industry, catering to the tremendous demand for quality stones, pearls and raw materials.
The effectiveness of the fair is heightened with the concurrent 37th edition of the HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show (4-8 March 2020), which will allow visitors to discover a huge variety of bejewelled treasures. To meet the demand of quality buyers, the two fairs will welcome over 4,600 exhibitors and jewellers from around the world this year!
Strengths of the two fairs
The Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show is a highly specialised trading platform which concentrates on raw materials. Buyers are able to source loose diamonds, semi-precious stones and pearls in a professional environment.
The immense volume and variety of choices on offer facilitates buyers’ sourcing process. Besides, buyers can locate the suppliers they target easily because products are clearly categorised as different key product categories. The major exhibit categories of the Show include Diamonds, Gemstones, Pearls, and Rough Stones & Minerals.
Three highlighting zones are dedicated to the rarest pieces of diamonds, gems and pearls: Hall of Fine Diamonds is home to all kinds of quality diamonds in different shapes, cuts, grades and rare colours. Treasures of Ocean showcases a vast collection of pearls. Treasures of Nature gathers precious gems, semi-precious stones and other raw materials.
The iconic HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show completes the world’s leading jewellery marketplace with thematic zones such as Antique & Vintage Jewellery Galleria, Designer Galleria, Hall of Extraordinary, Hall of Fame, Hall of Jade Jewellery, Hall of Time, IT Solutions for Jewellery, Treasures of Craftsmanship, Wedding Bijoux and World of Glamour.
Whirl of activity
The events of the fair are designed to assist exhibitors and buyers and provide them with an effective trading and intellectual exchange platform. One of the highlights will be The 21st Hong Kong Jewellery Design Competition, which will be a chance for talented designers to bring their unique and fascinating art works to the stage. Business matching programme and networking sessions allow exhibitors and buyers to expand their contacts, build relationships with fellow professionals and look for business partners efficiently. Jewellery parades, trend talks and industry seminars are all valuable sources of vital market intelligence and expert insights.