A successful media meet was conducted by the All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) in Mumbai’s Hotel Sahara Star. The goal of the media meeting was to highlight the various initiatives taken by GJC and to discuss and reveal the comprehensive plan for promoting the upcoming India Gem & Jewellery Show (GJS) in & 2023, a mega B2B expo from September 30 to October 3rd at Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai.
More than 500 exhibitors will be present at the GJS Sept 2023, which will take up a space of about 2,50,000 square feet. In order to promote the show, GJC has held over 100 road shows around India, hosted the Jewellers Meet in important overseas markets including the UAE, Dubai, and Qatar, and plans to host Jewellers Meet in Bangladesh, Kuwait, and other countries as well. More than 15000 buyers, both domestic and foreign, are anticipated at the event. Along with trend lectures by eminent business experts, the exhibition will feature educational sessions.
This exceptional occasion will bring together eminent distributors, wholesalers, manufacturers, traders, and connoisseurs of the jewellery world. It provides a singular opportunity for participants to connect, collaborate, and exchange valuable insights, ultimately contributing to the growth and innovation within the industry.
Saiyam Mehra, Chairman, GJC and Convener GJS said, “We have organised this meeting deliberately to boost the marketing of the GJS Sept 2023. As the entire sector will be preparing for the impending demand, the event will be advantageous for both exhibitors and visitors. We anticipate greeting customers from all around the world for this edition. Over the past few months, we have engaged in aggressive marketing, and the consumers have responded favourably. The GJS – India Gem & Jewellery Show is significant because it has developed into a venue that is well-known among business experts, buyers, and exhibitors worldwide. The best jewellery designs, gemstones, and market trends might be displayed at this expo, which would encourage us to enter foreign markets.
Vice Chairman of GJC Rajesh Rokde stated, “Excitement and preparations for the Diwali edition of HumaraApnaShow are on strong footing. This event promises to be a game changer with more than 500 exhibitors, a wide range of products to meet the expectations of the upcoming holiday season, and an anticipated registration of 15000 guests. Jewellery sales are at their highest during Diwali, thus the GJS Diwali edition is the perfect show to take advantage of the chance. Additionally, I want to draw attention to the numerous GJC projects including NJA, GJC NextGen, and Manthan. Additionally, we hold Labham Seminars, which assist us in planning guest registrations for the future GJS.
“GJS will consist of the top manufacturers/wholesalers of Gems & Jewellery as well as dealers from all over the industry,” said Nitin Khandelwal, past chairman of the GJC. The top wholesalers, manufacturers, merchants, and delegates from all across India will be gathered by GJS. GJS aims to be the greatest sourcing platform for conducting business and an event that every jeweller should attend. Industry stakeholders must work together continuously, and I want to encourage the media to be a vital part in promoting the India Gem & Jewellery Show and all other GJC efforts.
“I am confident that the upcoming event will not only raise the profile of the Indian gem and jewellery industry but also open new doors for business and partnerships on a global scale,” said Nilesh Shobhawat, co-convener of GJS. I’m also the convener of the GJC NextGen initiative, which was started by the GJC with the goal of bringing together the next generation of jewellers so that they could be developed into better workers, moral entrepreneurs, and real industry leaders.
The gem and jewellery industry is continuously changing, therefore it’s important for us to adjust to shifting consumer preferences and market dynamics, according to Ashish Pethe, the immediate past chairman of the GJC. To assure the industry’s sustained success on both the local and international fronts, GJC is driving innovation, supporting sustainability, and encouraging collaboration through its programmes. I sincerely ask the media representatives here to support our efforts and vigorously promote the India Gem & Jewellery Show (GJS) and all the other GJC-led projects. We emphasise that your assistance and coverage will be crucial in enhancing the industry’s reputation and encouraging growth because we are aware of the media’s significant influence.