The China International Gold, Jewellery & Gem Fair – Shenzhen opened Monday at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. The 13th edition of the fair is will run till Wednesday.
The Fair occupies 22,500 square meters of gross exhibition space and features more than 400 exhibitors from 12 countries and regions. These include mainland China, Germany, Hong Kong region, India, Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan region, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, Russian Federation and Singapore.
Jewelry brands participating, include: CHQ GmbH, Fancy Gem House, KGE Rough & Gems HK Co Ltd, S. T. Trading STS Gems Ltd, Sunny Gem Co, Fai Dee Gems Co Ltd, Zhejiang Angeperle Co Ltd, Fai Po Group, and Shanghai Kimberlite Diamond Co Ltd.
This year’s edition also features specialized pavilions to global buyers, including the China Gold Association Pavilion, the Baolin Pavilion, the Korea Pavilion, and the Designer Pavilion.
Meanwhile, the China Jewellery Market Summit returns from its successful launch last year. “The inaugural edition of the China Jewellery Market Summit in 2014 was welcomed warmly by participants. The summit returns this year with even more informative topics that are sure to engage everyone,” said Celine Lau, director of Jewellery Fairs, UBM Asia Ltd. “We have also allocated more resources to provide a bespoke platform for jewelry companies to launch new products.”
The China Jewellery Market Summit 2015 will be held Tuesday at the New Product Launch and Forum Area in Hall 9 and starts at 2:30 pm. Co-organizer is Jewellery News Asia. The Summit is divided into two main parts: 2015 New Products Launch - Jewellery Parade, and Dialogue with China Jewellery Brands and Retailers.
The summit includes fashion shows and a series of forums on a range of industry-related topics, particularly the opportunities and challenges in China's jewellry retail market. Chan Sai Cheong, executive director of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd is the keynote speaker.
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