UBM India’s jewellery attracts 300 exhibitors

April 8, 2015

UBM India held the 11th edition of its three-day, Gem & Jewellery India International Exhibition (GJIIE). The exhibition was held in Chennai at the Chennai Trade Centre. It ran from 20th to 22nd March and attracted nearly 300 exhibitors including retailers, wholesalers and designers.

The event featured categories covering gold, diamonds, pearls, gemstones, silver and a variety of other jewellery products. The trade show attracted visitors from Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad. International visitors came from Turkey, Dubai, Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan, Italy and Germany among many others. This year, GJIIA also featured more than 80 machinery manufacturer exhibitors. The 11th edition of GJIIE also offered workshops, technical seminars, business-matching sessions, a fashion show and awards ceremony.

Yogesh Mudras, acting managing director, UBM India, stated, “India is one of the world’s largest and fastest growing gem and jewellery markets and South India is country’s major consumer of gold and diamond jewellery… UBM has been an integral part of the jewellery industry for nearly three decades now… Every year, we have been introducing new facilities for making the show an enjoyable experience for both the exhibitors as well as the business visitors.” 

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