GJIIE 2012, International B-2-B Jewellery Exhibition

GJIIE 2012 will be a unique event for the jewellery industry in southern India and is one of the International B-2-B Jewellery Exhibition in the region, jointly organized by UBM India and The Madras Jewellers and Diamond Merchants Association (MJDMA) . UBM is the organizer and owner of several global jewellery trade fairs, including Asia ‘s biggest international jewellery trade fair, the September Hong Kong Jewellery & Watch Fair, which is held annually. This fair attracts 40,000 visitors from 140 countries and regions, and over 2,400 exhibitors from 47 countries and regions.

To bring together high-quality, original designs and high value for the discerning trade customers who appreciate the finesse of fine jewellery, diamonds, gems and pearls, UBM India invites you to participate in the forthcoming Gem and Jewellery India International Exhibition 2012 (GJIIE). This 8 th edition of GJIIE is scheduled to be held from 23 – 26 February 2012 , at Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai.

With UBM’s proven experience in organizing world leading jewellery shows and the vast local domain knowledge of MJDMA, GJIIE 2012 is expected to reach newer heights, both in terms of local and international participation. UBM’s global network of offices and vast databases will ensure good trade visitor numbers from India and overseas.

GJIIE 2012 will be a kaleidoscope of business opportunities to domestic as well international jewellery trade fraternity…


23 – 26 February 2012


 Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai.

Posted on February 13, 2012, in Events and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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