Diamond Jewellery witnesses good demand
Diamond World|January - February 2020
Diamond Jewellery witnesses good demand
With the wedding season coming to a close, the show floor was filled with buyers who were in serious business mode, looking to buy small ticket items in diamonds. Demand for heavy diamond jewellery is on its way out

The 13th edition of IIJS Signature was inaugurated with the organisers, The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC), expressing the confidence that the Indian G&J industry was successfully navigating its way forward in the face of many external challenges.

Cutting the ribbon to mark the formal inauguration of the event that is being held at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai from February 1316, Hon’ble Minister for Industries and Mining, Government of Maharashtra, Subhash Desai expressed the support and best wishes of the government to the industry.

“IIJS Signature has received a good response with over 700 exhibitors occupying 1,300 booths and nearly 12,000 pre-registered visitors,” said GJEPC Chairman Pramod Kumar Agrawal while addressing the inaugural function.

In conjunction with IIJS Signature, the India Gem & Jewellery Machinery Expo (IGJME), is also being held at the same venue, where international and domestic manufacturers of machinery and related services and accessories, will be showcasing their offerings.

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