Hong Kong International Jewellery Show
Organizer:Hong Kong Trade Development Council
Statistics 2012 year
Total area:93872 m2
The HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show is one of the world's top three jewellery events and an excellent venue at which to advance business in this shining industry.
The show builds on its growing reputation for quantity as well as quality –n featured a record-breaking more than 3,100 exhibitors from 48 countries and regions. Group pavilions at the show enable countries and trade organisations to combine forces, allowing for even greater opportunities to make contacts and to find out more about what's shaping contemporary designs. The increase in scope and range of items on show attracted more than 38,000 buyers from 143 countries and regions, keen to source new jewellery items and see for themselves the trends and styles influencing this glittering industry.
Themed zones cover key industry segments to ensure efficient connection of buyers with exhibitors.
The Hall of Fame is a suitably stylish venue for an elite selection of international jewellery brands that are sparkle with the quality of their designs and craftsmanship.
Hall of Extraordinary presents exceptional high-end creations, both classic and contemporary, crafted using the finest stones, all displayed in a suitably discreet setting.
World of Glamour offers Hong Kong-based exhibitors a selection of custom-designed booths in a high-traffic location.
Antique & Vintage Jewellery Galleria is a graceful showcase for valuable and unusual designs from yesteryear.
Hall of Nature is designed for negotiations over rare pieces of loose diamonds, precious stones, South Sea pearls and Tahiti pearls.
Other specialised zones include:
- Designer Galleria for the latest jewellery trends
- Exclusive Showroom for private business discussions
- Hall of Jade Jewellery for modern and classic jade jewellery
- Hall of Time for distinctive and quality timepieces
- Hall of Chic for silver and fine jewellery
A number of zones host parades during the show period, giving exhibitors the opportunity to expand the visibility of their names and offerings. Models circulate among buyers during these parades, enabling buyers to get a close-up view of the jewellery and watches on display.
Staying on trend
Through its series of seminars delivered by industry experts, the show provides a fantastic platform to gauge current trends and gather the latest market intelligence. Participants can also see the hottest creative ideas as the winning designs from the 14th Hong Kong Jewellery Design Competition will be displayed throughout the show period.
Hong Kong is the world's fourth largest exporter of fine jewellery and pearls and is a long-established international centre for the jewellery business. The city's focal position in the global industry is boosted by its proximity to the vast Chinese mainland market with its fast-growing demand for fine jewellery. Strong trade links with the leading export destination of India, another thriving market, add to Hong Kong's position as a leading Asian jewellery hub.