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Danish distributor Nordahl Anderson, responsible for jewellery brands Son of Noa, Nordahl Jewellery and Joanli Nor Jewellery, has reported a successful 2018.
Sarah Kitley-Spencer, event manager for trade show International Jewellery London (IJL) is stepping down from the role and moving to a corporate communications position within IJL’s parent company, Reed Exhibitions.
The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) has reported 37 businesses joined at International Jewellery London (IJL) which took place from September 2-4.
British jewellery brand Henryka secured five new accounts at the recent edition of International Jewellery London (IJL), taking its total number of wholesale stockists to 90.
Jewellery supplier Gecko said it enjoyed a successful appearance at the recent International Jewellery London (IJL) show with a positive reaction to its new collection launches.
Having visited all of the world’s major jewellery trade shows over the past year, Retail Jeweller looks at what each show has to offer UK buyers to help you plan ahead for next year.
Trade event Jewellery & Watch will host a “consolidated” show in February 2019, while new owner, ITE Group, develops a transformative plan to boost the show in 2020.
Luxury jewellery buying consortium the Houlden Group hosted its latest member event at The Belfry this week (June 19-20) with a focus on digital technology.
The number of international exhibitors set to showcase product at the forthcoming Inhorgenta Munich show in February has risen by almost 43% compared to last year.
The chairman of the Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ), Michael Aldridge, has told Retail Jeweller that the group plans to look at the current format of its buying meetings and reassess whether they are the right for the organisation’s members and suppliers going forward.
Jewellers and suppliers are reminded to register their interest for the 2019 Retail Jeweller x Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) buyer incentive programme to the Hong Kong International Jewellery shows in late February/early March 2019.
Trend-led jewellery brand Ania Haie, the second jewellery brand from Chrysalis, has reported a successful launch, securing global distributors as well as a number of new accounts in the UK and Ireland.
Michel Loris-Melikoff, managing director of Baselworld, explains the rationale behind the hotel partnership for the 2019 edition.
The forthcoming edition of Inhorgenta Munich, taking place in February, will feature several leading international watch brands. Klaus Dittrich, chairman and chief executive of Messe München explains more.
As jewellery brand, Unique & Co celebrates its 20th visit to International Jewellery London (IJL) we chat to founder Daniel Ozel about the London trade event.
Following the news yesterday (July 29) that Swatch Group will not return to BaselWorld in 2019, Retail Jeweller editor Ruth Faulkner considers what this might mean for the future of the once gargantuan watch and jewellery trade event.
With a 4% increase in exhibitor numbers this year and many international buyers making the trip to Munich, trade show Inhorgenta is fast becoming one of the most popular in Europe. Ruth Faulkner reports from Germany
Filip Van Laere, event director of Antwerp-based diamond trade event CARAT+, explains to Retail Jeweller how the second edition of the show, in May 2018, will cement its status as a “Diamond Destination”.
Trade show Inhorgenta Munich opens its doors today (February 16), RJ chatted to British designer Cara Tonkin to find out more about the German show.
Ahead of the forthcoming edition of German trade show Inhorgenta Munich, which gets underway this weekend, chairman and chief executive of Messe München Klaus Dittrich looks at what guests can expect from the show’s seminar programme, called the Forum.