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Following the British Society of Enamellers (BSOE) 35th anniversary year celebrations launch at International Jewellery London in September, the committee has agreed a new mission statement and values for the organisation.
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.
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.
Long-running Jewellery & Watch exhibitor, J&K Henderson (the Henderson Group) is set to lead the charge in bringing Spring Fair buyers to Jewellery & Watch with a giveaway promotion.
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 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.
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), organisers of the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show held in March each year, is calling for the last entries to its International Jewellery Design Excellence Award in the Champion of Champions category.
Italian trade show Vicenzaoro, taking place from 18-23 January 2019, will showcase the latest collections and designs from leading brands including Roberto Coin, Fope, Picchiotti and the World Diamond Group.
Klaus Dittrich chairman and chief executive of Messe Munchen describes the benefits of entering the Inhorgenta Award.
With less than three months to go until Jewellery & Watch takes place, event manager Kirsty Broere outlines the pre-show marketing support available to exhibitors.
Following the conclusion of the second edition of VOD Dubai International Jewellery Show earlier this month, show director Luca Veronesi talks to Retail Jeweller.
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