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Retail Jeweller seeks retailers for Hong Kong International Jewellery Show buyer incentive programme

Retail Jeweller is seeking retailers for a buyer incentive programme for the 2016 Hong Kong International Jewellery Show and the Hong Kong International Diamond Gem and Pearl Show, organised by HKTDC.

As part of the partnership, Retail Jeweller is seeking 14 individual independent retailers who wish to attend the shows, to apply to be part of the programme.

The shows take place from 1-7 March, 2016 and those retailers who are selected to attend will be provided with return economy class flights and five night’s accommodation in Hong Kong, enabling them to visit both shows.

Those wishing to apply cannot have visited the show this year (2015) and must be willing to have their participation in the trip featured in an issue of Retail Jeweller.

Interested independent retailers are asked to apply via email to with Hong Kong Buyer Incentive Programme as the subject line before Friday January 22.

Participation is limited to one representative from each retailer.

Candidates will be subject to eligibility screening by the HKTDC. 

Key Information

Who can apply? Independent retailers who have not visited the show / last visited the show prior to 2015

Deadline for applications: Friday 22nd January

Email contact:

Email subject line: Hong Kong Buyer Incentive Programme

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