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ISTANBUL JEWELRY SHOW BRINGS TOGETHER THE PLAYERS OF THE JEWELLERY INDUSTRY

The show is Turkey’s ultimate platform to reach the jewellery export target of $6 billion.This year’s second edition of the Istanbul Jewelry Show, the most prominent event of the Turkish jewelry industry, takes place for the 49th time, at the CNR Expo between 10 – 13 October 2019.

Aiming to reach the Turkish jewellery industry’s export target of USD 6 billion for the year, the exhibition will be showcasing more than 800 companies and brands to some19,000 jewellery buyers and professionals from 120 countries worldwide.

Now recognised as one of the top five jewellery exhibitions in the world, as has become the rule the Istanbul Jewelry Show is held at CNR Expo, Istanbul Fuar Merkezi between 10 – 13 October 2019.

During the past 34 years, the Istanbul Jewelry Show has been held twice annually, in March and in October. It is organised by Informa Markets, a leading, global exhibition organiser. With 17 different jewellery exhibitions in seven countries, Informa Markets has a profound history and expertise in the sector. Empowered by the important portfolio it is now part of, the Istanbul Jewelry Show is among the top trade fairs closely followed by the professionals of the global jewellery industry.


IJS: TURKEY’S BEACON OF THE JEWELLERY INDUSTRY

The March 2019 edition of the Istanbul Jewelry Show saw a nine percent increase in the number of international visitors as it hosted 30,741 professionals from 123 countries. The March show also registered a 15 percent increase in the number of European visitors and an eight percent increase in number of visitors from the countries in the Federation of Russia, including Russia itself. These figures are seen as an indicator that this October, too, the global jewellery industry andctrade will show great interest in IJS.


HOSTING THE INTERNATIONAL BUYER DELEGATION!

As usual, the Istanbul Jewelry Show October edition ill be featuring the “International Buyer Delegation Programme” with the goal of increasing jewellery exports, finding new markets and preserving the market share.

As part of the programme, a buyers’ delegation of 1,000 professionals of the sector representing Europe, the Middle East, the USA, North Africa and Asian countries will be hosted at the exhibition.