More than 250 companies from 25 countries will take part in the upcoming Dubai International Jewellery Week, a leading jewellery event in the Middle East, which is re-launching as a consumer-focused event this year.
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Traders and buyers from around the world have taken Dubai International Jewellery Week by storm as exhibitors see significant rise in cash deals and international orders.
With billions worth of jewellery on display at Dubai World
A global delegation of more than 100 VIP buyers will gather at the Hosted Buyers Programme at Dubai International Jewellery Week as growth of consumer demand for gold jewellery hits double digit year-on-year.
Dedicated top-level b
The Italian Trade Commission-UAE has brought 15 top Italian companies to the the Dubai International Jewellery Week (DIJW), at a time when Italian jewellery exports to the UAE increased 20 per cent year-on-year in 2008, it said.
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Dubai’s gold traders are increasingly targeting China as global volatility hits domestic consumer demand and given the fact that China was the world’s largest gold producer, second-largest consumer and fifth-largest holder of reserves in 2008.
Dubai International Jewellery Week 2008, the region’s premiere watch and jewellery event, has increased exhibition space by 20 per cent to meet higher demand.
The expo this year comprises three separate events. The first show, Areeq Dubai,
Areeq Dubai, an exclusive event which brings together prestigious watch and jewellery brands as part of Dubai International Jewellery Week will showcase the latest men’s collections from the Middle East and around the world.
From connoisseurs to wholesalers and collectors to retailers, Dubai International Jewellery Week’s new three-show format has something for everyone.
The event will be held from December 11 to 15 at the Dubai International Convention and Ex