Industry awaits JGW Singapore with bated breath!

Asia’s most-awaited B2B jewellery event launches on 27 September
Industry awaits JGW Singapore with bated breath!

With less than two weeks to go before opening day, Jewellery & Gem WORLD Singapore (JGW Singapore) is primed to present one of the largest gatherings of the jewellery buying community after nearly three years of a pandemic-induced hiatus.

Asia’s biggest B2B show of the year is reuniting international trade buyers with about 1,000 exhibitors comprising jewellery manufacturers, gemstone specialists, equipment and tool suppliers, and packaging solutions vendors from 30+ countries and regions from 27 to 30 September at the Singapore EXPO. 

“We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to JGW – one of the biggest and most global in-person jewellery events to be held since 2019,” said David Bondi, Senior Vice President of Informa Markets in Asia. “Opening day is only about two weeks away, and I am certain that everyone cannot wait for the show doors to open and catch up with colleagues and friends in person.” 

The collective industry’s flagship exhibition is temporarily moving from Hong Kong to Singapore to make the venue more accessible to industry professionals eager for face-to-face networking. Singapore allows fully vaccinated visitors* to enter the country without pre-departure and on-arrival tests and quarantine, whereas Hong Kong still imposes mandatory hotel quarantine, and pre- and on-arrival tests for incoming travellers. 

Only fully vaccinated visitors are permitted to enter and/or remain at the Singapore EXPO to attend JGW Singapore in accordance with government guidelines for large-scale events with more than 500 participants.  

Prior to the Singapore show, a special-edition Hong Kong fair will deliver tailored sourcing experiences to local trade buyers and jewellery lovers from Friday (16 September) until next Monday (19 September).  

JGW is making its full return to Hong Kong in 2023.

Segmented into 20+ show floor destinations spread across 35,000 square metres of gross exhibit space for easy navigation, the fair features pavilions representing the Antwerp World Diamond Centre (AWDC), Colombia, Germany, Hong Kong, International Colored Gemstone Association (ICA), India, Israel Diamond Institute (IDI), Italy, Japan, Korea, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Türkiye and the US. Also not to be missed is the Premier Pavilion, a section that puts superbly crafted collections and investment-quality gemstones front and centre of the fair. 

Meanwhile, JGW Hong Kong Special Edition is returning to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) this Friday (16 September) until next Monday (19 September). Reformatted to adapt to quarantine control measures still in place in Hong Kong, the sourcing event is open to both B2B buyers and jewellery lovers to generate cross-market opportunities for the trade. 

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