ORGANIZED by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show and the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem and Pearl Show are set to return under the brand-new Exhibition+ hybrid model.
The physical shows will run concurrently on March 1-5, 2023 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center (HKCEC), while Click2Match, its online smart business matching platform, will operate on March 1-12, 2023.
The new Exhibition+ model reinvents trade fairs to serve global jewelers anytime and anywhere. Beyond everlasting beauty and grace, the lineup of industry seminars, jewelry parades and networking sessions will also deliver exceptional insight.
Exhibition+ comprises four key exhibition elements, including HKTDC-organized physical fairs, the smart business-matching platform Click2Match, online-to-offline seminars under the Intelligence Hub, and the hktdc.com Sourcing platform, to provide round-the-clock services that boost the flexibility and effectiveness of business promotion for SMEs and offer benefits such as extended fair periods, expanded platforms and enhanced opportunities.
Exhibition+ extends face-to-face interactions from physical exhibitions to an online smart business-matching platform to help enterprises connect with business partners proactively.
As always, the HKTDC’s 50 global offices will actively recruit international buyers, while its business-matching specialists will match suitable exhibitors according to buyers’ sourcing demands, and arrange online and offline meetings to facilitate business cooperation.
Under the theme of “A Sparkling Feast Crafted in Excellence,” the twin jewelry shows are expected to gather over 2,200 exhibitors from around the globe, presenting a dazzling array of exquisite jewelry and jewelry-making materials.
Group pavilions will include Japan Jewellery Association, Japan Pearl Exporters Association, Singapore Jewellers Association, India’s Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council, Istanbul Mineral and Metals Exporters’ Association, Italian Trade Commission and more.
Source : Manila Times