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Industry Events

61st Bangkok Gems and Jewelry Fair saw “record breaking success”


The 61st Bangkok Gems and Jewelry Fair, organized by the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce, was a resounding success reporting record breaking trade value to showcase the strength of Thailand’s gems and jewelry industry to the world. Held from February 21-25, the 61st edition of Bangkok Gems and Jewelry Fair attracted visitors from 113 countries with top five visiting nations included India, Myanmar, China, USA and Russia.

Atlanta Jewelry Show goes on the road with GIA Diamond Grading Lab Session

Chattanooga, TN March 19 - 23, 2018

Diamond(ATLANTA) - As part of a continuing effort to expand educational resources and opportunities for its community of independent jewelers, the Atlanta Jewelry Show will offer a GIA (Gemological Institute of America) Diamond Grading Lab session on the road March 19 - 23, on location at the Westin Chattanooga in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

JIS Miami, Centurion South Beach Show to co-locate in October

jis breaker(NORWALK, Conn.) - This October, the 2018 JIS Miami October Show and the Centurion South Beach Show will be co-locating their events in the beautifully remodeled Miami Beach Convention Center in the heart of South Beach, Florida. The co-location following a $620 million renovation of the venue, promises easier participation of both events and more buying and selling opportunities for retailers and exhibitors alike.

Jewelers for Children announces annual Rings of Strength

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The annual Jewelers for Children Rings of Strength will be held on Thursday, May 31, at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. The very popular event includes options for a 5K walk or run, a challenging bike ride in the scenic foothills of Red Rock Valley, or a less strenuous, street level bike ride. Sponsors are lining up for this year’s event and participants can now register to participate. The event, now in its sixth year, has generated nearly $300,000 to help children in need.