Giving a boost to gems and jewellery market
The Delhi Jewellery and Gem Fair (DJGF), hosted by UBM India, brought back top–notch jewellers, import & export merchants and industry associations in the Capital with its 6th edition. The three day fair at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi was inaugurated in the presence of Ruby Yadav, Member of Board of Governors, NIFT, Ministry of Textile, Government of India; Ram Niwas Goel, speaker Delhi Legislative Assembly; Shyam Jaju, National Vice President, BJP; Ram Avatar Verma, Chairman, The Bullion and Jewellers Association Delhi among other esteemed guests.
Spread over three halls, the event had a glittering display with over 280 participants showcasing, and receiving an overwhelming response from the neighbouring states. The show saw jewellery wholesalers, retailers, jewellery manufacturers and representatives from trade and governmental organisations come under one dedicated expanse to meet, engage, network and grow their business. An insightful seminar on 'Diamond Assortment and Valuation' by the National Institute of Diamond and Gems and Design Academy of India was one of the highlights of the fair, along with a 100 plus hosted buyer programme. Speaking on the inauguration, Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India said, "Currently, as a sector, the Gems and Jewellery market has started witnessing remarkable changes. While still at a nascent stage, the opportunities for growth for the organised retail jewellery market in India are unlimited. UBM India understands the love for sparkle, and through the Delhi Jewellery and Gem Fair – will try to further augment this sector."
The DJGF 2017 also witnesed the third edition of the Retail Jewellers Guild Awards on September 10 at The Lalit, New Delhi, a unique initiative by UBM India through which excellence and efforts of individuals & organisations in the Retail Jewellery Business are recognised and honoured on a pan India level.