Connect with us

Daily News

GJC gears up for 4th India Gem & Jewellery Show with jewellers’ meets in key international markets




With more than 500 exhibitors, the upcoming festive season and an expected registration of 15,000 visitors, GJS promises to be a mega show

The All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) hosted a media meet recently to unveil the comprehensive plan for promoting the 4th edition of the India Gem & Jewellery Show (GJS), its mega B2B expo to be held from September 30 to October 3, 2023 at Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai. GJC also highlighted various other initiatives undertaken by it.

Spanning over an area of 2,50,000+ sq. ft. area, the GJS beginning September 2023 has more than 500 exhibitors. As part of the promotion of the show, GJC has conducted over 100 road shows across India, and organized jewellers’ meets in key international markets like the UAE, Dubai and Qatar. It will also be organizing jewellers’ meets in Bangladesh, Kuwait, etc. The event is expected to attract more than 15,000 buyers, domestic as well as international. The show will also witness educational seminars along with trend talks by prominent leaders from the industry.

GJS will offer a unique opportunity for participants to connect, collaborate, and exchange valuable insights, ultimately contributing to the growth and innovation within the industry, while bringing together distinguished distributors, wholesalers, manufacturers, traders and connoisseurs of the jewellery realm.

Saiyam Mehra, Chairman, GJC and Convener GJS


Saiyam Mehra, Chairman, GJC and Convener GJS, said, “The show will be beneficial for both exhibitors and visitors as the whole industry will be preparing for the upcoming demand. This edition, we look forward to welcoming buyers from all over the world. We have done rigorous promotions over the last few months, and we have received good response from buyers. The significance of the GJS is that it has evolved into a globally recognized platform for industry professionals, buyers, and exhibitors. This show has the potential to showcase the finest gemstones, jewellery designs, and industry trends which lead us to expand in the international market.”

Rajesh Rokde, Vice Chairman, GJC, said, “Excitement and preparations are on for the Diwali edition of HumaraApnaShow. With more than 500 exhibitors, with huge variety of stocks to fulfill the demands of the upcoming festive season and with an expected registration of 15,000 visitors, this show promises to be a game-changer. Diwali is a time when we see sales of jewellery at the peak, and with an effort to capitalize on the opportunity, GJS Diwali edition is the apt show. Also, I would like to highlight the various initiatives taken up by GJC such as NJA, GJC NextGen and Manthan. Also, we are doing the Labham Seminars which help us to cater to visitor registrations for the upcoming GJS.”

Ashish Pethe, Immediate Past Chairman, GJC

Ashish Pethe, Immediate Past Chairman, GJC, said, “The gem and jewellery industry is constantly evolving, and it is crucial for us to adapt to changing consumer preferences and market dynamics. Through GJC’s initiatives, we are driving innovation, promoting sustainability, and fostering collaboration to ensure the industry’s continued success on both domestic and international fronts. I extend a heartfelt request to the media representatives present here, to rigorously promote the India Gem & Jewellery Show and all the other initiatives undertaken by GJC and support our efforts.”

Nitin Khandelwal, Past Chairman, GJC,

Nitin Khandelwal, Past Chairman, GJC, said, “GJS will comprise the top-of-the-line retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers, traders and delegates from across India. It endeavours to be the ultimate sourcing platform for doing business and is a must-attend for every jeweller. There is need for continuous collaboration between industry stakeholders and I would like to encourage the media to play a crucial role in promoting the India Gem & Jewellery Show and all other initiatives of GJC.”

Nilesh Shobhawat, Co-convener, GJS, said, “I am confident that the upcoming event will not only elevate the stature of the Indian gem and jewellery industry but also open new avenues for business and partnerships on a global scale. Also, I’m the convener of the GJC NextGen, an initiative by GJC where we have formed a committee keeping in mind the need to bring together the next generation of jewellers, so that they can be groomed and nurtured to become better professionals, ethical businessmen and true leaders in the jewellery industry.”

Retail Jeweller India News

Continue Reading

Latest News