Jewellery Exhibition in Pragati Maidan | Gem fair | Delhi, India
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Over 300 Exhibitors & 650 brands from Gems & Jewellery Industry to participate in  8th Edition of Delhi Jewellery and Gem Fair ( DJGF ) 2019  


28 – 30 September 2019 – Pragati Maidan, New Delhi  

New Delhi, 14th August, 2019: Informa Markets in India, India’s leading B2B event’s organiser that recently combined with Informa Markets is all set to bring in the 8th edition of North India’s biggest International Jewellery trade show - The Delhi Jewellery & Gem Fair (DJGF) in Delhi at Hall Number 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, from (10 AM – 06:00 PM) 28th – 30th September 2019, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.  

 Over 300 participating exhibitors and over 650 brands, DJGF 2019 will see a congregation of prime Jewellers, and Import & Export merchants amongst other key industry stakeholders. The three day fair, will showcase unique and trending Jewellery and will also see a record buyer participation from Dubai, Singapore, Nepal, Malaysia and China. 


Mr Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, Informa Markets in India, while announcing the 8th edition of DJGF said, “The Delhi Jewellery and Gem Fair will showcase this industry in an organised structure setting an unequalled standard for the buyer community by giving them confidence, variety, authenticity and transparency. The Gems and Jewellery industry is one of the biggest businesses in India, playing a crucial role in the Indian economy, contributing around 7 per cent of the country's GDP and 15.71 per cent to India's total merchandise exports. This fastest-growing, export-oriented and labour-intensive sector brings in huge foreign exchange and gives employment to over 4.64 million workers, both in organized as well as unorganized sectors. The overall market size is expected to reach $ 110 bn by 2022 from approximately $ 60 bn in 2017.” 


He added, ”The organised players in the industry will continue to play a fundamental role as they have the potential to adapt to the consumer and economic changes. Moreover, the push for digitalisation will only strengthen the organised sector and the introduction to zero tax liability for those in the Rs. 5 lakh income will bring into line the expansion in tier II and III markets. Overall, the sector is also witnessing changes in consumer preferences with the ever-increasing demand for novel designs and diversity in jewellery. North India is the country’s major market known for its affinity for gleaming and statement jewellery pieces, including 

Mughal antique, gold, diamond, rubies, emaralds, polkis and kundan navratna, to name just a few which will be offered at our show. This augurs well for the upcoming wedding and festive season when jewellers will see higher sales and footfalls.” 


The show will also see participation from Indian States such as Punjab, Haryana, UP, Uttrakhand, Rajasthan, Gujarat & Maharashtra amongst others.  


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