The show will also see participation from Indian cities such as New Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Ambala to name a few.
The 9th edition of North India’s biggest International Jewellery trade show – The Delhi Jewellery & Gem Fair (DJGF) is going to take place in New Delhi at Pragati Maidan from 2nd – 4th October 2021. The three-day expo will see participation from 200 + exhibitors, 850 + traditional, modern & innovative designer brands and 15000+ unique designs. It will see a congregation of prime Jewellers and Import & Export merchants amongst other key industry stakeholders. The show is strongly supported The Bullion & Jewellers Association (IBJA), Gems & Jewellery Trade Council of India, Delhi Jewellers Association, Maliwada Jewellers Association, Meerut Bullion Traders Association, All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation and many more.
Speaking on the return of DJGF in its 9th edition in the physical format, Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, Informa Markets in India said, “The Gems and Jewellery industry is one of the biggest businesses in India, playing a crucial role in the Indian economy. While India’s gold and diamond trade contributed 7.5% to India’s GDP, India’s total merchandise exports contributed 14%. Generating massive employment opportunities, the sector is likely to employ 8.23 million persons by 2022, from a 5 million in 2020. In the coming years, 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. The established brands not only provide variety in terms of products and designs, but they also guide the organised market and open up opportunities to grow. Moreover, the world saw a shift in the consumer mindset in this ongoing pandemic. A recent industry report said the online gold market in India, still nascent, at 1-2% growth, is witnessing huge demand from both digital players who view this market as an opportunity and established jewellers who view this market as a required addition to their brick-and-mortar model.”