Watch & Jewelry Trade Shows / Fairs, Exhibitions

2016 Watch & Jewellery Trade Shows

2015 Watch & Jewellery Trade Shows

Trade Shows Country Dates
Dubai International Jewellery Week UAE Dec 9-12
Mineralien Hamburg Germany Dec 4-6
Jewellery Arabia Bahrain Nov 24-28
Jeweller Expo Ukraine Ukraine Nov 12-15
Singapore JewelFest Singapore Oct 9-18
The MidEast Watch & Jewellery Show UAE Oct 6-10
Shenzhen International Jewellery Fair China Sep 10-14
Giftrends Madrid Spain Sep 9-13
VicenzaOro Italy Sep 5-9
JOGS Fall Gem and Jewelry Show USA Sep 4-7
Bijorhca Paris France Sep 4-7
IJL International Jewellery London UK Aug 31-Sep 2
Malaysia International Jewellery Fair Malaysia Aug 21-24
Beijing International Jewellery Fair China Jun 20-26
Jewellery & Watch London UK Jun 17-18
VicenzaOro Italian Club at JCK USA May 29-Jun 1
Chibimart Italy May 22-25
Jeweller Expo Ukraine Ukraine May 14-17
International Jewellery & Watch Show Abu Dhabi UAE May 5-9
Garderobe Russia Apr 16-18
The MidEast Watch & Jewellery Show UAE Mar 31-Apr 4
Jewellery and Gem Fair Europe Germany Mar 22-25
Baselworld Switzerland Mar 19-26
Hong Kong International Jewellery Show China Mar 4-8
Hong Kong International Diamond Gem & Pearl Show China Mar 2-6
Inhorgenta Munich Germany Feb 20-23
The Jewellery Show UK Feb 1-5
JOGS Winter Gem and Jewelry Show USA Jan 29-Feb 9
VicenzaOro Italy Jan 23-28
Bijorhca Paris France Jan 23-26
Girls Jewellery Tokyo Japan Jan 22-25
International Jewellery Tokyo (IJT) Japan Jan 21-24
Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie Switzerland Jan 19-23

Watch and Jewelry Industry

A turning point in the fortunes of the luxury industry came this year when the US notched up 14 consecutive months of growth for jewellery sales. The April statistic was a sign of the country’s emergence as the driving consumer force in the luxury industry in 2014, according to Sarah Quinlan, head of market insights at MasterCard’s professional services division.

Speaking at the FT’s Business of Luxury conference in Mexico in May, Ms Quinlan explained that as sales to Chinese consumers slowed, jewellery, a vital focus for “discretionary spending”, had become one of the fastest-growing market segments.

Analysts say jewellery is the best-positioned luxury goods category in the “new normal” for the industry, closely followed by accessories overall, then watches.
Read more at FT Watches & Jewellery