For the second consecutive year, an India Pavilion organised by the Gems & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) — in collaboration with the Indian embassy in Doha — will be part of the Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition (DJWE) 2020.
The event is scheduled to be held at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre from today until February 29.
The India Pavilion will feature 27 exhibitors and showcase a complete range of products, including studded jewellery with stones like rubies, emeralds, sapphires and pearls; as well as plain and handmade jewellery.
The collections include a wide range of contemporary, modern jewellery, with detailed and exquisite craftsmanship and designs inspired by European and Middle Eastern trends over the last few decades.
Some of the prominent Indian jewellers who will be part of the India Pavilion are Amore Jewels Pvt Ltd, Belisma, Champalal and Co (Jewellers), Creative Overseas, Deepika Creations, De’viva Jewels, Full Moon Jewels, G.M.
Products Pvt Ltd, GDK Jewels Pvt Ltd, Hia Exports, Iris Jewels, Jagan Nath Hem Chand, J H Jewellers, KK Jewels, Kothari’s Jewellers, LS Enterprises, Lodha Jeweller, Lotus Gem, Mehta & Sons, M.L.
Impex, Noor Jewels, Rishabh Durga Gems and Jewels, Shrians Jewels, Sital Dass and Sons, Sital Dass Son, Vihaan Exims Co Pvt Ltd and Zel Jewellers Ltd Gems and Jewellery have been identified as one of the ‘champion sectors’ by the Indian government to push growth in manufacturing and generate job opportunities, according to a press statement issued by the Indian embassy.
“Indian gems and jewellery exports to the Middle East region accounted for $12.11bn in 2019. Indian manufacturers had received an encouraging response from buyers across the world at DJWE 2019. This year’s edition of DJWE is also expected to attract a lot of attention of interested customers and connoisseurs of luxury jewellery items,” the statement noted.
The India Pavilion at the DJWE 2020 is being spearheaded by GJEPC, which was set up by India’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry in 1966, as the apex body of the gems and jewellery industry in the country. Today, it represents over 7,000 exporters in the sector.
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