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Emeralds Park at first-ever e-IGJS 2021


“Looking at the positive developments in global markets, the recovery in retail jewellery demand and the distribution of an effective vaccine, GJEPC felt that the time was right to organise e-IGJS, a show exclusively meant for foreign buyers to source high quality products in a variety of exquisite designs. Global markets like the US, Europe, China and other Asian countries are witnessing increasing demand for gems and jewellery."

- Mr. Colin Shah, Chairman, GJEPC


The International Gem & Jewellery Show (e-IGJS) will be organised in a virtual format by India's Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) with the initiative to improve export sector and to revive post-Covid market sentiments. It will be the first-ever export-oriented show only for international buyers. The show is set from January 18th to 22nd, 2021.

200+ exhibitors will be present at the e-IGJS, exhibiting fine jewellery, plain gold jewellery, studded jewellery, platinum jewellery, silver jewellery, loose diamonds, gemstones, fashion jewellery and more. More than 500 customers have registered to the first version of e-IGJSS.

Buyers are expected from countries like Algeria, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Canada, China, CIS, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Korea, Kurdistan, Kuwait, Latin America, Lebanon, Malaysia, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, Oman, Philippines, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, UK/Europe, USA, Vietnam, etc.


The e-IGJS is an exclusive export-oriented exhibition designed to meet foreign buyers' needs. The varied selection of items from Diamond Jewellery, Coloured Stone Jewellery, Plain Gold, Silver, Platinum to loose gemstones and diamonds is presented by 100 handpicked Gem & Jewellery manufacturers from India to over 500+ registered buyers from 56 countries.


“The disruptions caused by COVID pandemic posed a serious challenge to the exporters of this sector. However, the industry remained resilient and has been gradually improving to move towards the path of recovery. I’m happy to note that the gems and jewellery exports from the country are back to pre COVID levels in the last quarter. We acknowledge the contribution of the members of the industry and the Export Promotion Council in emerging fairly unscathed to this unprecedented crisis.”

-Mr. Suresh Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Commerce & Industry


“I believe that India becoming ‘jeweller to the world’ is not just a goal but our destiny; better still, it’s a fait accompli that is slowly but surely being propelled by initiatives such as the e-IGJS virtual exhibition. The show is a testimony of India’s manufacturing prowess in Gems & Jewellery to the global audience.”

-Colin Shah, Chairman, GJEPC



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