HKTDC presents two annual events that are set to dazzle the jewellery world with glittering finished pieces and exceptional raw materials—the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show and the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show.
There is little doubt about it: Hong Kong has become a prime destination for the gem and jewellery sector. This is evident in the record number of visitors who descended on the city this year to see the products offered at the twin shows sponsored by the HKTDC.
Step into a world-class exhibition of timeless elegance as the 36th Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) Hong Kong International Jewellery Show and the sixth HKTDC Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem, and Pearl Show return.
A panel at the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show focused on how changes in technology, consumer demographics, and the customer/producer relationship affect the question of ethical business behaviour.
Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) presents two annual events that together form the world’s largest marketplace for jewellery—the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show and the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show.
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