11 February 2011

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Gujarat International Jewellery Show 2011

GJTCI is a nationwide council that works for the development & prosperity of the gem & jewellery industry of India. GJTCI, in short period, has gained appreciation from the businessmen of jewellery trade all over India as well as the Government & the general public. To promote the jewellery industry, GJTCI frequently arranges seminars, workshops, lectures , exhibitions etc.The B2B Jewellery Show organized by GJTCI during September 17-18-19 , 2010 was a huge success in terms of exbibitors, number of footfalls etc. Keeping the growth of the jewellery industry in mind & the demand from the jewellers fraternity to organize B2B show once again, we intend to come up with an exclusive B2B exhibition again in approx. September 2011 to provide direct opportunities to the jewellers & wholesellers to meet and to discuss their business personally. Ahmedabad will experience this kind of Show where the businessmen shall be provided with one-to-one meeting & offered complete privacy to make deals. The event shall be hosted in the best of place in Ahmedabad to ensure that the participants enjoy the business-oriented ambiance as well.

Event organizer: Gem & Jewellery Trade Council of India
Event duration: Friday,23 Sep 2011 To Sunday,25 Sep 2011
Street: "Gem Place" 3rd Floor Deepkala Building,Nr. Municipal Market, C. G. Road
City/Town: Ahmedabad ,State:Gujarat, Country: India
URL: http://jewelgjtci.org/ , Email: gjtci@yahoo.co.in
Phone: +91 79 2640 2573

Diamond World News Service

GJEPC and World Crafts Council join hands
In the endeavour to promote the traditional crafts of Indian jewellery, the Gem and Jewellery Export promotion Council (India’s apex gem and jewellery body) tied up with World Crafts Council on the occasion of the Abhushan Design Dialogue Conference & Workshop which took place from 28th January – 3rd February, 2011 during the Crafts Exchange Program in New Delhi. The collaboration is directed at reviving the dying craftsmanship of traditional Indian jewellery, which exhibits varied types across the different states in India.
During the workshop, both entities supported four primary art forms -Filigree, Bidri, Patwa and Interlaced Jewellery. The council sponsored 22 participants for the workshop, including artisans, designers and faculty members from the Council's Institutions IIGJ, Mumbai, Jaipur, Delhi and IDI Surat National Institute of Design NID was the resource partner for this event, under the able guidance of Ms Shimul Vyas and her team. The specimens of these crafts will be put displayed on a dedicated zone at the IIJS 2011 (India International Jewelry Show) in Mumbai.
Through this effort both entities aim at developing talent for these dying art forms and creating a niche for Indian jewellery across the globe. The main objective of the World Crafts Council is the establishment of a craft movement to provide a better future to the craftsperson's of the world. The workshop was inaugurated by Rita Menon, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles in the presence of Mr. Rajiv Jain, Chairman, GJEPC along with other dignitaries.
The workshop preceded the Abhushan Conference, which was inaugurated on 4th February, 2011, at the hands of Chief Minister of Delhi, Ms. Sheila Dixit. The conference is slated until 6th February. An Amarapali Fashion show was slated to be held on 4th February at the Australian Embassy and Vajra dance of the Diamond at Chief Minister Sheila Dixit’s residence, the following day. Mr Hemant Shah from GJEPC is expected to make a presentation on 6th, to be attended by around 200 international delegates.
source: http://diamondworld.net/contentview.aspx?item=5715