Jewelry Fair Korea 2011, the leading trade event dedicated to jewelry, gem and watches in Korea, will be held from April 14-17, 2011, at the COEX Exhibition Center in Seoul, South Korea. Organized by the Korea International Trade Association (KITA), the 9th edition of Korea’s largest international jewelry and watch fair would be providing a perfect platform for the professionals related to the Jewelry industry who either take first class flight or travel by business class flights to Seoul to showcase their latest products at the fair. Visitors at Jewelry Fair Korea 2011 expected to be present in significant numbers includes jewelry wholesalers, jewelry retailers, duty free retailers, jewelry manufacturer jewelry designers, gemologists, watch or clock retailers, and many more. Visitors, most of whom are likely to book business class seats and travel by business class airlines to Seoul, will get an opportunity to explore the uniquely designed jewelry, watches, and other luxury items from around the globe.
Over the past few years the trade fair has shown a continuous growth and has proved itself to be an important accelerator for Korea’s jewelry and watch industry. More than 200 exhibitors from Korea and 13 other countries around the world would be participating in the fair. There are several leading international airlines through which the exhibitors are likely to seek business class discounts so that they are able to travel by cheap business class flights to Seoul to launch and display their newest range of products at this superb platform. Exhibits to be displayed at the Jewelry Fair Korea 2011 includes diamond jewelry; pearl jewelry; platinum jewelry; gold, silver; beads jewelry; antique jewelry; pearls; gemstones such as ruby, sapphire, opal, emerald, crystal fine jewelry; jewelry watches; watches & clocks; fashion jewelry & accessories; etc.
In 2010, leading Korean companies such as Princess and Gembros showcased its diamond jewelry collection. Foreign companies such as Hong Kong’s Gem Asia, Italy’s Safimet, Japan’s Giono and Singapore’s Teng Huat also marked their presence at the trade fair. Remember to fly cheap business class to Seoul as the first two days of the jewel fair would be open for trade buyers, whereas the last two days would be open to the public. Jewelry Fair Korea 2011 is all set to prove itself as the ideal platform for jewelry wholesalers and retailers to expand their business network in the thriving Korean jewelry market.