Jewellery & Watch adds new global manufacturers area

Jewellery & Watch adds new global manufacturers area

Jewellery & Watch has taken over two more of the Birmingham NEC’s halls for its 2020 February show, adding a section showcasing overseas lines to buyers.

The show is aiming to simplify the lives of buyers and retailers by displaying an extensive collection of jewellery from European, Asian, African and South American manufacturers.

The global white label section, in the NEC’s Hall 18, will present jewellery and watches, in addition to accessories, homeware, giftware and fashion.

Highlights will include jewellery businesses like El Joyero and Vanee Jewels of India, and Yiwu Fashen Jewelry from China.

In Hall 19, meanwhile, visitors can expect seminars from the new Design and Source Stage. Some of these seminars will aim to bring attendees up to speed on buying from places like Turkey, North Africa, India and China.

Jewellery & Watch 2020, which is part of the larger Spring Fair, will run February 2-6.

Jewellery & Watch event director, Kirsty Broere, comments: “White label products play an important role in the independent jewellery retail sector and we are excited to complement Jewellery & Watch in Hall 1 with the new Sourcing sector in Hall 18.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for bricks-and-mortar and e-commerce stores to expand their product offering without having to undertake costly international travel. Visitors can pick up the Sourcing Sector Guide at Spring Fair 2020 to navigate the space and find out more about each exhibitor.”

News Source: professionaljeweller

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