Jaipur is emerging as centre of jewellery manufacturing with colourstone, says Rajiv Arora

The four-day Jaipur Jewelery Show (JJS) concluded recently. Organized at JECC, Jaipur spread over 2.5 lakh square feet, the show was attended by more than 45,000 visitors and traders over the four days.

Chairman, Rajasthan Small Industries Corporation, Rajiv Arora was the chief guest of the closing ceremony. He said that JJS which started with 65 booths has now grown to more than 900 booths which clearly shows its success. He said that networking is the biggest earning in the 21st century and JJS has played an important role in increasing it. Arora further informed that Jaipur is now emerging as the fastest growing center not only for colourstones but also for jewellery manufacturing. In the Covid period, the work of jewellery manufacturing continued with protocols, that is why its market has increased from Rs 800 crores to Rs 6600 crores. He said that with the involvement of design colleges and institutes, JJS provides a wide range of all types of jewellery along with raw materials, machinery, so JJS can be rightly called a one-stop show.

JJS Secretary, Rajiv Jain informed about the 4-day journey of JJS. He said that in view of the increasing demand of the exhibitors in JJS, the number of booths in JJS may increase to more than 1000 next year. In the initial survey, most of the exhibitors have demanded to increase the size of the booth and clarify the nature of B2B and B2C. Jain said that all the exhibitors of Pink Club were very happy and satisfied with this new initiative. Next year the Pink Club will be given a new look and a wider scale.

Earlier, Vice Chairman, JJS, Dinesh Khatoria, while delivering the welcome speech said that this time JJS has registered participation of representatives from more than 30 countries and business has been much better than expected. He said that this time the exhibitors of the new initiative Pink Club have also received a very good response.

Spokesperson, JJS Mr Ajay Kala conducted the closing ceremony. He said that this time JJS has been the best show ever in terms of business as well as management. It turned out to be the most comprehensive, dazzling, and unique show ever. He thanked all the exhibitors, sellers and visitors for the success of the show.

At the closing ceremony, the vendors associated with the event were given mementoes for their cooperation. Most of these have been associated with JJS since its inception in 2003.

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