Jaipur, 28 November: Jaipur Jewellery Show (JJS-2016), which was scheduled to be held from 23 December to 26 December at Jaipur Exhibition Convention Center (JECC), has been postponed.

In the Exhibitors meet, which was recently held on 26 November (Saturday) at Hotel ITC  Rajputana , many of the exhibitors were of the opinion that the show should be postponed owing to the present circumstances.

During the meet JJS Convener, Mr. Vimal Chand Surana said “All the prepations of JJS are going on according to the schedule and the French Ambassador’s presence as the Chief Guest has also been confirmed.”

Secretary of JJS, Mr. Rajiv Jain presented a detailed power point presentation of JJS-2016 in front of exhibitors and discussed the changes that have been made in hall A and B for the convenience of the visitors. He further said that 700 booths have already been booked and the waiting list of the exhibitors is also there.

On this occasion, a large number of exhibitors appealed to postpone the show considering the current situation. After a discussion among the JJS organizing committee, Secretary, Rajiv Jain announced the postponement of JJS’16 and said the new dates of the show will be decided after 31 December. He further added that the preparations have been made for the prestigious JJS-Jewellers’ Choice Awards scheduled to be held on 23 December and will remain unchanged.

In the beginning, JJS Speaker, Ajay Kala welcomed the exhibitors and said that the popularity of the brand JJS is at its peak. Country’s retailers are excited about JJS. This year many jewellery institutes, publications, young designers, and knowledge sharing activities along with the jewellery industry are giving a new direction to the Jewellery Show. With 730 booths and 65 designer booths in an area of 1.5 Lakh square feet, JJS is the second biggest show in the world in terms of B2B and B2C.


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