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IJK returns to Kobe

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Mar '10
Western Japan's largest jewellery show, the 14th International Jewellery Kobe (IJK 2010), will be held again this year from May 13th to 15th, 2010 at Kobe International Exhibition Hall. Organized by Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd. and with the special support of Japan Pearl Promotion Society, 400 exhibitors from 20 countries will participate in this grand event which is set to attract 14,000 buyers from all over Japan and 50 countries worldwide over the three day show period. Specialized zones at IJK include the World Pearl Area, Gemstones Zone, and Silver & Costume Jewellery Zone, among others.

Following the success of last year's show, Show Management will be carrying out the "Premium Buyers Hosting Program" again this year to further increase the number of big international buyers to the show. By extending special invitations to carefully selected buyers and leading jewellery associations from around the world, 500 premium buyers are expected to visit IJK from countries such as China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, India,Thailand and more.

In addition, executives from Japan's top 500 retailers will also be extended special invitations to IJK, which will increase attendance of high quality buyers and greatly enhance business results for exhibitors during the show.

IJK is set to once again deliver outstanding business results to participants from around the world. Available space is limited and booths are provided on a first-come-first-served basis.

International Jewellery Kobe


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