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    Exclusive jewellery retail show in Dubai

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    With the Dubai International Jewellery Week growing rapidly in popularity attracting not only royalty, celebrities and prominent personalities but also top retailers and traders in jewellery, it has been decided to hold an exclusive retail event from December 11 to 15 this year.

    Jewellery Collections Dubai is designed to cater to every aspect of jewellery retail industry and preparations are on at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre to make it Dubai’s jewellery retail event of the year with companies from across the globe coming together under one roof to showcase their latest creations.

    This is besides the high-end Areeq Dubai and trade specific Jewellery Trade Dubai which has been positioned alongside the retail event to so as to provide traders the opportunity of interacting with the top retailers in the jewellery business.

    Director General, Dubai World Trade Centre, organiser of Jewellery Collections Dubai, Mr Helal Saeed Al Marri said, “having all the big names of the retail jewellery industry under one roof is Jewellery Collections Dubai’s greatest appeal, making it the number one event in the UAE. Support from key industry associations and brands has been tremendous and we are looking forward to the best edition yet. ”.

    With retail gold jewellery sales in Dubai in excess of United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED) 6 billion a year and rising, it makes perfect business sense to have a focused event such as Jewellery Collections Dubai. The earlier editions of the Dubai Jewellery event have seen a tremendous increase in the number of retail exhibitors and related visitors and providing an exclusive platform like Jewellery Collections Dubai would further attract a targeted audience.

    According to Mr. Tawhid Abdullah, Chairman of the Dubai Gold and Jewellers Group (DGJG), “This is the world’s fastest growing jewellery market and the foundations are strong enough for it to double its retail space in the next four years.”

    The World Gold Council reported a 21% increase in demand for jewellery in the first quarter of this year alone, with buying trends largely boosted by an increasing per capita income that ranks amongst the highest in the world.