GemGenève 5th Edition Delights Exhibitors & Visitors

The fifth edition of GemGenève, the show dedicated to professional jewellers and enthusiasts and also open to the public, closed its doors on 6 November, having registered a total of 3,543 visitors.

GemGenève delivered a unique experience for first-time buyers and seasoned collectors, showcasing exceptional precious gemstones and other unexpected treasures. Of the 3,543 visitors, 1,662 came back for a second look, making for a total of 5,205 visits, the organisers said. The participation exceeded all previous editions.

A total of 176 exhibitors took part in the event. In addition to 144 professional dealers, other exhibitors included designers from the Vivarium Quartet, Emerging Talents, New Designers, the Strong & Precious project featuring Ukrainian designers, school stands, the Villa stand housing the Singapore Gem Museum display, a micro-mosaics exhibition stand, the Bernard Letu and the Gem Collectors bookshops.

Ronny Totah, Organiser and Co-founder, GemGenève, said, “This edition exceeded all our expectations in terms of numbers. We had slightly fewer exhibitors in November (176) than in May (201), but never before have we had so many buyers and other visitors.”

The 176 exhibitors benefited from a favourable environment for business, discussions, and networking opportunities with connoisseurs and amateur enthusiasts.

“It’s been a great edition”, added Co-founder Thomas Faerber. “We’ve had positive feedback from many of those taking part about the organisation, design, and layout of the exhibition. Most of the exhibitors were visibly happy as they left the event, a sign of business having been good.”

Visitors travelled from over 70 countries to attend the fifth edition of the Geneva International Gem & Jewellery Show. Most came from Switzerland, France, and Italy, followed by the UK, Belgium, and the USA, as well as some from India, Germany, and the UAE.

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