The GJEPC organised its first physical road show post-Covid in Kochi to create an awareness about the return of its flagship event, India International Jewellery Show (IIJS) Premiere 2021, slated from 15th to 19th September at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bengaluru.
The Council organises road shows to invite local jewellers from other states (and countries) to experience India’s world-class production capabilities and expertise in jewellery manufacturing.
The dignitaries present at the Kochi road show were (pictured here, from left) Adv. Abdul Nazar, State Treasurer, All Kerala Gold & Silver Merchants Association (AKGSMA); Mansuk Kothari, Co-Convener, National Exhibitions, GJEPC; K. Surendran, State General Secretary, AKGSMA; Dr. B. Govindan, State President, AKGSMA; C.V. Krishnadas, State Working General Secretary, AKGSMA; Somasundaram PR, Regional CEO, World Gold Council; Roy Palathra, State Working President, AKGSMA; P. V. Jose, Director, PVJ Endeavors; and Varghese Alukka, MD, Jos Alukkas. GJEPC’s road shows are positioned to increase participation from smaller towns across the country, with the hope that increased response from these areas will lead to greater trade relationships and larger volumes of business transacted from these destinations.