The Middle East's premier bi-annual exhibition showcasing the latest design and trends in watch, gold, precious stones and diamonds will be open from 27th September 2016 to 1st October 2016.
Expo Centre Sharjah, AL TAAWUN STREET, Sharjah
27 September 2016, 12:00 PM
01 October 2016, 10:00 PM
The 41st MidEast Watch and Jewellery Show is the largest showcase of its kind in the region featuring jewellery creations from jewelers and retailers who are known the world over for their designs, craftsmanship and superior quality.
The allure for gold and precious gems transcends countries and cultures with the Middle East, having particular affinity towards the glitter and glitz of the precious metal. Some of the main reasons for shoppers being drawn to the Watch and Jewellery Show are because gold still continues to hold the safe-haven appeal and the value of gold and diamond are always on the rise. With improved economic growth prospects and consumer confidence, the consumers are also more fashion conscious and have better spending power.
The Spring and Autumn Editions
The spring and autumn editions of the MidEast Watch and Jewellery Show cater to the seasonal surge in demand and are highly sought-after events in the region and beyond.
While the spring edition enjoys the benefit of being one of the first jewellery shows to be held in the new year, thereby offering jewellers an opportunity to introduce latest creations and trends for the year at the show, the autumn edition comes at a time when the summer break is over and the regional business climate brightens up. Expectations are high on account of the forthcoming festival season.
The MidEast Watch & Jewellery Show brings together leading jewellery chains and designers from all over the world, which makes it one of the largest regional jewellery showcases featuring the most extensive collections and trendsetting creations.
It is the most cost-effective and reputable show, attracting true connoisseurs of gold and diamond jewellery, apart from regular and VVIP customers and trade buyers. They often buy in bulk and have a special liking for premium and rare creations, while trade buyers are seen scouting for dealership opportunities.
This year would involve a gathering of more than 450 exhibitors from across the world, involving participation of Brazil, Bahrain, Hong Kong, China, Italy, India, Lebanon, Jordan, Japan, Malaysia, Lithuania, Singapore, Turkey, US, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Pakistan, and UAE.