Sharjah Watch and Jewelry Show draws buyers and sellers worldwide
The 53rd edition of Sharjah's bi-annual Watch and Jewellery Middle East Show is set to showcase a stunning array of the finest watches, jewelry, precious stones, and gold craftsmanship starting January 31.
The event, organized by Expo Centre Sharjah, is expected to draw over 500 exhibitors, including major national and international gold companies, jewelers, and high-end brand names.
Running until February 4, the exhibition will host exhibitors and brands from various countries, contributing to a diverse showcase of the latest trends and innovations in the industry. Participants hail from the UK, US, Russia, UAE, Bahrain, China, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Lebanon, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, and Yemen.
Abdullah Sultan Al Owais, Chairman of the Sharjah Chamber and Expo Centre Sharjah, emphasized the significant economic impact that each edition of the Watch and Jewellery Middle East Show brings to the sector. Major brands eagerly anticipate the show as an opportunity to enhance their presence among regional patrons of these exquisite products.
Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO of Expo Centre Sharjah, highlighted the show's appeal to companies and brands, providing them with extensive opportunities to showcase their latest designs, launch exclusive and innovative products, and connect with customers seeking bespoke jewelry designs.
Spanning 30,000 square meters, the exhibition space will feature pavilions representing countries renowned for their elegant watches and opulent jewelry designs. The annual event typically attracts 70,000 visitors, including 1,800 trade visitors, offering them the chance to explore exclusive gold and diamond designs, the latest in fashionable jewelry, precious stones, pearls, and exquisite timepieces. The Watch and Jewelry Middle East Show serves as a platform for industry players to engage with a discerning audience and stay abreast of emerging trends in the dynamic world of watches and jewelry.