Jewelry Arabia, over 21 years has grown into the biggest jewelry and watch event in the Middle East. The 2012 edition of the event is scheduled to take place in Bahrain in the month of October. The eagerly anticipated event is sure to attract a global audience. Renowned industry figures and enthusiasts will be in attendance at the five day event. Jewelry Arabia will be held at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre. It is going to be a mega event as over 550 exhibitors from 30 countries are expected to participate. On show will be a wide range of luxury jewelry including watches, necklaces, bracelets and precious stones.
Top Brands, Retailers and Designers will Participate
All the top brands will be present with their best creation of fine jewelry. Apart from the brands some high end jewelry retailers, designers and manufacturers will also attend to showcase their exclusive designs and creations. The exhibition and convention center has large exhibition space and Jewelry Arabia will be spread over 15,500 square meters. All the brands and participants will be striving to make an impact at the exhibition. Renowned global brands like Audemars Piguet, Breguet, Chopard, Harry Winston, Hublot, Omega, Panerai, Patek Phillipe, Piaget and Vacheron Constantin will all be there as the Middle Eastern jewelry market is very lucrative for any significant player in the industry.
Local Jewelers Attract Global Audience
Bahrain Jewelry Centre, Asia Jewelers, Al Mahmood Pearls, Al Zain and Devji are some of the high profile jewelers from Bahrain who will be participating in the exhibition in order to try and catch the attention of an international audience. Fawzi Al Shehabi, director of sales and marketing of Arabian Exhibition Management, the organizers of the event believes that Jewelry Arabia is the single most important jewelry and watch exhibition in the Middle East. Both the trade and private collectors rank it very high in their priority as a buying event as some of the designers use it as their only platform in the Middle East. Even the other participants bring their most exclusive and new collections.