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Israeli Pavilion Enjoys Robust Traffic at JCK Las Vegas

Excellent atmosphere and robust business at the Israel Diamond Pavilion at JCK Las Vegas
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The JCK Las Vegas show closed last week (June 13) after four successful days of robust activity. After two years of COVID-related cancellations, it was apparent that both exhibitors and buyers were happy to conduct business face-to-face, once again, and the atmosphere was highly positive. The show, and the Israel Diamond Pavilion in particular, saw healthy traffic from buyers from the US and other countries, and enjoyed a refreshing back-to-business atmosphere.

 

The Israeli pavilion featured 23 diamond companies. With the goal of enabling companies to experience a large-scale show, meet buyers and increase their sales, the Israel Diamond Institute (IDI) gave the Israeli diamantaires the option to rent an innovative, shared working station for an affordable fee. All throughout the show, the Israeli exhibitors reported satisfaction and multiple deals with new clients. The IDI pavilion also included a lounge area that offered visitors refreshments throughout the day.

 

IDI Chairman Arnon Juwal said: “The Israeli exhibitors had an excellent show. We have been through challenging times and have emerged stronger, so we were particularly excited to see so much business done in the pavilion, and witness the satisfaction of our exhibitors. This year, we also offered the Israeli exhibitors an exceptionally lucrative deal which included shared working stations, and we’re happy that so many took it. We also gave the exhibitors 20% off the usual fee, and we will continue to offer the same deal throughout 2022. JCK is especially important to the Israeli diamond market, and we’re happy that we have met expectations.”

 

 

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Aviel Elia, IDI’s Managing Director, commented: “The event was a great success. JCK Las Vegas is one of the most important events in our calendar, and we were all happy to be able to attend it in person. This year, the IDI went the extra mile to increase the number of exhibitors by subsidizing dozens of percentage points of the participation costs, as well as establishing shared booths for a much lower fee. The atmosphere was very positive throughout the show, and the Israeli pavilion enjoyed constant traffic and excellent business. We’re happy to have had such a good show, and I call upon more exhibitors to sign up for the upcoming shows.”

 

The 2022 JCK Las Vegas (June 10-13), the largest jewelry event in North America, featured thousands of companies from around the world, and was attended by tens of thousands of visitors. 

 

 

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