Monday, June 17, 2024

IJL to ‘Sparkle’ in Move to Alexandra Palace

A view of Alexandra Palace from Priory Park

International Jewellery London (IJL) is moving to the iconic Alexandra Palace for its 65th anniversary year in 2020 and the organisers Reed Exhibitions are unveiling how the event is set to enter a new decade.

Referring to the new look and feel of IJL, Kerry Prince Reed Divisional Director said: “A feat of Victorian engineering, Alexandra Palace is a space that has recently undergone a reinvention, the Palace has been transformed, drawing it into an exciting new design space. It is therefore a perfect time to move into the new decade, celebrate IJL’s 65th birthday and support the best of fine jewellery from both home and overseas within a fresh new venue.”

Along with the opportunities of creating a new show floor experience, there will be other innovations for both buyers and sellers driven by the core objective of delivering business opportunities for everyone, alongside some great networking.

“As part of the new look, we are also enhancing our team to take IJL forward. With passionate, creative, and dynamic individuals set to work with our exhibitors, their experience in both the industry and the staging of events, will spearhead the sparkle that we expect the roaring 20’s to deliver maintaining IJL’s status as the world’s leading jewellery event,” added Prince.

IJL showcases and celebrates the international jewellery industry as well as the best of British and this year it is expected to have more than 9000 participants over the three days of the show which will take place from 13-15 September. The event will also include the Diamond Club hosted buyer programme, bringing key international industry buyers to meet the with the best in the industry.

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