Jewel Ads 3rd online trade show opens 8-19 May.
Jewel Ads, the new digital platform for the next generation of jewellery buyers with online jewellery trade shows that connect retail jewellers with jewellery suppliers, opens their 3rd online trade show from 8-19 May.
Visitors to the trade show can browse trade suppliers in 5 virtual aisles, a wide range of products and services from around the world, all from the comfort of their own office or homes. With no need to travel or take time off work, finding jewellery suppliers has always been challenging and convenient.
This is an excellent opportunity for retail jewellers to discover new suppliers and stock up on the latest jewellery trends while suppliers can showcase their products to a broader audience. With over 60 stands across the virtual aisles, there is sure to be something for everyone at Jewel Ads’ 3rd online trade show.
There is much to see from many top suppliers, including Ian Dunford Ltd, Betts Metals Sales, Society of British Jewellers, Picup Media, John Pye Auctioneers, NB Diamonds, Silverton Diamonds, Hayes & Lake, Diamnet, Kudos Giftwrap, David Codling and Associates, Freeform Fabrication and Darlena, plus trade partners Professional Jeweller and Jewellery Show and many more.
Jewel Ads announced today that its online jewellery trade shows are organically growing an international audience of both exhibitors and visitors. Jewel Ads is an online jewellery trade show and advertising platform that promotes b2b. The company has seen a surge in interest from exhibitors and visitors worldwide, resulting in the organic growth of its international audience. “We’re excited to see such strong interest in our online jewellery trade shows,” said Jewel Ads Co-Founder Daren Daniels. “Our mission is to connect buyers and sellers in the jewellery industry who don’t have resources, time or budget to market themselves, and we’re proud to be doing that on a global scale.” Jewel Ads’ next online trade show is now open until 19th May.
For more information, visit jewelads.trade