Gems and jewellery makers and retailers in Gujarat look to capitalise on the upcoming global business congregation, Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors’ Summit (VGGIS) slated to take place in January 11-12, 2013 in Gandhinagar. Traders from Ahmedabad and around the state will engage with the foreign delegates visiting during the two-day biannual summit with their eyes set on more business generation.
The Gems and Jewellery Trade Council of India (GJTCI) in association with Gujarat government will showcase Guj arat’s strength in designing and manufacturing of jewellery. “We will facilitate interested foreign delegates to take a visit to the jewellery making and designing units in Ahmedabad. The move is to showcase our strength in jewellery making, designing and polishing of precious stones,” said Shankar Patel, president, GJTCI.
GJTCI will also put on display ‘Kundan jewellery’ (precious stone-studded jewellery) made in Ahmedabad, plain designer gold jewellery made in Rajkot and diamond jewellery made in Surat. ;’This is an effort to promote jewellery making skills of our artisans to our counterparts – other countries globally,” sa an official of GJTCI.
GJTCI is a national-level trade body for gems and jewellery industry in India. with over 700 members located across the country The council’s main objective is to unite the jewellery trader and showcase its potential nationally as well as internationally