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66th BGJF Rescheduled

Special online edition to be launched in November 2020.

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(PRESS RELEASE) BANGKOK — Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Thailand Ministry of Commerce and its affiliates have been carefully monitoring the development of the global community efforts to diminish the COVID-19 situation in the past months. Although Thailand can control the outbreak so effectively that there is no local infection in the past two months, the health and safety of industry stakeholders are always the priority. DITP has decided to reschedule the 66th BGJF to 23-27 February 2021 promoting the same theme: “Thailand’s Magic Hands: The Spirit of Jewelry Making.”

DITP is indebted to overwhelming supports the global Gems and Jewelry industry community has shown to BGJF for over three decades. We believe new opportunities will emerge and the business will thrive when all industry players meet again.

In the meantime, DITP is now working closely with partners to come up with “BGJF Special Edition – On Ground to Online Exhibition” which will be launched on 2-4 November 2020. The primary objective of this online platform is to virtually continue the legacy of BGJF as world’s leading Gems and Jewelry meeting point showcasing refined craftsmanship of Thailand.

For BGJF online exhibition, please contact your nearest DITP Overseas Office here.

For more information, please visit website: www.bkkgems.com; Facebook: bangkokgemsofficial; Instagram: bkkgemsofficial

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