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Italian Exhibition Group Reconfirms Its Role as Ambassador of Made in Italy at JCK Las Vegas 2018

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(PRESS RELEASE) LAS VEGAS – Once again Italian Exhibition Group (IEG) confirms its role as Ambassador of the very best of Made in Italy abroad by taking over 100 Top Italian Jewellery Brands to JCK Las Vegas 2018 – a leading sector event in North America and one of the most important on an international scale, to be held from 1st to 4th June 2018 at the famous Mandalay Bay Convention Center. 

Highlighting the qualified Italian representation will be the extreme credibility of VICENZAORO Italian Passion. Made with Love, a successful international format before being an exhibition space within JCK Las Vegas, which, especially for the occasion, will be further enriched with a series of unmissable events for the sector insiders involving American opinion leaders, journalists and bloggers.

The VICENZAORO Italian Passion. Made with Love event originates from a long-standing collaboration between VICENZAORO and JCK Las Vegas and aims to promote the undeniable values of Italian jewellery and gold art in one of Made in Italy jewellery’s main markets, one that recorded a growth of 16% for precious jewellery in the first nine months of 2017 (Data from Italian Exhibition Group’s Business Strategy Department).

At JCK Las Vegas, the VICENZAORO Hall is strategically located at the entrance to the main floor of the Show (Shoreline 2) adjacent to the PLUMB Club area, where leading producers of jewellery, diamonds and watches will be exhibiting. With a refined and well-studied exhibition layout, perfectly in line with the Italian style, , internationally recognized, high jewellery brands, such as Alessi Domenico Spa, Asolo Gold, Colpo & Zilio, Dasan Group – Jessica Jewels, Fratelli Chini, Giorgio Visconti, Gold Art, Hasbani Gioielli, Karizia, Lenti & Villasco, Richline Italy,as well as significant new entries like Ab Aeterno Watches, C.A. Oro, Dago Jewels Milano, Lancaster Italia, Osigem – Forever Unique, Pippo Perez, Qualità Aretina, Roma 1947 – Better Silver, Strumento Marino, will be presenting their Made in Italy collections.

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At JCK Las Vegas, Made in Italy jewellery will have the chance to present itself to over 23,000 retailers.

The VICENZAORO Italian Passion. Made with Love exhibition area will include a lively welcome lounge, dedicated to networking events to make meetings between Italian exhibitors and American buyers easier. 

For this reason, the trends of VICENZAORO’s TRENDVISION Jewellery + Forecasting world jewellery and precious goods forecasting Observatory will also be playing key roles at the Las Vegas International Show in twenty-minute exclusive trend sessions which will involve American journalists, bloggers and buyers for the entire period of the Show. The meetings will have two aims: to capture the interest of American insiders and the attention of the specialized press and to enhance and demonstrate Italian jewellery through the trends that the Observatory has identified. 

Moreover, Sunday 3rd June, from 10.30 to 11.45 am, will see an event with trends entitled “OVERVIEW 2020. Mapping Design and Product Directions for the upcoming Seasons.Markets Trends, Ideas & Inspirations” curated by Paola De Luca, Creative Director and Forecaster of TRENDVISION Jewellery + Forecasting to be held at “The Showcase”, the area devoted to educational events at JCK Las Vegas.

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