Manchester Regional Preview

  • Manchester Regional Preview

    We are holding an exclusive Champagne reception and sneak preview of International Jewellery London 2014. The regional preview will take place on Wednesday 21st May 2014 from 6pm - 8pm at The Malmaison Hotel in Manchester.

    Featuring a preview of what to expect from several of the newly unveiled 2014 KickStarters alongside show-favourites such as Mark Milton, Tivon Fine Jewellery, Trollbeads and Peers Hardy Group with their new Pocket Watch Collection.

    "We had such positive feedback from last year's regional events that our only choice was to build on that success. Senior retailers and buyers travel to IJL from across the UK and the mini events give them a real flavour of what to expect from IJL in more intimate surrounds. The event will give everyone a fantastic taste of what IJL 2014 is all about – fresh, insightful, a must visit event”, commented Event Director Sam Willoughby.

    Both the NAG and BJA will be supporting the event which will be held in the early evening. Champagne and canapés will be served, and guests will be able to mingle with designers and the IJL team, see forthcoming trends first hand and benefit from what is set to be an excellent local networking opportunity.

    Venue Details

    The Malmaison Hotel, 1-3 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 3AQ - Mal 2

    Date and time: Wednesday 21st May 2014 from 6pm-8pm

    Please RSVP to annika.franklin@reedexpo.co.uk for yourself and any members of your team you would like added to the guest list.

    The event is by invitation only for members of the jewellery industry, a strict door policy will be enforced.

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