From the 2nd to the 5th of June, one of the most iconic fairs for gems, jewelry, costume jewelry and veneers in North America, the JCK Show, took place in Las Vegas (USA) and was attended by 16 Brazilian companies supported by Precious Brazil, sectoral project born from the partnership between the Brazilian Institute of Gems and Precious Metals (IBGM) and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (ApexBrasil).
The event presented a mix of suppliers and products so that professionals in the area have access to the latest in the market and was attended by the companies Anna Prata, Auma Joias, Bart Gems, Brazil Paraiba Mine, Creative Brazil, Duarte & Bastos, Gembras, Gemextra, JS Gems, MGold, Birds in Stone, Primus Gemstones, RW Importação e Exportação (Belapedra), Tavares Gems, Toni Barros Crochet Jewelry, Uquillas Rings Luxury and Vianna Brasil.
Clarissa Maciel, Project Manager, explains that the American market is one of the main consumers of stones, jewelry and veneers. And for this reason, “the presence of brands supported by Precious Brazil at the JCK Show 2023 reinforced actions to value Brazilian products and companies, expanding the number of sales and image exposure”.
In addition, participants had the chance to expand their networking. “We had the opportunity to make new contacts, new clients and gather information on trends in the American market”, reveals Mixson Duarte Lopes, managing partner of Gemextra, one of the companies supported by Precious Brazil.
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About Precious Brazil
The Sectorial Project aims to support and promote Brazilian companies in the Brazilian stone, jewelry and jewelry segments that want to export their products, whether they are beginners, exporters or internationalized ones. Conducted by IBGM – Brazilian Institute of Gems and Precious Metals in partnership with Apex-Brasil – Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency – the project currently serves around 150 companies in the sector.