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Eagerly anticipated: international jewelry industry to meet in Munich

  • INHORGENTA MUNICH will take place from April 8 to 11, 2022
  • So far around 800 exhibitors, including many new brands
  • Guaranteed: safe and successful trade fair experience

Spring can come: the leading trade fair for the European jewelry industry will open its doors in Munich from April 8 to 11, 2022. Around 800 exhibitors have registered until now. The conference program will offer experts a platform to examine the key topics of sustainability and the future of retail. Outstanding craftsmanship will be celebrated at the INHORGENTA AWARD gala evening.

“We sense great optimism and confidence among our customers: across Europe, the pandemic measures are being eased and the jewelry industry is in a stable position—and both these factors are reflected in the participation at INHORGENTA MUNICH with around 800 registered exhibitors to date,” explains Klaus Dittrich, Chairman and CEO of Messe München. “This impressively endorses Europe’s leading trade show for jewelry, watches and gemstones.” Although INHORGENTA MUNICH will cover five instead of six halls and thus be a bit more compact this year, it will still be able to offer a comprehensive, international market overview and be a platform for valuable contacts. “Our protection and hygiene concept ensures a safer trade fair visit—not least because the various rules have been established and learned by everyone involved.”

The new date in spring convinces many exhibitors

Thomas Sabo and many other new exhibitors follow INHORGENTA MUNICH to the new date in spring, for example Ana Cardim, Bloch & Co, EDC, egf Manufaktur, Farbergé, Frieden, Giovanni Raspini and Infinite Office. The watch segment will welcome for the first time Belchengruppe, Cyrus Watches, Daniel Wellington, Giberg, LIU JO, Mondaine, Montres Edox, Nordgreen, SEIKO and Sherpa Watches.

Other exhibitors were unable to attend in February and will now take advantage of the new date, including Anke Gralfs, August Mayer, Citizen Myota, Copenhagen Watch Group, Hizakiahu Kupfer, Horbach, Katinka Neuner, Kettenmacherin, Eva Steinberg, Mig-O-Mat, Nebert, Nomad’s, Noble Osmium, Rubin, Taloumis, Terré and Wonderland Trade Solutions.

Rich program in the TRENDFACTORY

The conference program will be determined by two key themes: sustainability and the future of retail. Top speakers will include Kyle Rodrick of Bijoux Review, highlighting sustainable storytelling. Elle Hill, CEO Hill & Co, will take aim at the digital future—and how to achieve it. And computer scientist Johanna Pirker will analyze how games and virtual reality environments can drive innovation. Many other smart minds will provide valuable insights, from NFTs to sustainable business management.

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Dawn Cabigon – International Trade Fairs Officer