JewelleryNet relaunches with new features

B2B online community JewelleryNet has launched a series of new features on its platform for sourcing, market intelligence, industry updates and trade fair information.

The new JewelleryNet’s faster speed and mobile-responsive interfaces are expected to allow for faster, targeted searches; more productive visits; greater user convenience and efficiencies as well as a better user experience altogether.

The online resource brings together professional buyers and sellers, based on Informa Markets’ Jewellery Group. It has more than 147,000 registered users from 190 countries and regions.

“As we enter a new decade, a reinvigorated JewelleryNet is ready to help the international gem and jewellery industry address current business realities and explore more avenues of growth,” said Informa Markets’ director of jewellery fairs Celine Lau.

JewelleryNet hosts the online showrooms of more than 4000 suppliers from around the world, featuring more than 10,000 products across nine categories. The platform’s showroom services and business solutions are available to non trade-fair exhibitors through a supplier membership plan.

JewelleryNet also provides market intelligence and industry updates produced by trade publication JNA. Aside from regular news stories on the latest developments in the international gem and jewellery industry, the site carries content from the bimonthly, bilingual (English & Simplified Chinese) magazine and its various titles along with their digital versions.

The platform likewise supports more than 10 major international jewellery trade fairs and provides details of other trade shows and events all over the world. More projects, initiatives and events in Informa Markets’ Jewellery Group portfolio will eventually have a presence on the platform.

JewelleryNet now also offers its members and visitors more opportunities for business development. Suppliers on the platform receive marketing exposure through online showrooms backed by strategic, sustained promotions online, onsite and on social media, among others.

Another key component of the new JewelleryNet is its online-to-offline solutions to facilitate business dealings on the platform and at trade fairs. Interactive features allow buyers and suppliers to connect and communicate directly.

The platform has also introduced business matching services for more efficient and effective sourcing. Buyers can submit quotation requests for specific items seeking suppliers; the programme likewise assists buyers in planning their sourcing activities at trade fairs by allowing them to examine suppliers’ backgrounds, preview their goods, preschedule onsite meetings efficiently and then conduct business at the show.

“JewelleryNet’s expanded business solutions reaffirm Informa Markets’ unwavering commitment to the growth and continued development of the international jewellery industry,” said Lau. “Its new interactive functions and business matching programme complement our trade fairs and events by enabling buyers and sellers to conduct preliminary discussions and due diligence prior to negotiating business deals at our shows. These align with our corporate philosophy to create platforms for international markets to trade, innovate and grow.”


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