GJS VIRTUAL Swarnotsav is dedicated to Late Shri Shaankar Sen (Vice Chairman, GJC& Convener, GJS )who was not just a great industrialist but a better leader and visionary for the gem and jewelry industry. It marks the beginning of a new digital era in the gem and jewelry industry.
GJS Virtual is an annual B2B initiative with 6 unique exhibitions, “Swarnotsav”, lined up through the year with various features that will bridge the gap between the sellers and the buyers. GJS VIRTUAL opened on 1st October. Currently, the platform is hosting 49 exhibitors who are few of the finest names in the industry. They are representing various categories. Also, they are live on the portal.
With over 5000 registered visitors, GJC advices them to go through the designs of the participants and make the best use of the first exhibition of 2020, post the pandemic.
The exhibitors are readying up to launch their latest collections for the upcoming festive season.
SWARNOTSAV 1 is scheduled from 5th -10th October 2020. The star-studded inaugural ceremony was graced by Shri Sanjay Dhotre Ji, Union Minister of State for Education, Communication, and Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India. Also, present at the inauguration ceremony were N Anantha Padmanaban(Chairman, GJC), Saiyam Mehra (COA, GJC & Co-convener, GJS), Ashok Minawala (Past chairman, GJC & GJS Committee Member), Nitin Khandelwal (IPC, GJC & GJS Committee Member), Ashish Pethe (Zonal Chairman West, GJC & GJS Committee Member) and Vijay Khanna (Zonal Chairman North, GJC). The ceremony also witnessed the presence of a few of the top retailers of the country like Sunil Nayek (Reliance Jewels), Saurabh Gadgil (PNGJewellers) & Siddharth Shah (Chandukaka Saraf & Sons) from the west, Suvankar Sen(Senco Gold & Diamonds) & Suvro Chandra (P.C. Chandra & Sons) from the east, Rajan Rastogi (Jugal Kishore Jewellers) from the north and Rajesh Kalyanaraman (KalyanJewellers), Joy Alukkas (Joyalukkas India Pvt. Ltd.), G.R. ‘Anand’ Ananthapadmanabhan(GRT Jewellers) and O Asher (Malabar Gold & Diamonds) from the south.