Pakistani jewelry companies visit Istanbul Jewelry Exhibition

By: Farrukh Kamal

Türkiye is among the five biggest market of jewelry after India, China, the USA, and Russia. Moreover, Türkiye rants third in jewelry production after India and Italy. Such an opportunity resulted in a continuous organising Istanbul Jewelry Exhibition – is recognised as one the top five jewelry in the world – at Istanbul Expo Center Türkiye.
This year it was organised from 16 to 19 March and the next session is scheduled between 05-08 October 2023.

Istanbul Jewelry Show contributes to the development and growth of the jewelry sector by bringing the important companies and brands of the sector with the buyers, provides the most suitable platform in terms of new business opportunities and information sharing.

This year, hundreds of Pakistan jewelry companies visited İstanbul Jewlery Exhibition to find new opportunities and to know more about the technology development in the field of Jewlery manufacturing.
After the exhibition Pakistani originated Muhammad Ashiq (from Saudia Arabia) invited all Pakistani and Paksitani diaspora Jewlery Traders on an official dinner at his farmhouse in Çorlu, Türkiye.

During the dinner, Dr Nadeem Caudhry addressed the trader community and informed them about the Pakistani community activities in Türkiye.
At the end, Muhammad Ashiq encouraged the government of Pakistan to do the same activities in Pakistan to promote business in Pakistan. He ensured to share his experience and expertise for the promotion of business in Pakistan.

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