• The January 2018 edition

    Stable numbers of high calibre visitors

    BIJORHCA PARIS, held from Friday 19 to Monday 22 January 2018, welcomed almost 12,000 visitors, 29% travelling from outside France, to meet 309 exhibitors, 52% of them international.
    Once again, the trade show confirmed its position as an international event for professionals in the jewellery trade. Visitors travelled from 95 countries, and 7 more nationalities attended in January 2018 than in January 2017.
    Of the regular 10 countries with the highest representation, four marked a significant increase: Portugal (+24%), the US (+22%), the Netherlands (+16%) and the UK (+12%).

    This edition welcomed visitors of a high calibre, with numbers remaining stable. There was also a significant increase in the number of purchasing managers attending, thanks primarily to the development of the VIP programme. Continuing last September’s trend, the number of online retailers attending also grew by an impressive 45% compared to the January 2017 figure, accompanied by a larger number of wholesalers and importers (+15%). The bulk of the attendees were, as usual, fashion and precious jewellery retailers, high street outlets and gift shops, with designers and originators mainly there to check out the season’s trends.

    Key figures

    309 exhibitors and brands
    >> 52% international companies
    >> 31 nationalities
    Top 10: Spain, Germany, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Brazil, Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Turkey

    Almost 12,000 buyers
    >> 29% international visitors
    >> 95 nationalities
    Top 10: Belgium, Italy, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom (+12%), Netherlands (+16%), Japan, Portugal (+24%), United States (+22%)

  • Show highlights from this edition



    Practical workshops run in partnership with the Académie des Métiers d’Art gave visitors the opportunity to work through real-life issues and contribute their own experience.

    Participants were able to ask questions, present their projects and leave with concrete answers from themed workshops: the in-store adviser, social media, creating your collection plan and using 3D in the design/manufacturing process. At the Ideas lab, visitors came together to brainstorm the topic of ‘the retail outlet of the future’.



    This workshop was created for demonstrations of the technical processes involved in jewellery-making. Run by the students from the Académie des Métiers d'Art, it offered participants workbench demonstrations of the different production skills: sketching, 3D design, wax sculpting and modelling, working with metal and settings.



    For the second time, the European schools LISAA Mode (Paris) and the Köln International School of Design (Cologne) joined forces to present an educational workshop about their projects. To showcase the talent of the future, the students’ collections, based on the themes of authenticity and transparency, were also exhibited in the Fashion Village.

    The winners of the competition launched on the Chall’Angel platform were also given a prime spot to exhibit their projects.



    The IAMA group, a member of the BOCI trade association, brought together experts in all the different jewellery-making techniques: smelters, stampers, cutters, welders, electroplaters and suppliers of finishings, etc.



    Fashion Trends area and Elements Gallery were again very popular with visitors, unveiling the Spring/Summer 2018 collections. The January 2018 edition also saw the launch of twice-daily guided tours by Elizabeth Leriche and her team, offering an in-depth view of each trend.

  • Exhibitors

    More than 300 jewellery specialists are present each session to exhibit their latest collections.

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    Each session, almost 12,000 buyers gather together to discover the jewellery trends and innovations.

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    The offer

    Discover a complete offer which represents the whole market, from the raw material supplier to the jewellery designer.

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