Sarin Bachmann to Take Over JCK Las Vegas Show

Sarin Bachmann (pictured) has been promoted to event vice president, JCK and LUXURY, and will take over the running of the industry-leading JCK Las Vegas show.

Bachmann has spent the last three years as industry vice president for the LUXURY show. She also ran LUXURY when it was at its former (and now future) home at the Venetian Las Vegas and Sands Expo and Convention Center. In her new role, Bachmann will continue to oversee the LUXURY show.

Bachmann takes over JCK Las Vegas from Katie Dominesey, who has transitioned to a new role that will focus on mergers and acquisitions at JCK parent company, Reed Exhibitions. Dominesey will also remain event vice president of the JCK Tucson show.

Bachmann will continue to report to Reed Jewelry Group senior vice president Yancy Weinrich.

“Sarin has proven to be an exceptional, customer-focused leader and has greatly improved the LUXURY show for both exhibitors and retailers,” said Weinrich in a statement. “She listens to her customers, acts on feedback, and continues to innovate and elevate the LUXURY experience. As we prepare to move the JCK Las Vegas show back to the Sands Expo and the Venetian in 2019, we feel confident that Sarin will bring similar strategies to JCK to create a productive, efficient, and memorable event for everyone next year.”

 

Sarin Bachmann at LUXURY

Bachmann speaking at LUXURY

JCK Las Vegas is the largest jewelry trade show in North America and one of the largest jewelry shows in the world. Next year’s JCK and LUXURY events will take place at the Venetian Las Vegas and Sands Expo and Convention Center. Preregistration information for 2019 can be seen here.

JCK Tucson, featuring one-of-a-kind artisan jewelry collections and loose gems, will run February 6–9, 2019, at the JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa. More information can be seen here.

In addition to the JCK and LUXURY shows, Reed Exhibitions owns JCKonline and JCK magazine.

(Images courtesy of Reed Exhibitions)

JCK News Director