The Diamond Club West Coast said it will have a large presence of diamond dealers at the upcoming West Coast Jewelry Show, Aug. 16 – 18 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City. The bourse will cater to the needs of attending retail jewelers for early fall and holiday shopping.
“The introduction of the Diamond Bourse at the West Coast jewelry show is a great opportunity for retailers and manufacturers to meet with leading diamantaries and see a wide range of goods at great prices,” Said Kalpesh Jhaveri, Business Committee chairman of Diamond Club West Coast. “Normally, a retailer would have to incur the expense of flying overseas and make large volume purchases to experience similar buying conditions.”
“With the addition of the Diamond Club West Coast and the debut of Centurion Los Angeles, the West Coast Jewelry Show is able to bring exhibitors of all products and price points into one location,” said Howard Hauben, West Coast Jewelry Show president.
In addition, Hauben said the show will continue with its “Holiday Boot Camp” seminars during show hours. These seminars touch on a variety of topics, ranging from ways to turn business around in tough times to employee retention and marketing strategies. The sessions will run Aug 16-18 in the Encino Room at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza. The Women’s Jewelry Association will hold it’s second annual “Women in the Know- West Coast Conference” on Aug. 15 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza. For more information on the conference visit http://westcoastjewelryshow.com/WomenInTheKnow.htm or the WJA Web site.
Produced by H2 Events, the WCJS is in its fourth year of benefiting the California Jewelers Association with half of the proceeds going to the Association. In turn, the CJA is able to benefit the independent retailer by offering education, member scholarships, promotion of the jewelry industry as well as networking opportunities.
For further information on the Bourse, contact Diamond Club West Coast at 213-623-1162 or firstname.lastname@example.org.