JewelleryNetAsia (JNet)

JewelleryNetAsia (JNet)

We established JewelleryNetAsia (JNet) in 2006 as a business portal for professionals in the jewellery and gem business. JNet includes a trade directory with supplier and product listings, editorial contents featuring blog posts and picture galleries, and an extensive list of trade shows that we are related to.


In early 2015 we are listing over 4,000 suppliers, and we receive visits from up to 60,000 business professionals.


As a product of UBM Asia we are part of an extensive network of media products for jewellery professionals: especially trade shows and print magazines.


Whether you are looking for a channel to increase your sales or for a source of new products and suppliers JewelleryNet will be there for you.

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Desc: A business portal with 4000+ contacts around the world: jewellery manufacturers, gemstone, diamond dealers, suppliers of jewellery making machines and equipment and packaging designs.
 
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14 December, 2017

WPTV.com Mom, 66, arrested for helping son in alleged jewelry heist scheme WPTV.com West Palm Beach Police officers arrested Valdez for pistol-whipping and stealing jewelry from the victim. A week later, officers arrested Pena after they say she pawned the stolen jewelry. Torres was not arrested at that time, however. While in the ... and more

14 December, 2017

The County Late Caribou resident donates about 90 antique sleds to city The County CARIBOU, Maine — The late Karla Wolters donated about 90 antique runner sleds to the city of Caribou, which Parks and Recreation Superintendent Gary Marquis plans on mounting along the walls of the recreation center's lobby. Marquis told city ...

14 December, 2017

Moneyshow.com Amid Bitcoin Bubble, Do We Finally Have a Turn in Precious Metals? Moneyshow.com Markets are now in their Santa phase. Expect rallies with brief interruptions for consolidation or profit taking. It is a little surprising they can't even string together a serious shake of the trees, says Jeff Greenblatt, editor of The Fibonacci ...