Dates For Your Diary: December 2014

Dates For Your Diary: December 2014

Now that the last month of 2014 is here, it brings along a lot of fun and interesting events!

This December we have some great events taking place the UAE, Oman, and Saudi Arabia.

Whether you're interested in jewelry, fashion, or children, you will find what you want in these amazing events this December.

Dubai International Jewellery Week 2014: 3-6 December, 2014, at the Dubai World Trade Center, UAE.

If you are in the jewellery business, a retail entrepreneur or just love collecting exquisite one-of-a-kind unique jewels, you should be at Dubai International Jewellery Week 2014.

Now in its 19th year, Dubai International Jewellery Week brings you face to face with the biggest and widest jewellery collection from all over the world. The event has over 80 different product categories to choose from:

High-end diamond, gold, pearl & platinum jewellery, High-end watches, Collectors’ items, Limited editions, Objects d’art, Bridal jewellery, Antique jewellery, Coloured gemstones, Finished jewellery, Loose stones, Pearls, Platinum jewellery, Jewellery related services, display materials, etc.

Dubai International Jewellery Week is the annual celebration for the industry and our passion for jewels.

Womeex 2014:  3-6 December, 2014, at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh, KSA.

Womeex 2014, the biggest women's specialized exhibition in Saudi Arabia will be held for the 8th year from 3 to 6 December at the Four Seasons in Riyadh.

Women & Child Expo 2014:   9-11 December, 2014, at Oman International Exhibition Center, Oman.

Woman & Child Expo is an international trade event that showcases products and services specifically designed for both women and children. it offers them the opportunity to realize their common expectations. It is designed to enhance their position in society and play a major role in the social and economic development of the Sultanate.

It aims to serve as a catalyst for greater women empowerment and to offer children their rightful status as tomorrow’s citizens. It will help increase awareness of the difference women and children can make to society.