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Scandi Style Holds Sway at Economically-Resurgent Tokyo Gift Show

8 Nov 2018

Traditional Japanese goods reimagined with a Nordic twist was one of the noticeable trends at this year's Tokyo International Gift Show, as was the emphasis on aesthetics and the hints of rising deman...Read More

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Increasingly Cautious: The 2019 Outlook for the Watch and Clock Market Amid Sino-US Trade Conflicts

1 Nov 2018

HKTDC conducted face-to-face interviews with 522 buyers and 333 exhibitors attending the Hong Kong Watch & Clock Fair 2018. The survey results show that the industry is increasingly cautious with rega...Read More

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Smart Glasses Lose Out to Luxury Eyewear at Las Vegas Optical Expo

30 Oct 2018

Despite the best efforts of an all-new generation of intelligent eyewear, the spectre of Google Glass' failure is proving surprisingly hard to exorcise, with high-end spectacles still by far the bigge...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Watches and Clocks (Executive Summary)

29 Oct 2018

Providing practical guidance for SMEs in the watches and clocks industry, this report explores the potential of the ASEAN markets, focuses on Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore (a key regiona...Read More

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Changing Rooms Maintains its Focus on Japan's More Outré Outerwear

26 Oct 2018

Although forcibly relocated while preparations are under way for the looming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Rooms' reputation as Tokyo's most avant-garde fashion forum and most ambitious showcase remains w...Read More

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Accessing India’s Consumer Market: Noteworthy Niches in the E-commerce Ecosystem

27 Sept 2018

India’s retail landscape has been subject to the disruptive forces of e-commerce in recent years, with the emergence of e-tailers posing big challenges to brick-and-mortar retailers. While the eyewear...Read More

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AR and VR Proponents Say Commercial Applications Are Now a Reality

17 Sept 2018

After being billed as technological novelties for the best part of half a century, attendees at the recent AR & VR World event were confident that augmented and virtual reality products now represente...Read More

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Short-Sighted Mainlanders Targeted by Far-Seeing Optical Companies

19 July 2018

With a myopia rate of about 50% – well above the global average of 30% – the vast size of China's visually impaired population is making the mainland the number-one target market for the ever-expansio...Read More

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Brighter Market Prospects for 2018: The HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show Survey

8 June 2018

HKTDC conducted face-to-face interviews with 788 buyers and 481 exhibitors attending the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show 2018 and the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem and Pearl Show 2018. T...Read More

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2018 Product Trends: The HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show Survey

6 June 2018

HKTDC conducted face-to-face interviews with 788 buyers and 481 exhibitors attending the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show 2018 and the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem and Pearl Show 2018, i...Read More

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Thailand Distribution Channels and Entry Strategies: Fashion and Watches

4 June 2018

Increasingly sophisticated and fashion-conscious Thai consumers represent great potential for Hong Kong fashion and watch exporters. Hong Kong companies should find the right distribution channels and...Read More

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Beleaguered Russian Jewellery Sector Looks to Franchise and Expand

9 April 2018

With the country's economic recovery still hesitant at best, Russian retailers are keen to spread the risk....Read More

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E-commerce and Indian Gems Transform Russian Jewellery Sector

5 Feb 2018

With free trade with India looming and e-commerce whittling away at traders, jewellers face an uncertain future....Read More

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Cloudy Prospects Sees Jewellery Sector Struggle to Find Silver Lining

25 Jan 2018

For many exhibitors at this year's China International Gold Jewellery and Gem Fair in Shanghai, business has been down over recent years, with many ascribing this to changing preferences on the part o...Read More

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Metallics Shine Through at Subdued New York Fashion Accessories Show

24 Jan 2018

Optimism was muted at Accessories The Show, one of the first events of the year for New York fashionistas, with some exhibitors concerned the sector may be in long-term decline. Others, though, had a ...Read More

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Silmo's 50th Anniversary Outing still has an Eye on the Future

22 Dec 2017

Founded in 1967 and now Europe's leading event for the optical industry, Silmo 2017 saw many exhibitors looking to reinvent past glories, although the majority were focused on innovative techniques an...Read More

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Resurgent Uzbekistan Set to Shake-up Central Asia's Jewellery Trade

12 Dec 2017

Domestic structural and legislative changes within the region's most populous nation could have far wider implications....Read More

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Green Light for Expansion of Russia's Amber Sector Under O2O Model

6 Nov 2017

Facing the twin problems of a low local skill base in the jewellery industry and a prohibition on the online sale of all such items, the online-to-offline (O2O) trading model may yet come to the rescu...Read More

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Watch and Clock Market: Divided Outlook for 2018

16 Oct 2017

HKTDC conducted face-to-face interviews with 503 buyers and 331 exhibitors attending the 2017 HKTDC Hong Kong Watch & Clock Fair. The survey results show that the industry was divided on the market ou...Read More

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Piggybacked Products and Range Diversity Loom Large at Design Tokyo

11 Sept 2017

Launching products that basked in the halo of established items or taking in-demand ranges into new directions were the key trends at this year's event, with companies only too aware of the need to be...Read More

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