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JM Asscher launch new brand at the International Jewellery Show

JM Asscher launch new brand at the International Jewellery Show

posted on: Tuesday 15 December 2015

JM Asscher, the high quality jewellery brand, launched to the international market for the first time at International Jewellery at Olympia in London in autumn 2015.

The show was the ideal place to launch the brand and get direct feedback and reactions from the jewellery industry on the brand’s look and feel.

The  exhibition  stand  needed  to  inspire  visitors  by  showcasing  the  jewellery  and  the  brand’s  heritage images. For the high quality, expensive jewellery on display the client needed to balance security with both ambient and detailed lighting to really bring the jewellery alive.

 The stand also needed seating  and presentation areas so that meetings with clients could take place. 

We were recommended to JM Asscher because of our efficient and well-priced service by one of  JM  Asscher's  partners.  Mark at  JM  Asscher  says:

The team worked very hard in a short-timeframe. Overall the stand was very good.

To  find  out  how  MJ  Exhibitions  can  help  you  prepare  for  your  next  exhibition,  email info@mjexhibitions.co.uk

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