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Introduction to RapNet Show Listings
Introduction to RapNet Show Listings

RapNet Show Listings benefits for buyers and sellers

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Written by Philippa Corrick
Updated over a week ago

Rapaport Show listings is a free service for helping diamond buyers at trade shows efficiently locate diamonds and suppliers at major trade shows whilst promoting RapNet members exhibiting at the trade show.

This article explains

How do RapNet Show Listings work?

  1. Suppliers

    1. Register their company information including booth number and contact numbers at the Trade Show, so that buyers can easily locate their booth and contact them.

    2. Upload the diamonds they are taking to exhibit at the trade show to RapNet Show Listings. Sellers can upload in advance of the show or at the show itself.

  2. Buyers

    1. Save time and resources by searching for diamonds ahead of time.

    2. Schedule appointments with RapNet exhibitors and build long-term relationships with these suppliers.

    3. Come by the Rapaport booth whilst at the show and we’ll help find the diamond right at the show.

Rapaport attends 4 major diamond and jewelry trade shows where we offer a free diamond search service connecting buyers and suppliers.

  • Hong Kong Jewellery and Gem Fair - March

  • JCK Las Vegas Show - May/June

  • India International Jewellery Show (IIJS)  in Mumbai, India - August

  • Hong Kong Jewellery and Gem Fair - September

Seller Benefits:

  • Bring more buyers and sell more diamonds!

  • Help buyers find you and your diamonds easily

Read this article for guidance on how to list your diamond show listings

Buyer Benefits

  • Plan your show visit by searching the RapNet Show Listings in advance of your trip and schedule appointments with exhibitors.  

  • Saves time at the show and only visit suppliers you need!

  • Find diamonds and connect to suppliers before and during the trade show. 

  • Diamonds are added daily to RapNet Show Listings so you can keep checking for new diamonds during the trade show itself.

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