Rapaport News


Polished Markets

Rapaport Broadcast
Martin Rapaport’s Webinar on Estate Jewelry
October 30 2019

Advanced search
Latest Articles
Rough Markets
Polished Markets

JCK Las Vegas Gets New Show Head

Sarin Bachmann will oversee the main exhibition as well as the Luxury fair.
Jun 25, 2018 6:02 AM   By Rapaport News
Print Print Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Share Share

RAPAPORT... Sarin Bachmann will run the JCK and Luxury trade fairs in Las Vegas from next year, succeeding Katie Dominesey, the events’ organizers said.

Reed Jewelry Group has promoted Bachmann (pictured) to event vice president for the two exhibitions, the company reported last week. Bachmann has been industry vice president for the Luxury show for the past three years, and will continue to oversee that event in addition to the main JCK Las Vegas show.

“Sarin has proven to be an exceptional, customer-focused leader and has greatly improved the Luxury show for both exhibitors and retailers,” said Yancy Weinrich, senior vice president of Reed Jewelry Group. “She listens to her customers, acts on feedback, and continues to innovate and elevate the Luxury experience. As we prepare to move the JCK Las Vegas show back to the Sands Expo and The Venetian in 2019, we feel confident that Sarin will bring similar strategies to JCK to create a productive, efficient and memorable event for everyone next year.”

Katie Dominesey will remain event vice president for the JCK Tucson show, and will also assume a new role at Reed Exhibitions focusing on mergers and acquisitions across all industries.
Tags: JCK Las Vegas, JCK Tucson, Katie Dominesey, Luxury trade fair, Rapaport News, Reed Jewelry Group, Sarin Bachmann, Yancy Weinrich
Similar Articles
GIA Susan JacquesJVC Honors GIA CEO Susan Jacques
Jan 20, 2020
The Jewelers Vigilance Committee (JVC) has presented Gemological Institute...
Bonhams Expands Global Jewelry Team
GIA Suspends Sealing Service
Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
AntwerpBelgium Shipments Hit 10-Year Low
Jan 16, 2020
Belgium’s diamond trade declined in 2019 as excess supply led to slower...
GIA Advertises Origin Reports in Times Square
India’s Polished Exports Slump in 2019
Comments: (0)  Add comment Add Comment
Arrange Comments Last to First

Call Us: 1-702-893-9400
Member License Agreement   RapNet Trading Rules & Code of Conduct    Privacy Policy  
twitter twitter
About Rapaport
Advertise with us