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The 2019 edition of the September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair – the biggest marketplace for the global jewellery community – saw more serious buying activity since it opened its doors on Monday, according to a number of exhibitors.
The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) Intersessional Meeting in Mumbai completed its half yearly meeting three weeks ago. It gave us some time to reflect on why the KPCS agenda is moving so slowly.
The impeccable imperial jadeite, and sapphires and blue chalcedony stones of exceptional quality are just some of the highlights of Chia Ta Jewellery's latest collection. The jewels exude a unique charisma that lures traders and collectors from around the globe.
Taiwan-based Chia Ta Jewellery Co Ltd is renowned for its exceptional creations, adorned with the rare imperial jadeite and other coloured gemstones. Behind its success is owner Yu Chung-ta whose expertise and business acumen helped the company weather difficulties and reach new heights.
The emergence of new technologies is driving the digital revolution to every industry. In comparison, the jewellery sector has remained relatively traditional. However, given that now those “not selling online” are in the minority, jewellery sellers are no longer afford to ignore the change.
An online showroom with rich content could help to generate high-quality leads and brings more revenue and new customers. To stay at the top of the pile, here are some suggestions to strengthen your digital presence.
Are you spending so much time searching the right products or suppliers? To help you find your perfect business partner/product that suits to your needs, JewelleryNet initiated the Business Matching Programme in June 2019 to all buyers in the Jewellery industry.