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The Diamond Producers Association has appointed marketing specialist David Kellie as its new CEO effective December 2019, following the resignation of Jean-Marc Lieberherr, the group announced recently.
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.
Turkey’s jewellery industry is on the verge of change. Faced with unprecedented hurdles, businesses are diversifying products and expanding markets more aggressively than ever to keep their competitive edge.
The love for coloured gemstones dates to centuries ago when royal families and connoisseurs from around the globe collected these natural treasures. Over the decades, the value of natural coloured gemstones continued to appreciate, with exceptional gems breaking record prices at auctions. According to a study by Knight Frank, coloured gems have outperformed other luxury products in terms of prices, including diamonds and the wider jewellery market. JNA talked to auction experts and major gemstone suppliers about growth prospects in the market.
For over three decades, Regal Jewelry Manufacturer Co Ltd has built a reputation as a reliable supplier of high-quality jewellery pieces in classic and fashion-forward designs. Amid immense market competition and new challenges, the Thailand-based manufacturer is equipped with the creativity, knowledge and technical know-how crucial to satisfying the needs of today’s customers. Iris Lin, the company’s vice president, shares with SILVERSTYLES Regal Jewelry’s unique qualities as well as her views on latest market developments.
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.