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New York, The Indian Diamond & Colorstone Association Celebrates The Jewellery Industry

The Indian Diamond & Colorstone Association honoured jewellers and addressed the sector at its recent 'IDCA US-India Jewelry Industry Trade Symposium' in New York, US.
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The IDCA explored the future of jewellery with key figures in the industry at its recent symposium. The event featured industry talks and awards and was held at the Consulate General of India, New York. Signet Jewelers’ group president and COO Jamie Singleton was keynote speaker and IDMA president Ronnie VanderLinden was guest of honour.

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The event, hosted at the Consulate General of India in New York, included industry speakers and prizes. The IDCA discussed the future of jewellery with major industry professionals at its recent symposium, according to the Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council’s website. The event recognised FEI chairman Sunil Jain, Sandeep Diamond Corporation president Sandeep Shah, and Unique Designs Inc CEO Tejas Shah for their contributions to the industry with ‘Business Leadership’ awards.

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Indian Diamond & Colorstone Association

“We’d like to express our heartfelt appreciation for taking time out of your busy schedule to attend the IDCA US-India Jewelry Industry Trade Symposium on Saturday, November 19th, 2022, at the Consulate of India in New York,” the Indian Diamond & Colorstone Association said on Facebook on November 30. “Thanks to your presence and involvement, this unforgettable event was a big success.” We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our government officials, keynote speaker, honorees, guest speakers, and panellists. We would like to thank the Consulate General of India in New York for providing us with this historic chance to host the Symposium in the Consulate.”

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Who Attended?

The keynote speaker was Jamie Singleton, group president and COO of Signet Jewelers, and the guest of honour was IDMA president Ronnie VanderLinden. Among those who attended the occasion were Indian Consul General in New York Randhir Jaiswal and Congresswoman Grace Meng from the United States House of Representatives.

“As the market normalises after an exceptional two years, we will continue to develop and prosper,” Singleton said in her talk, according to the GJEPC. “What we should focus on is deeper customer insights, bolder innovation, and maintaining the integrity of our supply chain.”

FAQs

The Indian Diamond and Colorstone Association (IDCA) was founded in 1984 as a non-profit organisation. It provides a forum for its members to network with one another and promotes its members’ businesses in the United States.

IDCA is a non-profit organisation whose primary purpose is to help its members by providing a forum for them to interact, network, communicate, and promote ethical business. It also allows its members to speak with one voice and work toward a single goal: boosting the Indian colorstone, diamond, and jewellery industries.

The event recognised FEI chairman Sunil Jain, Sandeep Diamond Corporation president Sandeep Shah, and Unique Designs Inc CEO Tejas Shah for their contributions to the industry with ‘Business Leadership’ awards.

The keynote speaker was Jamie Singleton, group president and COO of Signet Jewelers, and the guest of honour was IDMA president Ronnie VanderLinden. Among those who attended the event were Indian Consul General in New York Randhir Jaiswal and Congresswoman Grace Meng from the United States House of Representatives.

The Indian Diamond & Colorstone Association is located in 580 5th Ave #625, New York, NY 10036, United States.

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