Israel Diamond Exchange to Host First Major In-Person Event in 3 Years
Israel International Diamond Week is slated for the end of March.
Registration is now open for Israel International Diamond Week, scheduled for March 27-30.
The four-day lineup includes a conference, a trade show featuring international exhibitors, and a session of the World Diamond Congress.
The Israel Diamond Conference will take place on March 27. President of the State of Israel Yitzhak Herzog will open the conference. Additional senior government officials will also be in attendance.
A banking and finance panel will feature the heads of the Israel diamond industry’s top banks, while a panel on rough diamonds will feature industry executives and government officials from the main mining countries.
The day-long conference will conclude with a lecture by Martin Rapaport on the state of the global diamond industry.
The Israel International Diamond Exhibition will take place March 28-30. Hundreds of Israeli and international exhibitors will offer their goods. Diamond buyers will receive three free nights of hotel accommodation.
Held every three years, the World Federation of Diamond Bourses’ World Diamond Congress will run concurrently on March 28-30.
Registration for Israel International Diamond Week is now available online.
“After a three-year break caused by the pandemic, we are thrilled to once again invite the global diamond community to Israel,” said Israel Diamond Exchange President Boaz Moldawsky.
“We are planning an exciting series of events that is set to be one of the industry’s most important occasions this year. Join us for top-level discussions, great networking and excellent business opportunities. Register now to ensure your place.”
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