Pure Grown Diamonds Names New COO
Dan Schneider, formerly executive vice president, was promoted to president and chief operating officer.
Dan Schneider, formerly the company’s executive vice president, has taken on the COO role and been promoted to president.
“I am deeply honored to take on this responsibility and lead Pure Grown Diamonds into its next phase of growth,” said Schneider.
“We are at the forefront of revolutionizing the diamond industry, and I am committed to further expanding our market presence, developing innovative products, and ensuring the highest standards of sustainability and ethics.”
Ken Rubinstein, one of the company’s owners, previously held the position of COO, according to LinkedIn.
Schneider, who joined the company last year, is tasked with overseeing the day-to-day operations, including sales, marketing, manufacturing, and supply chain management.
In his former role as EVP, Schneider led the company through “numerous milestones” and helped to form key partnerships, said Pure Grown Diamonds, while showing his dedication to sustainable and ethical practices in the diamond industry.
“With a deep understanding of the industry and a proven track record of driving growth, Schneider has consistently displayed strong leadership qualities, making him the ideal candidate for this elevated role,” said the company.
Schneider’s promotion follows a successful JCK Las Vegas show, according to the company, where it was able to showcase its lab-grown diamond jewelry to a wide audience.
Suraj Mehta, CEO of Pure Grown Diamonds, said, “Dan’s promotion is a testament to his exceptional leadership and unwavering dedication to our core values. We believe that under his guidance, Pure Grown will continue to thrive and redefine the future of the diamond industry.”
Following this promotion, the company said it’s ready to capitalize on its recent achievements and work to cement its position as a leader in the lab-grown diamond market.
Pure Grown Diamonds (formerly known as Gemesis) is a founding member of the International Grown Diamond Association and shared its input with the Federal Trade Commission on acceptable language describing lab-grown diamonds, the company said.
The company offers loose polished lab-grown diamonds as well as finished jewelry via its vertically integrated supply chain.
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