Israel Diamond Exchange to Host International Diamond Week
The event is slated for April 2024.
The event will include a conference and exhibition.
The one-day Israel Diamond Conference, in its second year, will take place Apr. 1, featuring talks and panels by industry personalities, diamond producers, government officials, bankers, analysts, influencers, and others.
The conference will be followed by the International Diamond Exhibition, held Apr. 2-4, which will offer a variety of diamonds, gems, and jewelry goods by Israeli and international exhibitors.
Last year’s International Diamond Week was the organization’s first in-person event following a three-year break due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“The Israel Diamond Exchange is happy to announce that we will again be hosting one of the major diamond happenings of the year in April 2024,” said IDE President Boaz Moldawsky.
“We were thrilled by the success of last year’s events, and we are certain that this year will be at least as exciting.”
More information about the event will soon be available on the International Diamond Week website.
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