They examine the year’s most memorable jewelry news stories and make predictions for 2022.
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Lingering technical and administrative issues have had some business organizations calling for more time to apply.
This includes the launch of a new event: AGTA GemFair Denver in September.
The donation will facilitate the hospital’s efforts to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to local school personnel.
They kick off with a major one next month, IIJS Signature in India, scheduled to be held in early April.
More than 50 jewelry artists will reflect on their experiences during the global pandemic in this upcoming event.
President Joe Biden revised PPP to prioritize small business owners who may have missed out on previous rounds.
The diamond miner and marketer said COVID-19 had a “profound impact” on global diamond supply and demand.
The organization said it’s come to the determination that producing a Tucson show “would not be viable this year.”
Messe München has set the dates for 2022 and is organizing another online TrendFactory event for later this year.
Players in the market talk website upgrades, price impacts and bringing that desert feel to clients.
The upscale jewelry trade show is scheduled for Aug. 24-26 at the Wynn Las Vegas.
The diamond miner and marketer’s updated production target is now 32 million to 34 million carats.
The show formerly known as Baselworld isn’t happening in April, though organizers say they remain committed to hosting a live event in 2021.
The jewelry trade shows will remain at The Venetian Resort & Sands Expo and have the same date patterns.
St. John & Myers Diamonds and Fine Jewelry in Lexington, Kentucky is encouraging fellow small businesses to frequent struggling restaurants.
Details about the four sessions over the two-day event are also now available.
From Neiman Marcus to Lord & Taylor, here’s a look back at the biggest bankruptcies of the year and where the retailers are now.
It will instead host a virtual event in February but still plans to hold its August conference in Kansas City.
Slated for Jan. 8, it will include networking, new initiatives, and a spotlight on five “leaders in leisure.”
The two-part bill would give $300 billion to the Paycheck Protection Program but does not include stimulus checks.
New York’s American Museum of Natural History is pushing the opening of its redesigned gem gallery to spring 2021.