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Sarine Technologies releases new version of its rough planning software

Sarine has announced the release of AdvisorTM 7.0, the latest version of its industry-leading rough planning software tool.

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Firestone Diamonds ups production guidance to 360 000 ct

Firestone Diamonds said it is expecting to recover about 360,000 carats in the financial year ending 30 June 2017, against April's guidance of 300,000 carats at its Liqhobong diamond mine in Lesotho.

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BrilliAnt 2018 to be highlight of Antwerp Diamond Year

BrilliAnt - the 9th ADTF is to be held January 28-30, 2018, AWDC announced.

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Golden Saint recovers 14 diamonds from Sierra Leone’s Tongo licence

Golden Saint has recovered 14 diamonds, weighing a total of 10.46 ct, from its Tongo licence, in Sierra Leone, following bulk sampling operations last week. The stones, it said in an operational update, ranged from 0.25 to 2.15 carats per stone.

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Angola’s Endiama surpasses 2016 diamond output target

Angola’s state-owned diamond mining company Endiama produced 9.21 million carats of diamonds last year, exceeding a target of 9 million carats set by the ministry of planning and territorial development.

23 june 2017

Technology in Diamonds – Retail

16 june 2017
(ehudlaniado.com) - The growing influence of the millennial generation on diamond jewelry sales has forced retailers to find new strategies and technologies to adapt to the changing way people are shopping. For the most part, retail diamond jewelry sales are still largely conducted face-to-face, with a relationship established between a salesperson and a customer. However, this is changing quickly, and change has necessitated some new tools for both buyer and seller to influence the interaction. In my final series of articles exploring how technology has come to influence our changing industry, let’s take a look at some of the breakthroughs being used in diamond jewelry retailing.

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