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You need to keep experimenting with designs and finishing
gursimran_chaddha_1.jpgGursimran is a graduate from the University of Bradford with a bachelor degree in Accounting and Finance and is a certified gemologist from the prestigious GIA School in the U.S.A. After returning from the U.S.A., Gursimran started working with one of the biggest diamond manufacturing companies in Mumbai. After a year of gaining relevant experience, he started his own label, “Jagat Jewels” in the year 2010. After taking part in exhibitions in Ludhiana, Chandigarh and Delhi, etc., and getting overwhelming response for the label, Gursimran opened his first boutique in the heart of New Delhi in 2012. Here, in an interview with Rough&Polished, Gursimran opens up his mind as an astute businessman and sometimes as a creative designer as well...

Demand for diamonds in the world is very high – AWDC
margaux_donckier_preview.jpgMargaux Donckier, spokesperson of the Antwerp World Diamond Center, told about the main trends in the diamond market in her interview to Rough&Polished.

Our goal is to create a think tank, which will come up with ideas how to reach outside our closed circuit and bring people the message about diamonds, tell why they should buy them
alex_popov_x.jpgThe World Diamond Mark® Foundation (WDMF) in a non-for-profit organization founded in 2012 by the World Federation of Diamond Bourses whose goal is to increase consumer demand for diamonds and enhance the trust in them. To reach this goal, the WDMF is engaged in generic marketing programmes, raises public awareness of diamonds, educates retailers and conducts attestation of the Authorised Diamond Dealers® (ADD). The Foundation’s Chairman and CEO, Alex Popov gave this interview to Rough&Polished on the eve of the inaugural World Diamond Conference to be held in New Delhi.

South Africa: Zurel Bros to Open New Diamond Cutting Facility


Zurel Bros diamond producer will open new diamond cutting facility in Limpopo, South Africa. It is planned to engage 1000 cutters and polishers.
According to Rapaport, the factory will be launched on Saturday (Nov.24, 2007), and this day is also a graduation day for 218 students of Zurel diamond cutting and polishing program.
When the factory starts to work in its whole power, it will be the biggest cutting plant in SA, the company stated.



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