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1
Imparting Knowledge through Digitization Thursday, 6 August, 2015 | 4.00 - 5.30 pm
‘With the changing times, technology is innovating on a daily basis with its reach touching newer locations in India. Education is also adding new concepts to connect to students in different parts and simplify the teaching process. Fat notebooks are out, slim tablets and mobile phones are in. Educational courses are technologically driven, with students receiving training from trainers in varying locations. Practical knowledge is received with remote internships through electronic mediums. Mentoring and nurturing new talent without physical presence in the new trend.
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2
Opportunities in the Middle East Market Friday, 7 August, 2015 | 11.00 - 12.15 pm
The Middle East region is becoming an increasingly important market for jewellery. Dubai has emerged as important trading centre for diamonds, color stones and pearls. It also attracts tourists from China, Russia, Europe and Asia. Dubai isn’t just an important retail destination, it has been ranked among the world’s top five “hot markets” in 2012, and the emirate remains the highest ranked target market for new retailers. Panel of experts will discuss opportunities in the region.
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3
Leverage your experience in USA Market Friday, 7 August, 2015 | 12.30 - 1.30 pm
As Indian Jewellers are looking out to tap newer international markets. This seminar gives an insight on the ways to tap USA market, which is world’s largest jewellery market and provides ample opportunity to explore various ways of initiating and expanding business with USA based jewellery companies.
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4
Single to Multi Store Friday, 7 August, 2015 | 2.00 - 3.15 pm
Indian firms play a major role in global supply chains of gold jewellery, diamond jewellery and precious gems. By participating in international and industry-led efforts to build responsible and conflict-free gold, diamond and precious gems supply chains, the Indian industry has an opportunity to further advance their competitiveness, to meet customer demands. What are the dynamics of chain stores and how can they create a good business model for themselves, a learning for others and maintain healthy competition and a let live world.
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5
Structuring Family Business for Future Expansion Friday, 7 August, 2015 | 3.30 - 5.00 pm
In this Era of great changes, family business are on a critical junction. Those who digest these changes, ride onto the virtuous cycle of phenomenal growth. Others fall into vicious cycle of declining margins and spirally cost. What should be done on both family as well as business front to shift over to the virtuous cycle and take advantage of the explosive opportunities?
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6
Impact of Mass Produced Synthetic Gem Diamonds on the Trade Saturday, 8 August, 2015 | 11.00 - 12.15 pm
The global production of synthetic rough gem diamonds through High-Pressure High- Temperature (HPHT) and Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) Routes is estimated in the range of 1 to 2% by volume. Trade laboratories equipped with highly advanced analytical techniques and skilled man-power can detect and identify all types of loose and studded synthetic diamonds with absolute certainty. However, the problem arises when these are mixed in the parcels of natural melees and stars and one needs to check each and every stone in the parcel.With the availability of portable screening device like Automated Melee Screening (AMS) from De Beers, it is possible to screen 360 to 400 diamonds per hour. Though not available to us at present, Automated Spectral Diamond Inspection (ASDI) device from SSEF, Switzerland, can detect and identify 4000 stones per hour. In cases of wilful non-disclosure and misrepresentation, the trade bodies like Natural Diamond Monitoring Committee formed by GJEPC at national level, and WFDB & IDMA at international level could play an important role by taking appropriate measures from time to time. The details of HPHT and CVD processes to manufacture these diamonds and scientific techniques to identify them will be explained. Experts will also discuss the impact of mass-produced synthetic gem diamonds on the profitability and sustainability of trade in Natural Gem Diamonds.
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7
Leverage your experience in UK Market Saturday, 8 August, 2015 | 12.30- 1.30 pm
As Indian Jewellers are looking out to tap newer international markets. This seminar gives an insight on the ways to tap UK market which caters to all types of products – mass, premium, innovative and all consumer needs. Leading retailers, wholesalers, distributors will share their experience and provide us insight on UK market.
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8
Bench Workshop on Inclusions in Natural and Synthetic Diamonds Saturday, 8 August, 2015 | 2.00 - 4.00 pm
This bench workshop is a ground level information session on the inclusions found in natural and synthetic diamonds which will guide a trader to sort out stones that need to be sent for further testing. The main purpose of this bench workshop is to create awareness at the starting level of the industry. This workshop should prove beneficial even to traders working with small sized diamonds.
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9
Role Women can play in Gem & Jewellery Industry Saturday, 8 August, 2015 | 4.15 - 6.15 pm
Jewellery is integral part of a Woman's personality. She understands jewellery. Majority of them are consumers of G & J industry. Each woman consumer can help us to make this industry better and bigger. WJA India Chapter will discuss opportunities women have across the industry - be it management, designing, merchandising, support areas including Finance, IT, Human Capital to name a few. Panelists are accomplished women professionals / entrepreneurs / designers / managers and will share their experiences. This discussion will help to identify areas in which we can invite greater involvement of women.
Session
10
Impact of Govt. Policies & Compliances affecting the trade Sunday, 9 August, 2015 | 11.00 - 12.15 pm
Gem & Jewellery Industry goes through regulation issued by the Government on a regular basis like matters affecting Consumers & one lakh limit on pan card, process, policies of Hall Marking, GST etc. The seminar will highlight the most critical issues prevalent at that time.
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11
Triggering growth through Unity Sunday, 9 August, 2015 | 12.30 - 1.30 pm
Considering the state of the Gems & Jewellery Industry today and recognizing the need for the Industry to join hands to lift itself up and re-establish jewellery as a desirable product in the minds of the consumer. The Industry today realizes the critical need for large scale promotion of Gems and Jewellery as a product category. This seminar will discuss issues related with the need and the possible solutions for addressing the challenge of generic promotions.
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12
Journey from Concept to Creation Sunday, 9 August, 2015 | 2.00 - 3.15 pm
The journey of excellence begins with the quest to collect exceptionally rare Diamonds and Coloured Gemstones for ultimate adornment. Magnificent Jewels are produced using the innovative techniques through creative artistry and master craftsmanship - each one of a kind - for select customers and connoisseurs of exquisite jewellery - that represents a journey through heritage, tradition, culture and timeless elegance. To make this challenging task possible, the jeweller needs to be a part gemmologist, part designer, part craftsman and a part businessman - always willing to offer something new - by his dedicated efforts & vision and thereby creating a remarkable legacy that will continue to be remembered for years to come and build lasting relationship with the customers looking for high-end jewellery. All related issues will be discussed by the eminent speaker/s based on their personal experiences.
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13
Effective Use of Social Media & Ecommerce Sunday, 9 August, 2015 | 3.30 - 5.00 pm
The seminar is a must for companies/ individuals venturing or seeking to venture in the e-commerce arena. It will cover different aspects of e-commerce such as mobile-commerce, electronic funds transfer, supply chain management, online transaction processing, electronic data interchange (EDI), inventory management, data collection, logistics etc. along-with marketing by using social networks.
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    Category Particulars *Pre-Regn. Rate On Spot Rate
    For Trade
    A1 Single ticket (Per session) Rs. 250 Rs. 250
    A2 Seasonal Pass(All sessions) Rs. 1400 NA
    For Students
    B1 Seasonal ticket (Per session) Rs. 100 Rs. 150
    B2 Seasonal Pass (All sessions) Rs. 500 NA