CIBJO’s fifth season with seven seminars

Jan 17, 2024

CIBJO’s popular Jewellery Industry Voices webinar and seminar series will kick off its fifth season at the Vicenzaoro show in Vicenza, Italy, with seven hybrid seminars – in person at the Fiera di Vicenza exposition centre, and simultaneously live streamed. They will take place over two days, on Saturday, January 20, 2024, and Sunday, January 21, 2024.

The event is beuing hosted by the Vicenzaoro organizer, the Italian Exhibition Group (IEG), and is part of a joint CSR and sustainability educational programme for the jewellery industry, presented by CIBJO and IEG, which has been recognized by the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations.

The two day programme is as follows,

1: Technology and Innovation in Responsible Sourcing on January 20, 2024, Organised in collaboration with the Platinum Guild International (PGI).

2: Equality for All, on January 20, 2024, Organised in collaboration with the Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030,

3: Actioning the Nature Journey in the Watch and Jewellery Industry, on January 20, 2024, Organised in collaboration with the Watch & WJI 2030.

4: Halo to Hammer: Reward and Risk in Social Media Marketing, on January 20, 2024, Organised in collaboration with the New York-based Initiatives in Art & Culture.

5: Investigating sustainability principles in the gold jewellery business, on January 21, 2024, organised in collaboration with the World Gold Council.

6: A Common Understanding: Harmonising the Language of Responsible Supply Chains, January 21, 2024, The seminar will consider how, with supply chain integrity becoming a critical component of a jewellery item’s real worth, the terminology used to describe and evaluate responsible social and environmental practices is increasingly important.

7: The role of big data in understanding the diamond market and decision making, January 21, 2024. The seminar will focus upon the increasingly availability of big data, as well as the software tools able to analyze them and detect patterns, removing much of the risk that has been part of the jewellery trade for decades. The featured speaker is Mahiar Borhanjoo, President of UNI Diamonds.

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