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Brand News: Designer Sara Weinstock Featured In DPA Video; Kim Pelletier Joins IGC Group January 02, 2019 (0 comments)

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Designer Sara Weinstock Featured In ‘Real Is A Diamond’ Video

Los Angeles, CA—Diamond jewelry designer Sara Weinstock was featured in the latest “Real Is A Diamond” video from the Diamond Producers Association, part of its new Diamond Diaries series. Click here or on the image below to watch.

Related: One Year Later, DPA’s Successful “Real is Rare” Campaign Gets Big Results And Bigger Budget

 

 

Kim Pelletier Tapped To Lead IGC Brand Services

Chicago, IL—IGC Group NV, Antwerp, has appointed Kim E. Pelletier as president of its fine jewelry division, IGC Brand Services, located in Chicago, IL. IGC Group, a De Beers sightholder, has manufactured fine-make loose diamonds since 1912.

In her new role, Pelletier will realign business focus, reinvent IGC’s Chicago office, and relaunch its Naledi jewelry brand at the 2019 JCK Show in Las Vegas. Her pedigree includes such notable brands such as De Beers, Polygon, Hearts On Fire, John Hardy and, most recently, for the designer jewelry brands Stephen Dweck and Michael Aram. With a primary focus on sales and marketing functions, she led sales teams at both Hearts On Fire and John Hardy, and also was a key contributor to production, inventory forecasting, merchandising, product design, talent recruitment, and leadership. 

“We are excited to have Kim on the team to lead our Chicago business unit. Her talents, experience, and long-established connections in the industry bring an expertise which we have not had prior to her joining the company.  As one of De Beers’ oldest sightholders, we at IGC value longevity and commitment, which Kim has exhibited throughout her career. Kim’s diamond experience and jewelry background make her the perfect fit for this new challenge,” commented Jacques Claes, president of IGC Group NV. 

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