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The Month In Review: June July 06, 2016 (0 comments)

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Merrick, NY—As the industry gathered in Las Vegas for the JCK and Couture Shows, the biggest question on everybody’s mind was, “how will business be?” While the luxury sector was solid, results were mixed in other sectors of the show. The Diamond Producers Association launched details of its plan to recapture consumers’ passion for diamonds; synthetic diamonds continue to worry the industry while technology increasingly changes how business is done, and multiple companies offered celebrity superstar entertainment in Las Vegas. Meanwhile, Brexit rattled the financial sector but should have minimal impact on our industry, but as yet another longtime retail jeweler closes, its sixth generation owner blasts Millennials for not supporting local business.

In case you missed any, here were the top news stories for the month of June:

DPA To Spend $12 Million Promoting ‘Real Is Rare’ Diamond Slogan

Exclusive Interview And Analysis With DPA Director Jean-Marc Lieberherr

GIA Offers Diamond Melee Analysis To Screen For Synthetics

Forevermark Launches Fall Ad Campaign; Expands ‘Ever Us’ Category

Natasha Bedingfield Highlights Simon G. Party

Rachel Platten, Bar Paly, Mario Lopez Headline Le Vian Red Carpet Revue Trend Presentation

Independent Mllennial And Older Women Ripe To Buy Jewelry

Technology That Turns Selling Into The Experience Millennials Crave

Editorial: Brexit A Hiccup, Not A Heimlich, For Luxury Jewelry Industry

Sixth Generation Jeweler Slams It To Millennials As Doors Close

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