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GIA New York Jewelry Career Fair connects applicants with recruiters

Hundreds explore industry opportunities

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(NEW YORK) - More than 500 students, job seekers and industry veterans attended GIA’s 26th annual Jewelry Career Fair on July 24. Sponsored by Jewelers of America at the Javits Center in New York City, this free, one-day-only event was an opportunity for attendees to connect with companies through an opening keynote presentation, one-on-one career coaching sessions and networking with nearly 50 recruiters.


Partnership opportunities with Diamond Banc

Diamond Banc is partnering with retail jewelers nationwide to assist them in offering a new dimension of financial services to their clients that is dramatically improving their bottom line. Diamond Banc is putting retail jewelers into the buying and lending business with virtually no up-front costs.

Shellé Jewelers in Northbrook, IL is one of the first jewelry stores to open a Diamond Banc Shop-in-Shop in their store. “We are very pleased with the whole experience” said Brain Millman, 3rd generation jeweler and President of Shellés. “Like most independently owned jewelry stores, everyone on our staff has a lot of responsibilities. The best part about working with Kyle and Mills at Diamond Banc is how fast, easy and lucrative the process is. We are now able to provide buying and lending services to our customers without having to hire additional staff or tie up our own capital. They also provide us with marketing support and even take time to speak directly to our customers when needed.”

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GIA’s goes “All In” for JCK Las Vegas

Exclusive in-booth briefings, museum displays, colored stone services and more

(CARLSBAD, Calif.) – Attendees of the 2015 JCK Las Vegas show at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino can visit GIA’s booth (L99) from May 29 – June 1 to learn about the Institute’s not-to-miss show offerings, ranging from the show service laboratory to educational in-booth briefings and a special museum display. More details are available on GIA’s website.


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