The Investment Summit considered major shifts in relation to the long-term investment landscape and explored how they could be addressed.
The RBI ban on Letter of Undertaking (LoU) as a trade finance instrument, will not have much impact on the gems and jewellery industry in West Bengal, but a hike in bank's credit margin may hurt the business, a GJEPC official said.
In a surprising turn of events yesterday, CBI has booked diamond merchant Nirav Modi, his brother, wife and a business partner for allegedly cheating the Punjab National Bank (PNB) of over Rs 280.70 crore in 2017.
GJF presents the bigger and better avatar of its eagerly awaited business networking event - The Preferred Manufacturer of India (PMI) in Pune from 8th to 10th January 2018 at the J W Marriott Hotel.
Policy changes last year created a lot of upheavals in the Indian gems and jewellery
industry. A good medicine tastes bitter; likewise, the policies may have caused
a short-term mayhem in the industry, however, the gradual transition with GST is
meant to do good in the long term. It’s definitely a move towards more transparent
and organized way of doing business. By Kavita Parab
The upcoming B2B show will provide an excellent platform for buyers and suppliers to connect, network, exchange ideas, discover upcoming trends and generate business opportunities.
Digital marketing is imperative to any business today. The jewellery industry too, is gradually embracing digital marketing as a new way of promoting their brands. The rise of digital marketing is changing the way jewellery brands are engaging their target customers. Kavita Parab spoke to industry leaders to find out about how to use the power of digital marketing to enhance brand image and appeal to the current crop of target audience.
The Revenue Department today clarified that sale of old jewellery by individuals will not attract any GST as the sale is not for furthering any business.
Implementation of GST on 1st of July has resulted in lacklustre business on Monday.
Indian jewellers show concern over their businesses as the rift between Qatar and u nations is still alive.
“Labham” – an educational seminar on compliance & best business practices for the gems & jewellery trade to be organized by GJF today in Mumbai.
New Ambassador a perfect fit for ‘dare to be different’ business model of India’s first online jewellery marketplace.
An opportunity for distinguished jewellery manufacturers and leading retailers from Eastern Region to participate & develop business relationship.
The second edition of Couture India will be held from 9th to 11th September 2017 at Taj Palace in New Delhi.
The seminar was, especially organised for the non-members of the Council who are doing business in an unorganised manner, but have played a significant role by contributing to the success of the “Make in India” initiative.
Exhibitors are of the view that the changes dates of the signatures would not help the business