Royal Chain Joins Responsible Jewellery Council
As a part of its 40th anniversary, Royal Chain Group has announced that it is joining the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), a group whose mission is to advance responsible social and environmental practices throughout the jewelry supply chain.
“This is an important milestone for us, reinforcing our dedication to the core values of trust, respect, and transparency, and to ensure that our future generations will thrive,” said Royal Chain founder and president, Paul Maroof, in a press release.
Royal Chain’s new RJC membership demonstrates its continued effort to make sustainability one of the company’s top priorities. For more information, visit royalchain.com.
GJEPC’s First-Ever India Rough Gemstones Show Closes in Jaipur
The first-ever India Rough Gemstones show, hosted by the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC), closed on a positive note in Jaipur on Jan. 10. The show featured 42 international companies exhibiting rough gemstones from Afghanistan, Canada, Ethiopia, Hong Kong, Madagascar, Tanzania, Thailand, and Zambia.
“I am happy to know that the first-ever India Rough Gemstones show in Jaipur was a successful one,” said GJEPC chairman Shri Praveenshankar Pandya, in a press release. “We would be organizing such shows in the future as well to make sure that manufacturers overcome one of the biggest challenges they face: The lack of a steady supply of rough with consistent qualities and stable price ranges.”
For more information on the show, visit gjepc.org/irg.