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Registration Opens For 4th International Diamond Week


The Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) and the Israel Diamond Institute (IDI) are working together to promote the event on social media and at tradeshows around the world. The fair will be held on the Trading Floor of the IDE from February 8 to 12.



Registration has begun for the fourth International Diamond Week, to take place from February 8 to 12, 2015, which has already built up a strong international reputation among the global diamond industry and become a must-attend event and an important international show.


In addition to members of the Diamond Dealers Club of New York again taking part, the Winter edition of the show will also welcome members from the Antwerp Diamond Bourse.


The previous editions of the show were highly successful and attracted buyers from across the world.


As with previous shows, IDE President Shmuel Schnitzer and International Diamond Week Steering Committee Chairman Moti Fluk are expecting the 2015 event to be full of life and activity.


The IDE and IDI are working hand-in-hand to promote the event on social media and at trade fairs across the globe as part of the wider need to promote Israeli polished diamond sales.

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