When a customer chooses a diamond, they are not just buying a gemstone. They are investing in a powerful symbol of their dreams and hopes for the future.
Are you using artificial intelligence-based technology? The chances are strong. According to one survey, 33% of consumers think they are using AI technology, but in fact, 77% are.
Whether you're aware of it or not, artificial intelligence is leading the charge in the latest technological revolution that's sweeping through modern[…]
The data age is here, and you can bet that it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Whether it be that sweater you purchased online, the digital map you used to get to your friend’s house or any wearable tech you have on your body, data is constantly playing a role in our lives.
For three decades, Sarine’s technological developments have taken the diamond industry to ever greater heights of accuracy, cost efficiency and excellence.
The world has entered its fifth month of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the industry has already begun to feel the weight of its impact. The diamond industry, specifically, has leaned on technology and digital platforms to continue their sales and communication with retailers and consumers. Our CEO, David Block, spoke to Rapaport Senior[…]
Over the past decade, Sarine has expanded significantly in Asia Pacific, and we are proud to be an active partner in the diamond industry in China, Hong Kong, Japan and throughout the region. In recent months, China and Hong Kong have been at the frontlines of the war against COVID-19. Now, just as those regions are starting to see[…]
From miners to manufacturers, dealers to retailers, everyone who plays a part in the complex diamond pipeline has two issues on their mind: Traceability and Provenance.
At Israel Diamond Week in February 2020, several industry leaders gathered for an enlightening discussion on these very issues, hosted by Avi Kravitz, Analyst and[…]
An island nation with a population of over 120 million, Japan has been a modern leader in diamond consumption. In the early 2000s, in fact, Japan accounted for 20% of global diamond demand. This is a remarkable number, considering that the traditional diamond engagement ring was never a historical part of Japanese culture. The[…]