“The Reinvention of Retail”: recap of the key podcast highlights
In the next installment of the Rapaport Diamond Tech Podcast, the discussion moved downstream to cover the latest trends and transformation in jewelry sales and marketing, with episode four, The Reinvention of Retail.
“Tracing the Diamond Journey”: Episode 2
Welcome to a recap of the second podcast in the special Rapaport Diamond Podcast series, “Technology and the Diamond Trade”, proudly sponsored by Sarine.
What do Ping Pong, Popsicles, Xerox and Sarine have in common?
They are all brand names that became the international standard in their field. What people today call a game of “Ping Pong” is actually a trademark from 1901 for table tennis products. And when your child asks for a “Popsicle”, or wants to Xerox his homework, they are using a specific brand name that is so widespread, it has[…]
Diamonds Are Forever? A Glimpse of the Second-Hand Diamond Market
“A Diamond is Forever”. Arguably one of the most famous and successful advertising campaigns in history set the highest of standards for this valuable gemstone. Scientists now believe there are a quadrillion tons of diamonds buried in the earth, and outer space is swarming with diamonds. Each year, approximately 133 million carats[…]
The State of the Diamond Industry in 2019: Challenges & Opportunities
Today, the diamond industry is more complex and dynamic than ever, and technology has only deepened the challenges faced by industry players at every stage of the diamond pipeline. At Sarine, our technologies scanned more than 70 million diamonds in 2018, enabling us to take a broad consideration of the changes happening now in the[…]
The History and Future of Lab Grown Diamonds
In 2015, photographer Dillon Marsh undertook a fascinating project to demonstrate visually just how much natural diamond has been extracted from a diamond mine during its entire lifetime.
The Importance of Diamond Provenance in a Data-Driven Age
In breaking the frontiers of the diamond industry, from manufacturing to retail, technology must strive to reach beyond what it can do today, to the potential of what it can achieve tomorrow.