CIBJO invites you to Part 2 of the Mine to Design webinar,
looking at how a gemstone’s origin inspires the jewellery designer

Following the enthusiastic audience response to the first "Mine to Design" webinar, CIBJO invites you to participate free of charge in Part 2 of the webinar, taking place on Wednesday, May 13, 2020, starting at 11:00 AM U.S. EDT. It once again considers the influence of where a gemstone is mined on the design of the jewellery in which it set.

The webinar is a collaboration between CIBJO and Greenland Ruby, featuring the company’s CCO Hayley Henning.

The lineup of speakers is the same as Part 1, with Hayley interviewing jewellery designers Erica Courtney , Deirdre Featherstone , Stephen Webster , Victor Velyan and Ulrik Hartmann , about how traveling to different gem mining areas around the world has influenced their creativity, design choices and business strategies.

The webinar will investigate how each designer’s personal experience visiting mining areas inspired the process about how they go about their work, and how this in turn impacted their businesses. Panelists will address audience questions not reached in Part 1 of the series, and will also provide some more insights on how trips to the mining sites convert experiences into sales revenue.

Register in advance for the FREE webinar

Wednesday, May 13, 2020
8:00 AM PDT, 9:00 AM MDT, 10:00 AM CDT, 11:00 AM EDT, 4:00 PM London, 5:00 PM Paris, 7:00 PM Dubai,
9:30 PM Mumbai, 11:00 PM Hong Kong

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar on Zoom.
CIBJO  is the international jewellery confederation of national trade organisations. CIBJO's purpose is to encourage harmonisation, promote international cooperation in the jewellery industry and to consider issues which concern the trade worldwide. CIBJO's chief mission is to protect consumer confidence in the industry. CIBJO is the sole jewellery industry organisation to have Special Consultative Status with the United Nation's Economic & Social Council (ECOSOC) and is a member of the UN Global Compact.