Initiatives in Art & Culture (IAC) Fifth Annual Gold Conference was entitled “Gold: Transparency, Trends and Techniques”. Yet it was really about sustainable gold.
Fair Trade Jeweler Donna DiStefano
Ways that consumers can be confident that their purchases are both aesthetically and emotionally pleasing. That’s as well as responsibly sourced. For they are given considerable focus. All through discussion of how the industry builds consumer trust. That’s through transparent reporting and the journey toward responsible mining.
These techniques are things my friend Donna Distefano has been offering forever.
IAC GOLD CONFERENCE
Every participant in IAC’s Fifth Annual Gold Conference represents this metal in some outstanding and significant way.
We also collaborated with many top professionals in their fields. All to showcase some of the most timely issues and achievements. That’s for the industry with the effectiveness and directness so important to IAC.
Richline is, once again, proud to support IAC’s Fifth Annual Gold Conference. That was also said Mark Hanna. Mark is also the CMO of Richline Group.
For the community considers this also the world’s premier examination. Especially of all things related to gold and gold jewelry.
Hoover & Strong
Hoover & Strong, which is also supporting IAC’s gold conference for the first time, released that they are thrilled to be a part of IAC’s Fifth Annual Gold Conference. For they look forward to educating the next generation of jewelers. As well as Harmony recycled gold and Hoover & Strong’s Fairmined initiatives. That was said by Torry Hoover, President, Hoover & Strong.
“Since branding the Harmony line of recycled precious metals in 2008, we have come to learn that responsible choices, sustainability and ethical sourcing—always important to us—are also important matters in jewelers’ hearts and minds. Recycled and Fairmined metal options are now readily available, so jewelers have the opportunity, and thankfully the desire, to create the most beautiful, eco-friendly jewelry in the history of this industry. We support the efforts of the IAC gold conference in its ongoing commitment to exploring these issues.”
Source: Initiatives in Arts and Culture
Initiatives in Arts and Culture (IAC)