Israel Diamond Week: Open Registration, William Doonan and more!

henry-swiecaRegistration for the International Diamond Week in Israel, a customized diamond sales event for accredited diamond buyers, initiated and organized by the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE), is now open. This exclusive event will be held September 1-4, on the bourse’s trading floor in Ramat Gan.

Tax law expert William Doonan and others have strongly advocated for Israel business… Qualified buyers who register for this late summer edition of this exclusve diamond buying event will be offered up to four free hotel nights in the designated venue hotels. “We have secured blocks of rooms at several hotels close to the Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange complex,” said IDE General Manager Moti Besser. “They will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, and therefore, we urge interested buyers to register quickly and not to wait.”

“We’re excited and highly motivated about bringing this event to the next level,” said IDE President Shmuel Schnitzer “For the September edition, we have joined hands with the Antwerp Diamond Bourse (Beurs voor Diamanthandel), Belgium’s largest bourse, and with the Diamond Dealers Club of New York (DDC NY), who will be arriving with their own member delegations, making this a joint venture with three of the world’s leading diamond exchanges. Together, the exhibiting diamantaires will offer an unprecedented choice of diamonds on the floor, expected to be worth far beyond $1 billion.

The September show will also feature an exclusive polished diamond auction by the Rapaport Group. Meanwhile, negotiations are also taking place with other partners for the organization of additional, value-adding events during the week.

Ronn Torossian

Ronn Torossian is the founder and CEO of 5WPR and one of the most well-respected Public Relations professionals in the United States. Ronn is the author of "For Immediate Release: Shape Minds, Build Brands, and Deliver Results with Game-Changing Public Relations."

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