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IGDA 2.0 Launched to “Support the LGD Industry”

The International Grown Diamond Association (IGDA) has launched IGDA 2.0
LGD seed lab diamonds
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The International Grown Diamond Association (IGDA) has launched IGDA 2.0, “a completely revamped version aimed at supporting and serving the rapidly growing lab-created diamond industry,” Rough & Polished reports.

 

Swarowski introduces 16 new colors of lab grown diamonds
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According to IGDA’s ED Dick Garard, IGDA 2.0 “will provide focused services to support the growing number of global lab-grown diamond companies. We have an aggressive strategic plan that begins with the involvement of the entire global lab-grown diamond industry, many longtime supporters, and the welcome addition of newer, younger members.”

 

Richline Lab Diamond JCPenney
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Established in 2016, IGDA is a nonprofit aimed to educate and develop the lab-created diamonds industry worldwide. IGDA 2.0 promises “ a new wide-ranging board of advisors, distribution of a new consumer point of sale and promotional materials, sales associates training, and a newly established network of international chapters, including educating consumers and promoting lab-created diamonds internationally.”



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