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Top service providers helping reform jewellery trade at IIJS 2021

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  • Advanced machinery on 3D printing/ CAD/CAM
  • Improved RFID facilities for transaction
  • Immersive AI tech for great in-store experience
  • Holistic jewellery and gemstone certification

Service providers are an inseparable part of the jewellery industry. With CAD/CAM, 3D printing and a host of other technologies at the disposal of jewellers, it’s the right guidance that distinguishes impeccable finish from moderate results.

Thankfully, the most-awaited IIJS Bengaluru 2021 will represent some of the best brands for jewellery manufacturing, retailing and allied services. To start with, the event hasIntriguity, a company that provides high technology in 3D printing, e-commerce and digital marketing.

Retail operations are going to take a new leap with the expert radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology by IRYS(Booth no: 1A034 I), a service provider facilitating RFID technology through apps and advanced scanners.

Revolutionising at-home jewellery purchase has been the immersive technology of MirrAR. The company provides augmented reality experiences for websites, mobile apps and in-store tech through which one can get a fair idea of the spread of a particular jewellery line over one’s body. MirrAR will be there to serve the stakeholders.

In terms of quality assurance, one can also seek the services of SGL, a laboratory that provides testing facilities for jewellery, diamond and colour gemstones besides running thorough corporate education programmes for the industry.

After a gap of 1.5 years, the assembly of veteran jewellers and service providers will help the jewellery industry embark on a new trade era post-pandemic.

Courtesy: Retail Jeweller India News

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