The All India Gems & Jewellery Trade Federation (GJF) has unanimously elected Mr. Anantha Padmanaban as its Vice Chairman
The All India Gems & Jewellery Trade Federation (GJF) has unanimously elected Mr. Anantha Padmanaban as its Vice Chairman. Mr. Padmanaban is currently Zonal Chairman – South and he is the Managing Director of NAC Jewellers, Chennai.
GJF had conjured an evening comprising an elegant mix of fashion, style and glamour to showcase the multifaceted creativity of the Indian handcrafted jewellery.
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GJF presents the bigger and better avatar of its eagerly awaited business networking event - The Preferred Manufacturer of India (PMI) in Pune from 8th to 10th January 2018 at the J W Marriott Hotel.
“Labham” – an educational seminar on compliance & best business practices for the gems & jewellery trade to be organized by GJF today in Mumbai.
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It is the right time for NRIs to come to India for jewellery-related investments, says G. V. Sreedhar, GJF
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GJF has urged the Government to remove pan card requirement in jewellery sector and maintain status-quo on application of TCS on sales of bullion on Rs. 2 lakh and on Rs. 5 lakh of jewellery.
GJF has requested government to remove Pan Card requirement in jewellery sector and reduce Import Duties on gold, silver and jewellery
The JID is a unique identification credential for people working in the domestic gems and jewellery sector at the time of movement within and outside the city, state or inside the country with precious and semi-precious jewellery, gold and diamond.
An assortment of stunning cuff’s, elegant cocktail rings, handmade light-weight necklace sets, beautiful ensembles and much more will be showcased at the show
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Trust Mark Model is to help jewellers grow their business and become efficient and Rashtriya Swarna Nivesh is to get jewellers to contribute to national cause.
GJF has asked its members not to sell gold coins and bars to curb imports of the precious metal and help the government in reducing current account deficit.
Jewellery in India is largely handcrafted whereas in foreign countries there is a concept of machine-made jewellery. Challenge for Indian jewellers is to upgrade manufacturing practices and make it more cost-effective and efficient. Moreover government re
Nothing substantial in the Union Budget 2013-14 for gem and jewellery industry, says Bachhraj Bamalwa, Chairman, GJF. But he expects the import duty to be reduced in the coming days.
The GJF Leadership Summit consisted of three interesting panel discussions with eminent panelists and two renowned speakers. This summit was a well-attended affair with the audiences taking note of the prolific knowledge sharing.
With the import duty on gold being raised, it is quite evident that the government has some concerns. Keeping this mind in consideration the GJF has suggested solutions to the government to constrict Current Account Deficit.
The GJF had also suggested various steps to save valuable forex by unlocking hidden reserve within the country, reducing the imports of gold by eliminating duplication is use of gold instruments, bringing in methods of reduction in hoarding of gold, etc.
GJF and GIA hosted the first ever Leadership Summit in Kolkata where eminent speakers from various walks of life shared their insights with jewellery retailers and manufacturers of Kolkata.
Government’s decision to hike the import duty yet again is set to affect the gem and jewellery sector badly, says Bachraj Bamalwa, President, GJF.
Avid traveller, music enthusiast, artist, designer, vice-chairman of GJF, businessman, family man, are just few of the words to describe Haresh Soni of Premji Vallji Jewellers of Rajkot. Filled with hopes for a better tomorrow and making most of yesterday
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