AGA’s 2022 Las Vegas Conference Will Be a Diamond-Centric Event
Registration for the June 9 event at the Westin Hotel is now open.
Scheduled for Thursday, June 9, at the Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa, the event will be a half day of diamond-centric education sessions.
The sessions will start at 1 p.m. PDT, kicking off with Martin Rapaport, chairman of the Rapaport Group, talking about the current loose diamond and diamond jewelry market.
He will be followed by David Block, CEO of Sarine Technologies Ltd., offering a look at AI diamond grading and Sarine’s diamond technology.
The conference will end with GIA’s Tom Moses, senior vice president, and Yun Luo, director of metrology and quality control, diving into GIA’s research on the effect of fluorescence in diamonds.
Immediately following the sessions, AGA will host a cocktail and networking reception.
“AGA could not be more pleased to host this impressive group of presenters sharing their experience and knowledge and the opportunity to come together after two years of waiting. We sincerely hope you will join us and bring a friend,” said Çiğdem Lüle, AGA conference committee co-chair.
Until May 31, AGA members can buy a ticket for both the conference and reception for $95. Non-members can buy the same for $125.
The reception-only ticket is priced at $45.
After May 31, registration prices increase to $145 for the full conference and reception and $60 for the reception-only tickets.
For more information, visit AccreditedGemologists.org. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.
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