The Hong Kong Diamond, Gem and Pearl Show showcased the demand for diamonds from Chinese buyers, who were keen to test price points after Covid-19 disruptions. Dealers were thrilled to reconnect with the Chinese market and saw strong interest from buyers, indicating a positive outlook for the diamond industry. Hari Krishna Exports, a prominent manufacturer of natural diamonds, proudly announced its participation at the Hong Kong Diamond, Gem and Pearl Show with a sustainable booth made from 80% recyclable materials. The company's sustainable booth aims to support the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and promote eco-friendly practices within the diamond industry.
With a commitment to sustainability and the planet's well-being, Hari Krishna Exports will plant one tree for every visitor to the booth, helping support climate action and a sustainable future. Visitors will also receive an SDG badge, symbolizing their participation in Hari Krishna Exports' mission towards a sustainable future.
Hari Krishna Exports' dedication to sustainability extends beyond carbon neutrality and includes a range of initiatives that support the 17 SDGs. From their solar-powered manufacturing plant to building lakes and planting trees in India, Hari Krishna Exports is setting the benchmark for sustainable practices in the natural diamond industry.
The company believes that its efforts towards sustainability will not only benefit their business but also contribute to a better future for the planet. Hari Krishna Exports invites everyone to join them in going beyond carbon neutrality and embracing sustainable practices for a better future for all.