ICA opens ICA GemBureau in Dubai

Partners with Dubai Multi Commodities Centre
ICA opens ICA GemBureau in Dubai

The International Colored Gemstone Association has joined hands with Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), to open another of its ICA GemBureaus in Dubai, namely ICA GemBureau Middle East. An official agreement was signed between ICA president Andrew Cody, ICA vice-president Prida Tiasuwan and Gaiti Rabbani, Executive Director, Colored Stones and Pearls at DMCC.

The ICA GemBureaus are a joint initiative of ICA with trade bodies worldwide, to support the colored stones industry. They provide ICA members with information, knowledge and expertise about colored gemstones. The facility in Dubai will address the industry needs centric to the Middle East in particular.

“As the only global organisation that works to increase the understanding, appreciation and sales of colored gemstones, we recognize that the region is growing significantly in importance for the gemstone industry. The opening of the dedicated Middle East GemBureau in Dubai will provide important infrastructure to support the colored stones trade, contribute to the growth of the region and foster increased cooperation within the ICA,” said Cody.

The GemBureau Middle East will offer ICA members fully equipped business center facilities, and promotional support to conduct GemBureau activities. It would be accessible to all ICA members and members of the regional and international gems trade, GemBureau Middle East.

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