LGD News Week of 15Aug2022- FREE Preview
Meet Araceli Venegas-Gomez. Recipient of the The Optical Society Milton and Rosalind Chang Pivoting Fellowship to become a ‘global ambassador’ for quantum technologies.
A knowledgeable and fully dedicated quantum physicist. Former aerospace engineer. Araceli is contributing to the public and business awareness of science and quantum technologies, providing a bridge between research and industry. To enable this, she has recently founded QURECA, with the aim to support business and institutions to be part of the second quantum revolution.
Watch THE MVEye Lab-Grown Market Intel Report's exclusive interview with Araceli Venegas-Gomez and hear about the exciting opportunities for lab-grown diamonds in the world of quantum computing.
Behind the Brilliant BE Report
A few notes and comments from last week's brilliant Brilliant Earth 2nd Quarter results report.
THE MVEye Core 3.5 LGD Consumer Segments
Opportunities, strategies, and percentages for selling LGDs to consumers
THE MVEye, the leader in market research for the global gem, jewelry and watch industries, has released its latest report entitled THE MVEye’s Core 3.5 LGD Consumer Segments. Subscribers to THE MVEye LGD Market Intel Report receive this report at no cost (a $250 value)...
“We’ve been researching the consumer and trade lab-grown diamond markets since 2004. This report presents the core 3.5 consumer segments that our research has consistently pointed to as driving the explosive global growth of LGDs,”
said Marty Hurwitz, CEO and co-founder of THE MVEye.
“We have defined the opportunities, strategies and closing percentages successful jewelry retailers are achieving when selling LGDs to each of these consumer segments.”
Key findings revealed in the report include:
*The five-year growth plan of consumer demographics shows a long runway of sales and profit opportunities with the Core 3.5 LGD consumer segments.
*Ironically, these consumers are not all about the digital shopping experience. They are also very interested in custom designed jewelry and concierge experiences, in store, in social and on ecommerce sites…and they are willing to pay for it.
*These consumer segments don’t buy products from stores, they buy from brands. The brands with the most opportunity to sell these consumers are those that share their values and offer them the ability to purchase seamlessly via any platform- when and where they want it.