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Diamonds and Diamond Jewels Diamonds were first discovered in India already before the 18th century. They were immediately appreciated by the luminescence of their sparkling wines and their unique feature, reflecting the brightness of the light outwardly glitteringly. In 1869, in South Africa, a diamond of 83.5 karatas was known, known as the "star of Africa". "Since then, Africa has been one of the largest diamond sources in the world. DIAMOND IS FOREVER Following the discovery of "Africa's star", mining companies are beginning to move to the African continent to ensure their demand for land and they hope to produce large amounts of rough diamonds, which is hard work ahead of the massive development of mining technology. Companies employ a large The number of native miners in Africa and the living conditions of the workers is frustrating as they have been carefully monitored and any attempt to smuggle diamonds out of the mine is a more sustainable way than my lifetime of richer feats and was severely punished. De Beers and the Diamond Trade De Beers, who currently controls most of the diamonds in the world, started with an ambitious man who participated in the diamond extraction in South Africa in the 1800s.The company grew and eventually consolidated its power to form two parent companies, each with its own subsidiaries: De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd. in Germany and De Beers Centenary in Switzerland. Both companies control the central sales organization CSO), a strong marketing unit, which also controls the firm's hard diamond sales. It turns out that diamonds are only used by the richest people. However, due to the discovery of more efficient mining technology and new mines, gemstone sales have become more abundant and sales have risen steadily. In the late 1900s, South Carolina Journal, diamonds were found on engagement rings and other forms of jewelry belonging to the upper middle class. Now, partly because of De Beers' marketing efforts, diamonds are in great demand for jewelry around the world. In fact, they are advertisements of De Beer. De Beers and Kimberley Process De Beers and Kimberley Process is the driving force behind World War II's cultural norms set by diamond engagement rings from Germany and Japan. Before World War II, less than 1% of Japanese citizens had diamonds on wedding rings, but after the post-war De Beers advertisement, 70% of the new engagement rings included diamonds. And until wedding rings were marketed by De Beers in the 1960s, the wedding ring in Germany traditionally had no diamonds before Germany's diamond consumption rose. In addition to being seen as jewelry, the diamond market as a tool has also emerged, which is best attributable to the rare hardness of precious stones? The jeweler industry seems ready for a sparkling future. Annual sales of 148 billion. Euro is expected to grow by 5% to 6% annually and reaching 250 billion. Euro in 2020. Consumer demand for jewelry affected by the global economic downturn seems now tougher than before. However, industry is growing fast. Consumer behavior and the industry itself change accordingly. Key trends and developments Jewelry manufacturers cannot act as normal, hope to thrive, they must be alert and responsive to key trends and developments or risk being left by more agile competitors.To determine the most likely direction for the jewelry industry, we analyzed the open data, reviewed the company's annual report and interviewed 20 senior executives from the world's finest jewelry and fashion jewelry companies and industry associations. Our research shows that the five major trends that have formed nearby industrial clothing over the past three decades have also become increasingly evident in the jewelry industry and are growing rapidly: internationalization and consolidation, brand growth, channel reconfiguration, "hybrid" Consumption, fast mode. In this article we discuss how these trends affect the future of jewelry and what jewelry companies need to do to prepare. Internationalization of brands and industry consolidation In the 1980s, national garments were separate leaders in their respective markets, such as C & A in Germany and Marks & Spencer in the UK. Today, many national brands have surpassed international brands such as Zara and H & M. Other countries have established or expanded their international presence. For example, Hugo Boss sales outside Germany increased from 50% of total sales in 1990 to over 80% today. Clothing has become a real global business. We expect jewelry to be the same. Today the jewelry industry is still largely local. Top 10 jewelry groups account for 12% of the global market share, while Cartier and Tiffany companies are among the 100 largest global brands in the world. The rest of the market includes strong domestic retail brands like Christchurch and Chow Tai Fook in Germany, as well as small and medium-sized businesses operating single-storey businesses. Our respondents predict that by 2020 a handful of flourishing jewelry brands from around the world will join the world of leading brands - Swarovski is a frequently quoted example. Due to industrial consolidation, some local brands will almost become world-famous brands: International Retail Group will acquire small local goldsmiths. Some industry observers expect the market share of the ten largest jewelry companies to double by 2020, primarily through the acquisition of local businesses. If the garment industry has some homework for the jewelry industry, the established jewelry companies will soon start a war against well-capitalized, well-capitalized investors. Growth of Branded Jewelry Brand products have accounted for 60% of the watch market. Although branded products account for only 20% of the current global jewelry market, its share has doubled since 2003. All managers interviewed believe that branded jewelry will occupy a higher market share by 2020, but their views are different. Most expect that the brand segment by 2020 will account for 30% to 40% market share. In our research, we identified three types of consumer-driven growth in branded goods: Earlier, much of the growth in branded goods from existing jewelry brands like Pandora and David Yurman like Cartier and Tiffany & Co., Andrew and others. In contrast, the future growth of branded jewelry can come from jewelry manufacturers of adjacent categories such as high-end clothing or leather goods such as Dior, Hermes and Louis Vuitton, launching jewelry collections or expanding their categories.   Each jewelry company should emphasize and highlight the brand through its unique and unique design. For the small craftsmen who do not have the marketing effect of large groups of jewelry, the development of branded goods will be particularly serious. An opportunity for small businesses is to search distribution through companies like Cadenza, Swarovski's multi-brand luxury multi-band jewelers and new designers. Reconfiguration of the channel landscape Reconstruction of Channel Designs Online sales of clothing have double digit growth rates in all major markets over the last decade. For example, in the UK, online sales now account for 14% of total clothing, 1% .1 Our analysis shows that online jewelry sales account for only 4-5% of the current market, with very different regions and brands and jewelery types. Our defendants believe this figure - at least fine jewelery - will rise to 10% by 2020 and will not exceed this figure. Their reason is that most consumers want to buy expensive products from stores that are considered more reliable and offer the opportunity to touch and feel the product - the key to a very fascinating class that is sensed by the author. For fashion jewelery, our respondents predict that by 2020, e-commerce will account for slightly more than 10% to 15%. Most of these sales come from reasonably priced brand jewelry, a standardized product segment that consumers know exactly what they are getting. Jewelry manufacturers can use digital media as a platform for communication, brand image and customer relationship creation. According to a recent study by McKinsey, two thirds of luxury consumers reported that they conducted online research before purchasing their purchase services. Third parties have often reported information and advice on social media. The offline landscape is also developing. In the garment industry, one-brand stores were successful at the expense of mail order dealers and some multi-brand boutiques, and department store sales remained stable. Even the gemstone is true. For example, Pandora has quadrupled the size of its store network in four years, 200 from 2009 to more than 800 years in 2012. In 1990 there were only 2 Swarovski stores in 2012 and 860 in 2012. Jewelry makers can focus on single-engine dealerships, which will allow them to better control brands, communicate more closely with consumers and gain higher profits. Another potential channel is a number of boutiques. Global Polished Diamond Demands Share by Geography: (USD at Polished Wholesale Prices) The analysis of the polished diamond content(the value of diamonds measured in polished wholesale prices in US dollars) in diamond jewelry consumed around the world shows that both the US and Japanese markets gained share in 2016.