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  • Lark and Berry introduces carbon neutral shipping
    Lark and Berry has introduced carbon neutral shipping across its brand, in a move to further offset its carbon emissions. The group currently plants trees for every purchase made, but now aims to become “one of the few” e-commerce brands to offset 100% of carbon emissions from shipping.  For every one of its items that […]
    Heather Sandlin
  • Diamond sales plummet at De Beers 
    Rough diamond sales at De Beers slumped by 96% to $56m (£44.6m) in the second quarter of the year, down from $1.3bn recorded the year prior.  This was largely driven by lower volumes, which plunged by 97% to 300,000 carats in the prios, while prices also fell.  It comes after the company cancelled its third […]
    Heather Sandlin
  • NAJ set to cut jobs
    The NAJ has confirmed it is facing a “number” of redundancies following a widespread restructuring programme across several trade associations. The proposed plan was confirmed by the NAJ following the publication of a statement from the British Allied Trades Federation (BATF) interim CEO, which was sent to all federation and trade association staff. According to […]
    Heather Sandlin
  • Usdaw welcomes compulsory wearing of face coverings in shops
    Retail trade union Usdaw has welcomed the mandatory wearing of face coverings in shops, but warns that it can only be effective alongside existing social distancing and hygiene procedures.  Earlier this week wearing a face covering in retail shops and supermarkets will be made compulsory from the 24 July. It is thought that those who […]
    Jasdip Sensi
  • Inhorgenta cements plans to go ahead in open letter
    Inhorgenta Munich, a jewellery and watch trade show that attracts international visitors, has published an open letter in support of its event that is set to take place in February 2021. The letter was signed by 35 members from the watch, jewellery and gemstone communities across the world. The annual trade show presents an “extensive” […]
    Heather Sandlin