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JEWELLERY INDUSTRY
Presenting by
JEEVAN
KAHAJA
MARUTHI
BHARGAV
INTRODUCTION
Jewellery consists of small decorative items worn
for personal adornment, such as brooches, rings ,
necklaces...
If you think gold or silver are most expensive metals in the world
because we call them ‘precious’ if you think you’re wro...
Rhodium
Rhodium is a chemical element. Rhodium discovered in
England by William Hyde in 1804. it is one of rarest and most...
HISTORY
The first signs of jewellery came from the people in Africa 75,000
years ago at Blombos Cave In Kenya. They use to...
HISTORY OF KOHINOOR DIAMOND
The history of the Kohinoor goes back in history to more than 5000 years
ago. The current name...
MARKET CAPITALIZATION
India is one of the world's largest diamonds and gem
polishing and jewellery manufacturing center, i...
MARKET SIZE
According to a report by Research and Markets,
the Jewellery Market in India is expected to grow
at a CAGR of...
Cntd..
The industry also witnessed a rise of 11.98 per
cent in imports of rough diamonds with figures
of US$ 16,716 milli...
GROWTH RATE
India’s domestic Gems and Jewellery market is
equally strong.
The Gems and Jewellery sector plays a
signific...
Cntd...
The Government of India has viewed the
sector as a thrust area for export promotion.
In FY14, India's gems and je...
SWOT ANALYSIS
STRENGTHS
Highly skilled, qualified and motivated
employees.
Strong marketing & distribution network.
Strong retail pres...
WEAKNESSES
• There may be conflicts of interest between
organized & unorganized players.
• As the major raw material requi...
OPPORTUNITIES
• New markets in Europe & Latin America.
• Growing demand in South Asian & Far East
countries.
• Industry mo...
THREATS
• International Competition
• China, Sri Lanka and Thailand's entry in small
diamond jewellery.
• Increase in the ...
TOTAL CONTRIBUTION OF THE
ECONOMY
• GEM&JEWELLERY INDUSTRY SET TO DOUBLE IN 5 YEARS.
• With the Rs 2.5 lakh crore domestic...
TOP LEADING COMPANIES
• Cartier
• Buccellati
• Tiffany’s&co
• Harry winston
• Piaget
• Chopard
• Graff
• Mikimoto
• Van cl...
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN JEWELLERY
INDUSTRY
• This industry provides direct employment to roughly 2.5 million people with
the ...
Latest Developments
India Overtakes China in Gold Demand
Indian appetite for gold jumped by more than a third in
the last ...
LATEST NEWS
•128-carat yellow diamond going to tender
•For the holidays, Tiffany keeps it real
•Bonham's to auction world’...
RECENT PRESS RELEASE
• On13.08.2015 New ISO Standard for Creating Clarity
Over Natural and Synthetic Diamonds
• On 4.8.201...
On 23.10.2015 I HAVE known Bashar al-Assad, the
president of Syria, since he was a college student in London,
and have spe...
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  1. 1. JEWELLERY INDUSTRY Presenting by JEEVAN KAHAJA MARUTHI BHARGAV
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Jewellery consists of small decorative items worn for personal adornment, such as brooches, rings , necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Jewellery may be attached to the body or clothes. Jewellery is an important emerging sector in the Economy. Ranked among the fastest growing sectors, it is also a leading sector for foreign exchange generation. Jewellery is made of an alloy of gold, white gold, platinum, palladium, titanium, silver etc.
  3. 3. If you think gold or silver are most expensive metals in the world because we call them ‘precious’ if you think you’re wrong. For starters other precious metals like platinum and rhodium cost more despite the fact that their price come down considerably in recent week. Platinum platinum is a chemical element. It is a precious, gray white transition metal. Its name derived from Spanish term palatine, which mean little silver. It is first time used by per-Columbian Latin American natives to produce artifacts.
  4. 4. Rhodium Rhodium is a chemical element. Rhodium discovered in England by William Hyde in 1804. it is one of rarest and most valuable precious metals. It is a noble metal, resistant to corrosion, found in platinum. It is used as an alloying agent for hardening and resistance of platinum..
  5. 5. HISTORY The first signs of jewellery came from the people in Africa 75,000 years ago at Blombos Cave In Kenya. They use to ware sea snail shells and ostrich egg shells. more than 40,000 years ago. In Russia, a stone bracelet and marble ring are attributed. The first signs of established jewellery making in Ancient Egypt was around 3,000–5,000 years ago. Amulet pendant (1254 BC) made from Gold, Lapis lazuli, Turquoise and carnelian 14 cm wide
  6. 6. HISTORY OF KOHINOOR DIAMOND The history of the Kohinoor goes back in history to more than 5000 years ago. The current name of the diamond, Koh-I-Noor is in Persian and means “Mountain of Light”. The Koh-I-Noor was transferred to the treasury of the British East India Company in Lahore. Queen Victoria wore the diamond occasionally After Queen Victoria’s death, the Kohinoor became part of the Crown. .
  7. 7. MARKET CAPITALIZATION India is one of the world's largest diamonds and gem polishing and jewellery manufacturing center, it is also first largest consumers of gold. After crude oil and petroleum products, the export and import of gold, precious metals, precious stones, gems and jewellery accounts for the largest portion of India's global trade. The industry contributes about 7% of India's GDP and is a major source of its foreign exchange earnings. Jewellery industry, in 2014, created ₹251000 crore (US$38 billion) in economic output on value added basis. It is a fastest growing sector of Indian economy, and A.T. Kearney project says its grow to ₹500000 crore (US$75 billion) by 2018
  8. 8. MARKET SIZE According to a report by Research and Markets, the Jewellery Market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15.95 per cent over the period 2014-2019. The Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows in diamond and gold ornaments in the period April 2000 - June 2015 were US$ 716.95 millions. The FY 14 saw an increase of 12.65 per cent in export of cut and polished diamonds with the segment reaching US$ 19,635 million.
  9. 9. Cntd.. The industry also witnessed a rise of 11.98 per cent in imports of rough diamonds with figures of US$ 16,716 million. India imported 163.11 million carats of rough diamonds worth US$ 16.34 billion and exported 36.46 million carats of polished diamonds valued at US$ 20.23 billion in 2013. The country exported gems and jewellery worth US$ 36.04 billion in 2013
  10. 10. GROWTH RATE India’s domestic Gems and Jewellery market is equally strong. The Gems and Jewellery sector plays a significant role in the Indian economy, contributing around 6-7 per cent of the country’s GDP
  11. 11. Cntd... The Government of India has viewed the sector as a thrust area for export promotion. In FY14, India's gems and jewellery sector contributed US$ 34.75 billions. The domestic gems and jewellery industry had a market size of Rs 251,000 crore (US$ 40.45 billion) in 2013, with the potential to grow to Rs 500,000–530,000 crore (US$ 80.59-85.43 billion) by 2018.
  12. 12. SWOT ANALYSIS
  13. 13. STRENGTHS Highly skilled, qualified and motivated employees. Strong marketing & distribution network. Strong retail presence in India and in U.S. Net Worth of the total size of the gems and jewellery sector (both domestic and exports) is about Rs 4,15,000 crore . So we can say that it is financially very strong sector. Strong brand equity and broad product range like Gitanjali, Tanishq.
  14. 14. WEAKNESSES • There may be conflicts of interest between organized & unorganized players. • As the major raw material requirements need to be imported, companies normally stock huge quantities of inventory resulting high inventory carrying costs. • Technology is less improved compared to China and Thailand’s company.
  15. 15. OPPORTUNITIES • New markets in Europe & Latin America. • Growing demand in South Asian & Far East countries. • Industry moving from a phase of consolidation. • Expansion possibilities in lifestyle and luxury products in India like watches, leather goods, Platinum jewellery because increasing disposable income of people.
  16. 16. THREATS • International Competition • China, Sri Lanka and Thailand's entry in small diamond jewellery. • Increase in the price of Gold & Diamonds. • Other local competitors. According to the data 97% jewellery sales are by family jewelers. • Threat from producing nation like S.A. & Russia.
  17. 17. TOTAL CONTRIBUTION OF THE ECONOMY • GEM&JEWELLERY INDUSTRY SET TO DOUBLE IN 5 YEARS. • With the Rs 2.5 lakh crore domestic gems&jewellery industry expected to double in size in the next five years to between Rs 5,00,000 crore and Rs 5,30,000 crore by 2018,this sector is considered one of the most important sectors of the indian economy and also one of the fastest growing sectors in the past few years.  jewellery has a special significance in indian culture and has been an integral part of our lifestyle for centuries.today,our country has a large domestic jewellery market and is the largest consumer of gold jewellary in the world with 29 per cent share of total global demand for gold as jewellery.  The Gems&Jewellery sector has been playing a very important role in the indian economy and it contributing 6 to 7 per cent of the country’s GDP.
  18. 18. TOP LEADING COMPANIES • Cartier • Buccellati • Tiffany’s&co • Harry winston • Piaget • Chopard • Graff • Mikimoto • Van cleef &Arpels • Bulgari
  19. 19. JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN JEWELLERY INDUSTRY • This industry provides direct employment to roughly 2.5 million people with the potential to generate employment of 0.7 to 1.5 million over the next five years. • Every where on earth,people honor and appreciate the beauty and mystery of gems. And so it follows that every where . also find the gem and jewellery industry. just like the gems that are at the heart of this work, the opportunities are infinite but limited only by our imagination,passion,and the professional skills. • Sales professionals • Management professionals • apraiser • designer • Whole sale Jewellery manufacturing jobs • Lab grader/quality assurance technician • watch maker /importer • Estate jewellery maker
  20. 20. Latest Developments India Overtakes China in Gold Demand Indian appetite for gold jumped by more than a third in the last quarter, in sharp contrast to the rest of the world, boosted by jewellery demand for the wedding season, an industry body said on Thursday. Titan to Offer International Shipping of Jewellery Products This new feature has been launched for a selected range of jewellery products, keeping in mind the interest of non- resident Indians (NRIs), People of Indian Origin (PIOs) in purchasing ethnic products and jewellery from India, especially during in the upcoming festive season, the company said in a statement.
  21. 21. LATEST NEWS •128-carat yellow diamond going to tender •For the holidays, Tiffany keeps it real •Bonham's to auction world’s largest meteorite carving •RapNet: 1-ct. diamond prices down 1 percent •John Hardy celebrates 40 with exclusive collection Longtime watch executive Mort Gershman dies Botswana Q3 Rough Exports -41% Exports of rough diamonds from mines in Botswana fell 41 percent to $531.9 million in the third quarter to September, mirroring
  22. 22. RECENT PRESS RELEASE • On13.08.2015 New ISO Standard for Creating Clarity Over Natural and Synthetic Diamonds • On 4.8.2015 GJEPC opens its 32nd EDITION OF INDIA INTERNATIONAL JEWELRY SHOW (IIJS) 2015 • On 26.7.2015 GJEPC’s India International Jewelry Week 2015 powered by GIA • On 7.7.2015 Indian Diamond Traders Meet to deliberate on the strategy and Way Forward for the trade
  23. 23. On 23.10.2015 I HAVE known Bashar al-Assad, the president of Syria, since he was a college student in London, and have spent many hours negotiating with him since he has been in office. This has often been at the request of the United States government during those many times when our ambassadors have been withdrawn from Damascus because of diplomatic disputes. April 26-May 3, 2015 Elders Kofi Annan, Martti Ahtisaari, Ernesto Zedillo, Gro Brundtland, Lakhdar Brahimi, and I joined Elders CEO Lesley-Anne Knight and the staff for a visit to Russia, and then Gro Brundtland and I went on to East Jerusalem and the West Bank. Our goals were to learn about Russians and the issues in which they are involved, and to explore latest developments among the Israelis and Palestinians.

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