Tag: Sarine Profile

January 2018

Digital, Accurate, Engaging: A New Era in Diamond Reports

Last week, Sarine Technologies announced the opening of the world’s first automated diamond grading lab, the Sarine Technology Lab. In recent years, retail technologies and diamond technologies have begun to merge, and to create a new kind of diamond purchase experience. In honor of the upcoming opening of the Sarine Lab, which is a truly […]

December 2017

Four Ways to Tell the Diamond Story

The way to a consumer’s heart is by telling a diamond story that moves and excites them. Every brand, and every product, needs a story that potential buyers can connect with and relate to.

October 2017
Sarine profile for consumers – explore your diamond story

How To Read Your Sarine Profile™ Report

Recently, it was reported that the Sarine Profile™ digital diamond story would soon also offer automated clarity and color information, as well as diamond authentication of natural vs. synthetic diamonds.

October 2017

Will Technology Ever Replace Gemologists?

Since the Industrial Revolution era, there’s been a symbiosis, but also a conflict, between man and machine in the workplace. There are so many hotly debated questions. Do machines really improve working conditions? Or do they make people second fiddle? Will technology force people out of the workplace? For the diamond industry, can technology ever […]

September 2017

SPECTRUM – Voices from the Diamond Industry #18

Blockchain, digital diamonds, Alzheimer diagnoses, there is no end to what diamonds can do these days and it can only get better. These topics are all highlighted in this issue of SPECTRUM blog – Voices from the Diamond Industry – enjoy and be sure to subscribe to find out all the latest news and technology […]

June 2017

Retail Technologies: How They Help to Boost Sales

It’s no secret that the retail diamond industry is facing some tough challenges. From lab grown diamonds, to a booming second hand market, to online trends and large retail chains, it’s often the “mom and pop” brick & mortar stores that feel the full heat of the pressure.