Mumbai: GJEPC unveiled a special Roman Regal 50th anniversary logo at the Jewellers for Hope Charity Dinner event coinciding with the 33rd edition of the IIJS. The logo was unveiled by GJEPC Chairman Praveenshankar Pandya.
During the year, the Council will hold a series of initiatives to commemorate this significant milestone in its illustrious history. “We, at GJEPC, have unveiled a special commemorative logo design showcasing the number 5 in a unique way inspired by the Roman digit (V) and with an uncanny resemblance to the popular Brilliant cut.
Roman numerals exude an imperial, royal flair which aptly suits the grandeur of the occasion of the anniversary of the founding of GJEPC India,” said Pandya. The form symbolizes the reference to the function of the organization and the nature in which it has been nurtured over the past five decades. The composition of a Roman Five with an Indian zero is embellished with a rich golden colour to highlight the golden jubilee celebrations.
GJEPC Vice Chairman Russell Mehta said, “To commemorate our 50th anniversary, we hope to donate towards worthwhile causes such as rural empowerment and tribal welfare. We are hopeful that the GJEPC’s philanthropic initiatives will inspire many more members to come forward and support this noble cause.”