Israel’s Find Your Diamond System is Live

Ramat Gan: Almost two weeks before the opening of the JCK Las Vegas show, the Israeli Diamond Industry is making diamond buying from Israel even more convenient, as the Israel Diamond Institute’s (IDI) Find Your Diamond system goes live today.

The system, accessed at enables buyers to search the full stocks of all of the close to 100 Israeli companies who will be exhibiting in the Israel Diamond Pavilion and elsewhere in the show. Buyers will be able to pre-request diamonds they are interested in, ensuring that exhibitors will bring them to JCK.

The big advantage here, in addition to allowing buyers to save time by planning in advance, is access to the exhibitors’ full stocks. At the JCK show, the Find Your Diamond system will enable searches of only the goods that Israeli exhibitors have brought with them.

Due to the great success of Find Your Diamond, this year at JCK IDI is providing more access to the system. There will be Find Your Diamond stations in three separate locations: one in the “First Look” area right at the entrance to the show, another in the heart of the Diamond Plaza in the Israel Diamond Pavilion at booth B5653 and a third in the IDI – sponsored Diamond Plaza Lounge.

The pioneering Find Your Diamond proprietary system, which enables buyers to search the inventory of all Israeli exhibitors at the show, was developed by IDI software engineers especially for use at trade shows. First launched at Hong Kong in 2013, software has revised and improved to meet the precise needs of both buyers and exhibitors.

In addition, IDI has launched a special JCK Las Vegas mini site with full details of all the Israeli companies participating in the show, with background and contact information; a map of the Israel Diamond Pavilion at JCK; interactive images of actual diamonds offered by these companies and in-depth interviews with a few of the exhibiting companies.

IDI Chairman Moti Ganz said that both the Find Your Diamond system and the informative JCK mini site are part of the institute’s user-friendly strategy. “We are doing all we can to maximize accessibility and to streamline the trade show experience for both buyers and sellers. The easier it is to do business, the more likely that sales will occur. IDI is committed first and foremost to selling Israeli diamonds and as many as possible,” he said.