This is the goal we are talking about today, in the inaugural talk "The State of the Art" in collaboration with the Goldsmiths Club
Friday, 10 September 2021,
by Maristella Campi
Alexandra Trosin, General Director of Club degli Orafi Italia
The objective of the inauguration talk "The State of the Art" in collaboration with Club degli Orafi Vicenzaoro starts again, with the first international appointment live in Europe. And since this is an important and particularly significant reopening, the need was immediately felt to highlight "the actual state of things". Precisely for this reason, today's inaugural talk – which is being held from 3.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. At the Main Stage of Hall 7 - has a truly emblematic title: "The State of the Art". Conceived by IEG and Club degli Orafi Italia, with the collaboration and coordination by Alexandra Trosin, General Director of the Club, as regards the concept and contents, the talk is a meeting point to compare the different players of the supply chain, from extraction to production, from brand to retail. The meeting will be opened by Stefania Trenti, Head of the Intesa Sanpaolo Research and Studies Department Industry Office, who is going to illustrate the unpublished results of an update of the macroeconomic data relating to the sector. A round table will follow, moderated by Andrea Cabrini, Director of Class CNBC, and including speeches by excellent guests: Stephen Lussier, Executive Vice-President Consumer and Brands of De Beers Group; Nicolò Rapone, Operations Senior Director of Bulgari's Jewelry Business Unit; Massimo Fasoli, CEO and Jewellery Designer of Fasoli S.p.A.; Jérôme Favier, Vice-President & CEO of Damiani International. The focus of the debate is centered on some essential macro-themes to understand the state of the sector and look to the future with optimism: the supply chain; training; branded jewellery, which is increasingly growing on international markets; sustainability and the impact released by a company on the territory through its activity; innovation, not only of products, but also of business models, with special attention dedicated to the strategies implemented to face the crisis; the change in consumption on international markets and the analysis of the growth rate in China, the USA and Europe.