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LAS VEGAS – The American Gem Society (AGS) has announced a new partnership with GemFind in which AGS members now receive special pricing on GemFind’s web technology services, such as websites, social media marketing, web apps and more.

"The American Gem Society is always seeking ways we can help our members enhance their businesses. A functional, well-laid out website is crucial to the health of jewelry retailers and suppliers, and we wanted to provide a solution for those members wishing to enhance their online presence,” says Ruth Batson, CEO of the American Gem Society and AGS Laboratories. “The internet and online marketing are rapidly evolving, so it’s important to partner with a company that understands technology, as well as the jewelry industry. We felt GemFind was a great strategic partner.”

“Our mission has always been to advance the jewelry industry to the next level with the latest technology and marketing solutions,” says Alex Fetanat, CEO of GemFind. “We are thrilled to be partnering with AGS to achieve this goal.”

GemFind is currently managing hundreds of websites that use their state-of-the-art web apps like the DiamondLink, RingBuilder, StudBuilder and PendantBuilder.

GemFind also connects retailers to their vendors through their proprietary technology JewelCloud, allowing retailers to showcase their vendors’ product data, reducing time to manage the contents on their websites in real-time.

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AGS members can contact GemFind directly at 800.373.4373 to learn more about the special pricing for AGS members, and to learn ways they can enhance their business offline and online through this new program. To learn more about membership in the American Gem Society, please call 866.805.6500.

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