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David Gross Group Joins GemFind’s Social Product Network JewelCloud

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NEWPORT BEACH, CA – GemFind, a technology provider to the jewelry industry, has announced that David Gross Group has joined social product network JewelCloud. Joining JewelCloud enables DGG to better reach retailers and feed products straight to retail websites, as well as connect with new retail leads.

"After many years of working with GemFind, we are excited to have joined their JewelCloud app,” says David Gross. “Our clients appreciate the long hours we put into each product to ensure that even their most meticulous customers will be satisfied with the quality and craftsmanship and keep them coming back for more. JewelCloud really understands the direction of the jewelry industry, and we are proud to be a valuable asset to their new platform. We are confident that this will help us build our brand by showcasing and selling our jewelry to a much broader audience.”

JewelCloud is part of a lineup of tools including Diamond Link, Ring Builder, Stud Builder, Pendant Builder and Retail Locator.

Visit gemfind.com for more information on JewelCloud and davidgrossgroup.com for more information about David Gross Group.

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