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Designer Scott Kay Joins GemFind’s Social Product Network JewelCloud

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NEWPORT BEACH, CA – GemFind has announced that Scott Kay is the newest designer to add products to social product network JewelCloud.

Joining JewelCloud enables Scott Kay to better reach retailers and feed products straight to retail websites. In the JewelCloud, Scott Kay can also connect with new retail leads.

Founded in 1984, Scott Kay has become a leading authority in bridal and fashion jewelry. For more than three decades, Scott Kay has influenced fine jewelry designs for men and women.

“We are fully committed to supporting our retailers with the most streamlined access by working with JewelCloud to make our brand assets easily available. JewelCloud is a premium technology platform that will allow us to help connect with our retailers as well as showcasing Scott Kay to new potential clients in a more sophisticated state of the art way,” says Brand Director Kelly Kahn.

Scott Kay’s products join more than 100,000 products from hundreds of jewelers in the industry. JewelCloud is part of a lineup of tools from GemFind including Diamond Link, Ring Builder, Stud Builder, Pendant Builder and Retail Locator.

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Visit gemfind.com for more information on JewelCloud and ScottKay.com for more information about Scott Kay.

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