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EMD Diamonds Launches Live Diamond Feed Tool for Jewelry Retailers

Tthe platform integrates with jewelers’ websites to offer diamond inventory for sale.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Supporting jewelers’ high demand for online presence and jewelry-related content for their websites, especially during COVID-19, EMD Diamonds IT dep. created a Live-Diamond-Feed tool for all jewelers to benefit from. Entering the online realm has become imperative for small businesses – including jewelry stores – especially when foot traffic is down.

The free tool tackles issues most jewelers are facing, keeping their websites updated and dynamic.

The ability to show EMD’s diamonds with their markups as if they were their own is a huge plus. It’s 100% Live with 3D videos, certificates, and guaranteed availability. If customers see it, it’s available.

Active in the diamond business from 1979, EMD has become one of the leading diamond wholesalers, focusing mainly on the North American market.

Seeing the change in direction that the industry has taken since COVID-19, EMD understood that helping local jewelers succeed in the online world was extremely important and started working on relevant tools.

If you are a jeweler interested in taking advantage of this free tool, please register here.

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Jewelers that already implemented the LDF on their website:

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