DE BEERS LAUNCHES SHINING LIGHT AWARDS 2016-2017

    The De Beers Group of Companies today launched the 2016-17 Shining Light Awards: A De Beers Young Diamond Jewellery Design Awards in Windhoek, Namibia.


    This year’s theme, ‘Protecting Nature’s Beauty’, is a poignant reminder of the need to take care of the world’s finite natural resources, including diamonds. Open to all aspiring Jewellery design students across Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, finalists receive valuable business development skills in the areas of Jewellery design, manufacturing, sales and marketing.

    Paul Rowley, Executive Vice President, and De Beers Global Sightholder Sales, said: “We are privileged to play an important part in turning the dreams of students from our producer countries into a lasting reality, especially in this instance where we are empowering them to add value to a natural resource.”

    Brent Eiseb, Senior Manager, Sales and Marketing, Namibia Diamond Trading Company, said: “As host country, Namibia has been involved in the Shining Light Awards since 2008 and is looking forward to hosting the awards this year and into 2017.

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    DE BEERS LAUNCHES SHINING LIGHT AWARDS 2016-2017
    ‘Protecting Nature’s Beauty’ theme for this year’s awards
    1 AUGUST 2016. WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA.

    The De Beers Group of Companies today launched the 2016-17 Shining Light Awards: A De Beers Young Diamond Jewellery Design Awards in Windhoek, Namibia.
    This year’s theme, ‘Protecting Nature’s Beauty’, is a poignant reminder of the need to take care of the world’s finite natural resources, including diamonds. Open to all aspiring Jewellery design students across Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, finalists receive valuable business development skills in the areas of Jewellery design, manufacturing, sales and marketing.
    Brent Eiseb, Senior Manager, Sales and Marketing, Namibia Diamond Trading Company

    Paul Rowley, Executive Vice President, and De Beers Global Sightholder Sales, said: “We are privileged to play an important part in turning the dreams of students from our producer countries into a lasting reality, especially in this instance where we are empowering them to add value to a natural resource.”
    Brent Eiseb, Senior Manager, Sales and Marketing, Namibia Diamond Trading Company, said: “As host country, Namibia has been involved in the Shining Light Awards since 2008 and is looking forward to hosting the awards this year and into 2017.

    “The awards are also perfectly positioned to support the Prosperity Plan’s pillars on improving vocational training, as well as youth development and skills development, recently announced by the Namibian Government.”

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    2016 Lilja Hastie’s – interview

    2016 Louise Kriek – interview

    DE BEERS LAUNCHES SHINING LIGHT AWARDS 2016-2017
    ‘Protecting Nature’s Beauty’ theme for this year’s awards
    1 AUGUST 2016. WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA.

    The De Beers Group of Companies today launched the 2016-17 Shining Light Awards: A De Beers Young Diamond Jewellery Design Awards in Windhoek, Namibia.
    This year’s theme, ‘Protecting Nature’s Beauty’, is a poignant reminder of the need to take care of the world’s finite natural resources, including diamonds. Open to all aspiring Jewellery design students across Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, finalists receive valuable business development skills in the areas of Jewellery design, manufacturing, sales and marketing.
    Brent Eiseb, Senior Manager, Sales and Marketing, Namibia Diamond Trading Company

    Paul Rowley, Executive Vice President, and De Beers Global Sightholder Sales, said: “We are privileged to play an important part in turning the dreams of students from our producer countries into a lasting reality, especially in this instance where we are empowering them to add value to a natural resource.”
    Brent Eiseb, Senior Manager, Sales and Marketing, Namibia Diamond Trading Company, said: “As host country, Namibia has been involved in the Shining Light Awards since 2008 and is looking forward to hosting the awards this year and into 2017.

    “The awards are also perfectly positioned to support the Prosperity Plan’s pillars on improving vocational training, as well as youth development and skills development, recently announced by the Namibian Government.”
    Pat Dambe, Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Government Relations, De Beers Global Sightholder Sales

    Pat Dambe, Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Government Relations, De Beers Global Sightholder Sales, said: “The awards have grown and developed significantly over the past 20 years, with previous winners having had the opportunity to spend time in Milan at one of De Beers’ design centres and work with the finest trade artisans in the world.”

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