CGA 65th Anniversary Mega-Conference!
TORONTO, ON (August 08, 2023)
The Canadian Gemmological Association (CGA) is celebrating their 65th anniversary this year, making them among one of the oldest gemmological institutions. The Mega-Conference will be held at the Fairmont Hotel, Vancouver, BC on the 20, 21 & 22 of October, 2023.
“In keeping with our reputation as an educational and professional association par excellence, we have this year for our 65th Anniversary Conference, our keynote speaker, Past – President of the World Diamond Council – Edward Asscher, who will share an insight into the future of the industry”, said Donna Hawrelko – President CGA.
“We also have renowned speakers such as Renée Newman (Author), Richard Drucker (GemGuide), Bruce Bridges (Discoverer of Tsavorite), Craig Lynch (Somewhere in the Rainbow Collection) and many more who will provide our attendees with valuable knowledge and expertise on topics in their respective fields of excellence and training.”
“As we approach this significant milestone, we are delighted to invite you to become a sponsor of our upcoming conference. By becoming a sponsor of our conference, you will have the opportunity to align your brand with our esteemed organization and reach a wide audience of professionals in the gemmological and jewellery sectors.”
Special Member Pricing
Special Member Pricing ends September 15, 2023! Reserve your spot early as this three-day event promises to be a unique experience, providing a platform for industry leaders and enthusiasts to engage in meaningful exchanges of knowledge, and foster valuable connections.
About the CGA
Founded in 1958, The Canadian Gemmological Association is a professional organization that has set the standard for excellence in the science and study of gemmology in Canada. CGA courses provide training for gem and jewellery industry professionals and enthusiasts alike. The professional diploma (FCGmA) program is recognized worldwide. The CGA represents its members in liaison with government in developing guidelines for the sale and marketing of diamonds, coloured gemstones and pearls, and in the establishment of guidelines for gem and jewellery appraising in Canada.