Industry Gurus Return as JNA Awards Judges

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Organizer of the prestigious JNA Awards announced that some of the most renowned experts and respected names in the jewellery industry would return as members of the independent judging panel for the third straight year. They are James Courage, CEO of Platinum Guild International (PGI); Albert Cheng, Managing Director of the World Gold Council, Far East (WGC); and Lin Qiang, President and Managing Director of the Shanghai Diamond Exchange (SDE).

The JNA Awards seeks to honour companies and individuals that have demonstrated excellence and made positive contributions to their businesses and communities. Judging of the Awards is an independent, transparent, and rigorous process. More prominent industry experts will be announced soon to complete the judging panel, which will represent the sectors and regions key to the jewellery trade.

“We are very pleased to once again welcome these three outstanding industry leaders as principal members of the JNA Awards’ highly-esteemed panel of judges. They have been with us since the start of the Awards and will continue to lend their voice of authority, valuable insight and unparalleled expertise in the judging process,” said Letitia Chow, Founder of JNA and Director of Business Development – Jewellery Group at UBM Asia.

Now on its third year, JNA Awards 2014 is accepting entries for 16 categories. Deadline for entries is April 17, 2014, midnight Hong Kong time. For enquiries and online application form, please visit the Awards’ website at www.jnaawards.com.

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