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Agile Leadership: What Kept the Boat Floating



Strategic shift in business for managing risks, survival and success and future of Jewellery Business in UAE and Middle East post the pandemic Industry stalwarts discuss the future of the gem and jewellery industry in the Middle East after the pandemic’s wrath.

The headline panel of the Retail Jeweller World Dubai Forum concentrated on the way ahead for the jewellery industry in the region after the shock of the pandemic starts to finally wear off

A final session. A final word. But the best of them all.

The Retail Jeweller World Dubai Forum, which saw 149 delegates from UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Jordan, had a flurry of networking, constructive barter of ideas and bright faces of jewellers and industry leader meeting each other physically after a year of staying behind the trope of computer screens and telephonic conversations.

Amid all the informative discussions that happened throughout the day, the last one, the headline panel, was what everyone was waiting for. It had the biggest names, the most influential and successful leaders who have been showing the jewellery industry in the Middle East its way for a long time now. Moderated by Amit Dhamani, group CEO of Dhamani 1969, the panel was called “Agile Leadership: Strategic Shift in Business for Managing Risks, Survival and Success and Future of Jewellery Business in UAE and Middle East Post the Pandemic”. The panellists were twinkling stars of the industry — Dev Shetty, president and CEO of Fura Gems, Tawhid Abdulla, CEO of Jawhara Jewellery, Chandraprakash Siroya, director of Siroya Jewellers, K P Abdul Salam, the group executive director of Malabar Gold & Diamonds, Anuraag  Sinha, the managing director of Liali Jewellery, and Antoine Masse, group general manager of Mouawad.

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