Mumbai: All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation (GJF) has gone live with its Mobile App on Android and IOS Platforms for benefits of its members and trade at large. With its Members Directory integrated in the app, wherein members can access the entire database of GJF members that would enable them to connect, network and grow their business. The app also features information about the organization, various activities undertaken by the federation such as PMI, NJA, Labham, Abhushanam and GJF Fashion Nite. The future updates of the app will contain more benefits such as Industry news & updates, GJF’s Jeweller Identification Card (JID), videos of various seminars, which will help the industry stay connected and conversant.
Mr. G V Sreedhar, GJF Chairman said, “It is a proud moment for GJF to launch its first ever Mobile App for the Gems & Jewellery industry, which is a step to align ourselves with PM Shri Narendra Modi’s dream of digitalization. The App would be very useful to our members to connect to various activities undertaken by GJF over these years and also hook up to large data base of GJF member database. The app will basically synergize with our philosophy to protect, promote and progress the trade.”
Mr. Mukul Kulkarni, GJF CEO said, “The principle of the app is to keep it simple and user friendly. We are confident that the industry will benefit a lot from this app. GJF is already working on the second phase of the app, which will have more enhanced user experience that will help the industry get organized and compliant”.
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