Tiffany & Co. . Michael Floskis Silver Users Association Fall Conference November 6-7, 2007 Washington, DC. Tiffany & Co. Who We Are. Designer, manufacturer and retailer of fine jewelry Over 167 jewelry retail stores worldwide 2006 Revenue $2.65 Billion 8,900 full time employees.
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Silver Users Association
November 6-7, 2007
“Tiffany & Co. is committed to obtaining precious metals and gemstones in ways that are socially and environmentally responsible-it is simply the right thing to do, and our customers expect no less”
-Michael J. Kowalski, Chairman & CEO, Tiffany & Co.
Phase I: Ensured use of only non-conflict diamonds
Tiffany & Co. diamonds primarily come from three geographic regions
Phase II: Ensure use of responsibly mined metals
Ensure the use of precious metal from responsible sources:
Copper Liberators and non-governmental organizations
Copper CathodeTiffany & Co.: Responsible Metal Source Mine Process
Responsibly Mined and non-governmental organizations
Silver & Gold
ComponentsResponsible Metals: Supply Chain Flow
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In addition to supporting education and advancement of the arts, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation focuses on several areas of environmental interest