Diamonds International (Diamonds) has just announced its new global business model

Diamonds Global will become the first company in the industry to open up its core business to external investors and start investing in its own businesses.

The company is aiming to achieve a turnover of $500m in 2017.

The move will help to attract new clients, and will provide new avenues to expand its global footprint.

The new model will also allow Diamonds to offer more value-add services to clients.

The diamond industry is a complex one and the new model can help the company achieve its goals.

Diamonds CEO James Cogan said: “We are very excited about the prospect of investing in our own businesses to provide the most value to clients.”

It is understood that the Diamonds’ core business will include diamond jewellery, diamonds, gemstones and gemstones-related services.

“We’re confident that the new Diamonds model will be an attractive and effective way to attract the new clients Diamonds needs,” said Mr Cogan.

The business model is set to be unveiled next week.

The Diamonds brand has been around for over 60 years.

Its origins were with the British diamond-making company Sir Edward’s Diamonds, which produced jewellery in the 1920s and 1930s.

The name Diamonds was added in 1931 to the UK’s register of goods and services.

The firm was acquired by Diamonds in 1996, and today is the largest diamond company in Britain.

It has a turnover around £2.4bn ($2.9bn) in revenue, and is the world’s biggest diamond producer.