Markets: Selling Stone

Silestone Institute by Cosentino: study sees the kitchen as „the heart of the home”

An international online consumer survey confirms that lifestyle trends in Western consuming countries are valid globally

Nearly one in a thousand Swiss citizens visited quarries and workshops at this year’s Quarry Day in September 2019

PR was a mix of events and activities / more target groups envisaged for the future

Peter’s Corner: why, as far as marketing is concerned, nearly the entire marble and granite branch is barking up the wrong tree?

Instead of addressing the middle class many natural stone Organizations are propagating opulent art

For the first time in six years Brazil experienced from January until March 2019 a growth in natural stone exports

Donald Trump’s anti-dumping measures directed against China may have had a reflected indirectly here

Africa: Mauritius, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Ghana, Botswana, and Kenia have experienced very positive development

The economic analysts at New World Wealth determine and analyze world wealth and a ranking of major cities

Belgium boasts a quality charter for tombstones since March 2019

Members of the Natural Stone Group within the Trade Organization of Builders has pledged to take quick action in case of damage

The natural stone branch has undergone groundbreaking modernizations between 2009 and 2019

In view of the predicted cooling down of the global economy, Stone-Ideas.com took a look back to the development over the last decade

Blockchain ante portas: new transparency for the natural stone market

A digital system can reveal complete traceability of the origin and production-site of every stone product

Global Countertop Market: „Engineered quartz is forecasted to increase its share, partly at the expense of granite“

Freedonia Research Group has published a new study which sees the demand to reach 540 million m² in 2023

Nature in the quarry: the Eurasian Eagle-Owl (Budo budo) feel undisturbed by all the noise of heavy machinery in the quarry

Oetelshofen Limestone Quarry, Germany, regards the endangered giant owl, which chose the quarry as its home, as „a popular figure“

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