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Just two weeks remain to enter the UK Jewellery Awards 2020

There are just two weeks left for individuals and businesses to submit their entries for the industry’s longest-running and most-prestigious trade awards event, the UK Jewellery Awards (UKJA).

Applications for the 2020 awards, which this year will take place on July 2 at the Pavilion at the iconic Tower of London, are open now and will remain open until the end of the day on Friday January 24, which is just over two weeks away.

There are 18 categories available for entry spanning all aspects of the industry from design and supply through to retail and customer service.

Entries are free and can be submitted online by visiting

More than 650 guests attended the 2019 event and it is expected that even more will join in the celebrations next year in what will be the UKJA’s 28th year.

Retail Jeweller is delighted to announce that Welsh jewellery brand Clogau will be headline partner of the UKJA 2020, marking the brand’s seventh consecutive year of sponsorship of the event.

Other sponsors already confirmed include watch brand Citizen, trade event Jewellery & Watch, software provider Pursuit and industry insurance provider TH March.

Software provider Clarity & Success is a supporter of the event the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) is the UKJA’s official supporter.

The awards have also been given fresh branding for the 2020 edition and some new categories have been introduced for this year’s event.

If you need any assistance completing your entry please contact Charlotte McKenzie on 020 3953 2050 or .

For sponsorship enquiries relating to the event contact Deborah Sowman on 020 3953 2049 or .


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