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London Jewellery Meet-Up: Next event confirmed

The next edition of the London Jewellery Meet-Up organised by Retail Jeweller and Holts Academy is set to take place on Thursday August 13 and will feature established designer-maker William Cheshire as the guest speaker.

Set to take place in the Cellar Bar at the Argyle Bar on Greville Street, the title of the next event is the Three Steps to Starting Your Own Jewellery Store in which William Cheshire will discuss a three part process which saw him eventually able to open his own eponymous jewellery shop.

He will chart his journey from setting up his first workshop in the early days of his career through to getting stocked by other people before going on to open a shop of his own.

This Meet-Up will be a valuable session for anyone interested in hearing from an established jewellery designer about their experience of getting started in the business.

The event also provides the opportunity to network with others in the trade in an informal setting.

There is a maximum capacity at the venue of 70, so those wishing to attend the event are encouraged to join the Meet-Up group and RSVP on the dedicated event page.

This is the second Meet-Up to be organised by Retail Jeweller together with Holts Academy. The first took place on July 1 and featured jewellery designer Ivonna Poplanska.

The evening will start at 6.30pm at The Argyle, 1 Greville Street, London EC1N 8PQ

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