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NAJ revealed as Official Supporter of UK Jewellery Awards 2019

Industry association, the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ), will once again get behind the UK Jewellery Awards (UKJA), having confirmed its position as Official Supporter for the 2019 event.

This marks the fifth consecutive year of the NAJ’s official involvement in the industry’s longest-running and most prestigious awards event, which next year will take place on July 3 at the Artillery Garden in London.

As part of the NAJ’s involvement in the event, the UKJA is delighted to offer discounted tickets to NAJ members as well as supporting the NAJ’s chosen charity, the British Jewellery and Giftware Federation Benevolent Society, via a charity casino on the night.

UKJA organiser Retail Jeweller will also offer its support to the NAJ’s forthcoming awards which take place on December 13 as part of the British Jewellery and Giftware Federation Benevolent Society Ball.

The UKJA 2019 is now open for entries in 17 out of 20 enterable categories and entries can be submitted via www.awards.retail-jeweller.com .

The event’s headline partner is Welsh jewellery brand Clogau and other sponsors, already committed to support the event include, Citizen, Hockley Mint and TH March.

For sponsorship opportunities relating to the event please contact Emily.Mills@emap.com

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