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Retail Jeweller joins IJL to support NAJ Live event on September 2

Retail Jeweller and International Jewellery London (IJL) have joined forces with the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) to support the organisation’s Live networking drinks event, taking place on the second night of the forthcoming iJL show in September.

This free-to-attend networking drinks event is open to both members and non-members of the NAJ and will give those visiting this year’s IJL a chance to unwind and network over a drink after the show on Monday September 2.

There will be representatives from the NAJ, Retail Jeweller and IJL all in attendance and the event is being held at The Prince, situated at West Brompton Crossing, just a few minutes away from Olympia London, starting straight after the show finishes at 6.30pm.

While the event is free to attend, those interested in attending can register by clicking here or emailing so that the organising team can get an idea of numbers.

Retail Jeweller editor, Ruth Faulkner, explained: “Retail Jeweller is delighted to be supporting the NAJ at this year’s NAJ Live event during IJL.

“For the last two years we have worked with the NAJ and IJL to offer an informal relaxed drinks event for all those attending IJL on the second night of the show and, the event has proved so popular, that this year we are moving to a more spacious venue and hope as many people as possible will come along and join us for a drink.”

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