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Retail Jeweller named official supporter of Jewellery & Watch Catwalk Café seminar theatre

Retail Jeweller is once again delighted to be headline media partner of this year’s Jewellery & Watch event and has been named official supporter of the Catwalk Café seminar theatre.

Providing the perfect inspiring learning environment right in the heart of the show floor, the Catwalk Café seminar theatre will see a variety of top industry names share their insight over the course of the five day show.

This includes three seminars hosted by Retail Jeweller editor Ruth Faulkner covering topics such as what it takes to be an inspiring independent retailer through to how to communicate with the all-important bridal press and delivering exemplary customer service.

Commenting on Retail Jeweller’s involvement, editor Ruth Faulkner, said: “As the leading industry provider of news and insight, it makes perfect sense for Retail Jeweller to align itself with the valuable content delivered during Jewellery & Watch.

“Trade shows are not only a vehicle to view and purchase new collections but they also provide a fantastic learning opportunity to hear best practice examples and share ideas with others.”

Other key seminar sessions taking place during the show include keynote presentations from retail guru Mary Portas and Mulberry founder Roger Saul. The full seminar programme can be viewed here.

Jewellery & Watch is taking place currently at Birmingham’s NEC and will run until Thursday February 9.

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