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Rising Stars ​30 Under 30 2016: Jennie Higgins

In Retail Jeweller’s Rising Stars 30 Under 30 supplement we present the amazing young talent that exists in the industry. Here we look at Jennie Higgins.

Jennie Higgins

Jennie Higgins

Jennie Higgins

UK brand development manager

Gablestone Partners (Bronzallure)

DOB 06/08/87 Age 28

Jennie Higgins’s career in jewellery spans almost six years. She first experienced the industry when she joined Derbyshire-based retailer and manufacturer CW Sellors in a PR and events role. After nearly five years with the company, Higgins took on the role of retail development manager with burgeoning Danish brand Endless Jewelry.

In February of this year, Higgins joined Italian brand Bronzallure as brand development manager for the UK and Ireland and will be seeking to grow the brand here. A consummate networker, with a proven talent for written communications and visual merchandising, Higgins is known and liked throughout the industry and is said by former colleagues to be an asset to any brand or company she works for.

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