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The Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) has welcomed the news that the Government is to fund support for small businesses, but also warns that a “clear and definite strategy” is needed to ensure the boost is a “launch pad, and not just a plaster”.
Luxury jewellery consortium the Houlden Group has reported a rise of 40% in sales figures following its recent summer event, which it says is its most successful show in the last three years.
Members of luxury jewellery consortium The Houlden Group gathered at the Belfry Hotel in Birmingham this week for the group’s summer meeting.
Luxury jewellery buying consortium, The Houlden Group has announced Lancashire-based independent, Sarah Layton Jewellers as the 30th retail member to join the Group.
The Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) has set up a WhatsApp group for its retailer members, which aims to increase collaboration and communication between independent retail jewellers.
Extensive consumer research carried out by the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) has found that when it comes to buying jewellery, the local jeweller is more influential on people’s choices than celebrities or the royal family.
The Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) has added supplier manager duties to the role of the group’s membership development executive, Amber Saunders.
The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) Consumer Focus steering group is calling on the trade to share its survey with its customers and the general public to understand why people buy - and do not buy – jewellery.