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Industry provider StoneHawk will hold a free breakfast meeting in Birmingham to promote its #StopSmashandGrabs course.
Jacobs the Jewellers and the Bishopsland Educational Trust, together with sponsors the Goldsmiths’ Centre and HS Walsh, announced the winners of the fourth year of the annual Young Designer Competition.
The New Designers Goldsmiths’ Company Awards were announced at the Business Design Centre, Islington yesterday (June 27).
Rapaport Academy, the Rapaport Group’s e-learning platform for the diamond and jewellery industry, has released two new online courses to help jewellers improve diamond sales.
The Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) has hosted a two-day business tour around the city of Winchester for its members.
Ten new designers, who took part in the Goldsmiths’ Centre business taster course Getting Started, will show at creative exhibition New Designers as part of a curated section, “One Year In”.
Manchester-based jewellery brand Fiyah is running a student design competition this summer.
Birmingham-based manufacturer Hockley Mint will host a networking breakfast event this morning (June 7) in honour of those who made Retail Jeweller’s list of Rising Stars 30 Under 30.
The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) welcomed 70 members to its annual Business Network Congress yesterday (June 5) in Oxfordshire.
The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) will offer its new Advanced Synthetic Diamond Seminars in August in London and Mumbai, and in October at its headquarters in Carlsbad, California.
The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) has only a few remaining places on its first-ever valuation tutorial.
The upcoming National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) Congress 2018 will feature a session aimed at educating retailers on how to sell more jewellery using social media channels such as Facebook and Instagram.
Birmingham-based manufacturer Hockley Mint has been announced as the partner of Retail Jeweller’s Rising Stars 30 Under 30 event for 2018.
The Goldsmiths’ Centre is inviting applications from jewellery and silversmithing start-ups to apply for its business incubation programme, Setting Out.
Trade show International Jewellery London (IJL) has opened its revamped seminar programme – IJL Inspire – to offer industry professionals the chance to submit topics and frame the debate at this year’s jewellery fair.
The Diamond Producers Association chief executive, Jean-Marc Lieberherr explains why they’ve introduced an industry-wide agreed terminology for diamonds and synthetic diamonds.
Founder of the London Jewellery School, Jessica Rose has created a grant to help support growing jewellery businesses.
A college located in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter is giving something back by teaching pupils with special educational needs how to design jewellery. And its founders believe this could be the start of something big. Siobhan Holt visits the college
Independent retailer Clayton Jewellers in the North West of England has announced Izabella Hadfield as its Fylde Young Jewellery Designer of the Year.
The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) will host its 10th JET Business Network Congress in Oxford on June 5, 2018.