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The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has launched a dedicated careers guidance website, Rethink Retail, which, it says, aims to “lift the lid on the future of retail careers”.
Retail Jeweller will this morning (May 2) honour those listed as its 30 Under 30 Rising Stars for 2019 with a dedicated breakfast networking event.
Retail Jeweller is delighted to announce the 30 individuals who have been selected as this year’s Rising Stars of the industry in association with Thomas Sabo.
The deadline to nominate individuals in Retail Jeweller’s Rising Stars 30 Under 30 2019 supported by jewellery brand Thomas Sabo has been extended by one week until Friday February 15.
The industry has until this Friday (February 8) to nominate young talent from across the jewellery industry in Retail Jeweller’s initiative Rising Stars 30 Under 30, supported by jewellery brand Thomas Sabo.
There is little over a month left to nominate young talent from across the jewellery industry in 2019’s Retail Jeweller’s Rising Stars 30 Under 30 initiative in association with jewellery brand Thomas Sabo.
Retail Jeweller’s initiative to recognise and reward young talent from across the industry, Rising Stars 30 Under 30, has officially launched for 2019, supported by jewellery brand Thomas Sabo.
Jewellery brand Swarovski is to launch the inaugural Conscious Design program in collaboration with Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London (UAL).
The GIA and Hatton Garden BID hosted careers fairs in April. Siobhan Holt visited both events to find out what they offer students and recruiters.