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Sam Willoughby to step down after this year’s IJL

Sam Willoughby to step down after this year’s IJL

International Jewellery London (IJL) will bid farewell to event director Sam Willoughby in October, after eight years at the helm and more than 13 years working for Reed Exhibitions. Willoughby and her team have developed many unique and market-leading features at IJL, including the VIP Diamond Club programme and an innovative 365-day strategy across content

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EXCLUSIVE: New men’s jewellery brand to launch at IJL

Oscar Graves, a new men’s jewellery brand, will be launching at International Jewellery London next month with a unique offering of bespoke luxury rings and cufflinks. Founded by Pearse Curran, who has developed the brand after 25 years in the international jewellery business, Oscar Graves has launched to fill a gap in the market for

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IJL unveils SS18 trends set to adorn this year’s catwalk

International Jewellery London has unveiled the trends that will be appearing on the show’s catwalk this September. Curated by IJL trend editor, Rachael Taylor, the catwalk looks highlight four key concepts to inspire retailers. The IJL catwalk will take place every day at 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00 along with the trade show’s very own bridal

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Yoko London returns to IJL after six years

Luxury pearl jeweller Yoko London by Euro Pearls has announced its return to International Jewellery London this year for the first time in six years. The return to the show is part of a re-invigorated strategy focused towards the UK market, which includes the appointment of two new UK sales agents – Travis Burne and

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IJL 2017 set to celebrate the new and inspirational

The 2017 edition of International Jewellery London (IJL) is set to inspire the industry this September three days, with new show features and a strong showcase of over 500 companies from 32 countries. The event has been designed to provide a ‘360 degree’ platform for successful business, sharing knowledge and debate, networking and discovering the

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Registration now open for IJL 2017

Visitor registration for the 2017 edition of International Jewellery London (IJL) is now open. This year, everyone from the jewellery industry who registers for the Olympia-based trade event by June 30 will be entered into a prize draw with the chance to win a case of Thienot champagne. Visitors who register in advance will also

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The Goldsmiths’ Centre joins IJL partnership line-up

The Goldsmiths’ Centre has been announced as one of the official partners of International Jewellery London’s 2017 show. The sponsorship agreement will focus on providing invaluable support for exhibiting designers. This includes using The Goldsmiths’ Centre as the venue for the IJL Exhibitor Summer Masterclasses on June 15. The expert tutors at the Centre will

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IJL launches complementary summer programme to support exhibitors

International Jewellery London (IJL) 2017 is launching a special complementary support programme for all exhibitors to ensure they maximise their experience and commercial success at this year’s show. A comprehensive programme of pre-show support includes online assistance, tailored blog content and webinars on exhibiting guidelines. The initiative comes together in a one day, free-to-attend, Summer

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Bespoke sales soar for Charles Green following positive trade shows

Birmingham-based wedding ring and jewellery manufacturer Charles Green has reported a rise of just over 100% in bespoke jewellery sales in Q1 compared to the same period in 2016. Charles Green launched its ‘bespoke’ service in 2014 and has seen it grow consistently year on year, but since exhibiting at Baselworld and moving on the

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IJL’s KickStart initiative deadline one week away

Emerging British jewellery designers have just one week left to apply for International Jewellery London’s (IJL) KickStart programme. Supported by the National Association of Jewellers, this initiative has now helped seventy young designers since it was set up in 2009. Potential Kickstarters are invited to apply online and ten of the most talented entries will

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