Directors of LJW calling on attendees to help them boost 2012’s week.
Della Tinsley and the directors of London Jewellery Week (LJW) are already looking ahead to next year, and have put out a call for feedback on this year’s events as part of a new strategy for the week.
The directors of this year’s event are asking attendees – whether they went to one event during the week or were fully submersed within the goings on – to give feedback on their experience of London Jewellery Week 2011.
This feedback will be used by LJW to drive the agenda for coming years events. Attendees to LJW are being requested to fill in a short online survey that should only take a few minutes to fill in.
LJW director Lee Lucas said: "Constructive responses to our survey will enable us to deliver an even better London Jewellery Week in 2012 that will benefit all segments of the London jewellery industry."
Those wishing to offer their thoughts on the week are invited to click the following link and fill in their thoughts before September 14: http://www.keysurvey.co.uk/survey/378902/1084/
According to a survey already carried out LJW, 36% of visitors said they had made a purchase at LJW 2011, and 62 % said they would attend LJW in 2012. The survey also said that 67% of visitors have a better understanding of the UK jewellery industry because of LJW 2011.
The directors of LJW are now inviting industry participants to work with them to create London Jewellery Week 2012 when the focus of the world will be London because of the Olympics and the Diamond Jubilee events.