Talk to focus on industry’s sustainability, ethical and social issues.
The Great Debate will return to IJL next month, focusing on sustainability and ethical and social issue within the jewellery industry.
This year marks the seventh annual Great Debate. It is titled Translating Sustainability for the Jewellery Industry, and will be chaired by the Birmingham Assay Office’s chief executive and assay master Michael Allchin.
The debate will feature two panellists, Monsoon Accessorize ethical trading manager Daniela Nordmeyer and CRED director Alan Frampton, who will each discuss how their companies are making a difference to the jewellery industry.
The Great Debate will take place at the Inspiration Theatre at 12pm on September 2 at IJL. The annual discussion is a joint initiative between The Birmingham Assay Office and Reed Exhibitions. It aims to share experiences, to inform, to stimulate debate, provoke thought and to prompt action.