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FIRST LOOK: Pandora unveils Autumn 2017 jewels

FIRST LOOK: Pandora unveils Autumn 2017 jewels

Jewellery giant Pandora has unveiled its new marketing and jewellery collections for AW17. Pandora is continuing to promote its DO campaign, which was launched alongside the SS17 collection, and focused on a message of empowering consumers to be who they are and do what they want to do. For Autumn, the brand says: “This season

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Finalists for PJ Awards 2017 Fashion Jewellery Brand of the Year revealed

Professional Jeweller is delighted to announce the finalists in the Fashion Jewellery Brand of the Year category of the 2017 Professional Jeweller Awards. The finalists are fashion jewellery brands operating in the UK that have demonstrated they have the best products, sales, support, service, and marketing this year. The finalists in the Professional Jeweller Awards Fashion Jewellery Brand of

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Branded Jewellery Boutique of the Year finalists announced for PJ Awards 2017

Professional Jeweller is delighted to announce the finalists in the Branded Jewellery Boutique of the Year category of the 2017 Professional Jeweller Awards. Finalists in this category present the essence of their brand in their own physical stores. The finalists in the Professional Jeweller Awards Branded Jewellery Boutique of the Year category are: Clogau Welsh jewellery brand Clogau has been


THE BIG DEBATE: What are large companies doing to advance responsible sourcing?

Fair Luxury is a conference which Flux, an independent group of jewellery industry ethics champions, launched last year to encourage a dynamic platform for debate. Building on the inaugural event, the 2017 conference took place at the Birmingham Assay Office over the course of two days. In attendance were key figures from the UK jewellery

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EXCLUSIVE: Pandora’s sole female board member on breaking the glass ceiling

Pandora’s senior vice president and chief marketing officer Minna Philipson is the first and only female on the jewellery giant’s board and she’s revealed to Professional Jeweller what motivates her to reach the top. Philipson is a very welcomed addition to the board, and she admits that the brand’s long term goal is to have


Read the June 2017 issue of Professional Jeweller online now

The June 2017 edition of Professional Jeweller is available to read online now, featuring a striking cover image from Links of London’s Ascot jewellery campaign. In this month’s issue of Professional Jeweller we caught up with the head of the FF group for the UK & Ireland, Martin Byrne, to find out how Links of London has been performing


SPECIAL REPORT: Discover what a new crafting facility means for Pandora’s future

Pandora is one of the most talked about jewellery brands within the industry and amongst consumers around the world, so when the brand asked Professional Jeweller to travel to Thailand and participate in the official opening of its new crafting facility, editor Stacey Hailes jumped at the chance to join the ceremony and receive exclusive

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TOP TEN: The silver jewellery styles shining for SS17

For the May edition of Professional Jeweller magazine, we asked independent jewellers and suppliers to help us analyse the silver jewellery market. Using the results from UK jewellery industry experts, we have compiled a list of the top ten silver jewellery trends shining for SS17. Personalised Jewellery When it comes to sterling silver fashion jewellery,

Fairtrade gold miner Josephine Aguti went to the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter as part of a UK tour to meet business supporting gold miners and their families in East Africa. Aguti was joined by Fairtrade Africa’s gold project manager Gonzaga Mungai from Kenya, and Jon Walker from the UK’s Fairtrade Foundation. Together, they visited Hockley Mint and Johnsons Jewellers, discovering how Fairtrade gold is crafted into fine jewellery and sold in the UK and sharing their inspiring stories.

Shoppers are avoiding unethical jewellery brands

Consumers are increasingly shunning brands they think have the “wrong values”, new research reveals. According to Real World Insight, two in five consumers say that they have either stopped using or never use a brand if they do not agree with their values or behaviour. In addition, the study which set out to highlight the


Non-charm sales now account for quarter of Pandora’s business

Pandora is on track with its ambitions to become a ‘full jewellery’ brand, its latest financial accounts reveal. Growth for the brand’s first quarter was primarily driven by rings (+42%), earrings (+57%) and necklaces and pendants (+56%), reflecting Pandora’s continued progress towards its goal to offer a full product range to consumers. Last year the