Designer ran selling competition with his retailers over 12 months.

Fine jewellery designer Andrew Geoghegan has run a selling competition with staff at numerous retail stockists of his, offering jewellery prizes to help drive sales.

He began the contest in July last year, with the promise of rewarding the best sales person of his jewellery with a piece from his collection. Closing last month, Geoghegan has now announced the winners.


Sarah from Ashberry jewellers in York has won first prize – an Andrew Geoghegan piece worth £2,000.

Second prize has gone to Joanna from Catherine Jones in Cambridge, who also won a piece of Andrew Geoghegan jewellery, to the value of £1,000.

Third prize has been awarded to Julia from Polkadot – who have stores in Exeter and Taunton – who scooped a £60 voucher for a restaurant.

Geoghegan has also commended the selling skills of Niamh from Design Yard, Laura from Polkadot, and Sylvia from The Old Courthouse.

“The competition ran for a year and the idea was to naturally reward those who are brilliant on the shop floor and also to have a bit of fun,” said Geoghegan. “The retailers that decided to take part were very welcoming to the idea and I am delighted with the results.”


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