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REVEALED: CMJ retailers describe where most post-lockdown sales are coming from

The Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) has reported that a large proportion of its retailer members have seen better post-lockdown trade than anticipated. More than...

CMJ welcomes new members with #TogetherWeThrive social media campaign

The #TogetherWeThrive campaign features testimonials and videos from members who describe the support they have received from the CMJ, particularly during lockdown.

CMJ supports retailers by extending suspension of membership fees

In order to continue to support to support its retailer members financially during the trading challenges brought about by Covid-19, the Company of Master...

THE BIG INTERVIEW: CMJ boss on taking the helm during unprecedented times

Emmet Cummins discusses meeting the team over zoom and supporting members through a trade-wide crisis.

CMJ supports members with free return to work package

Each member has been offered a complimentary pack of three window decals, alongside a return to work manual.

Company of Master Jewellers cancels August trade show

The buying group is exploring how it might be able to bring suppliers and members together in smaller groups or on a virtual basis later in the year.

CMJ launches PPE package for retail members

The buying group's members will have access to fully certified equipment including masks, face shields, gloves, floor tape, hand sanitiser, cleaning equipment and in-store screens.

CMJ takes unprecedented steps to support members financially

Buying group announces it will be bringing forward its retrospective rebate payment to retail members.

CMJ creates webinar programme to support members as stores remain closed

The Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) is set to launch a series of webinars aimed at supporting its retailer members while the government’s coronavirus...

GET TO KNOW: What the future looks like for the Company of Master Jewellers

Professional Jeweller sits down with Michael Aldridge to see what 2020 looks like for the buying group.