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Women’s Jewellery Network introduces membership packages

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The Women’s Jewellery Network has introduced membership to the organisation.

All of their subscribers have now been automatically transferred to the network’s Essential tier package, which offers jewellery professionals free access to a number of WJN goodies.

For example, members on the Essential tier will receive a monthly news round-up, as well as a commitment to receive WJN news before general release.

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There are plans to launch the next membership tier, which will be the industry organisation’s first paid-for package, within the next few weeks.

Women’s Jewellery Network managing director, Victoria McKay, shares: “It’s been a long time coming but we are very proud to announce the roll out of our membership packages. We’ve deliberately held back on launching a paid-for offer. We wanted to demonstrate real value to the industry before seeking to monetise our offer. And we believe that we have done just that.

“We have achieved so much with literally just our blood, sweat and tears, over the past three years and of course incredible goodwill and support from organisations and individuals across the global industry.

“We’re incredibly grateful for the support we’ve had from our 4,000+ followers and fans across our multiple social and digital channels. And we can’t wait to deliver even more, with focus and, crucially, investment in commercial revenue streams, which in turn allows us to do even more to effect real change across the trade.”

Current subscribers have received an email update advising them that they now have access to free Essentials membership, with new subscribers automatically joining the WJN global movement on this new free tier.

Professional Jeweller readers will be able to find out more about the Women’s Jewellery Network, and the type of subjects it tackles, in our special collaborative issue which lands this week.

 

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The author Stacey Hailes

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