Tag Archives: ethical jewellery

Ian Bone (Capricorn Gems)

Guest Editorial – In Response To Richard Wise’s Strategy To Sell More Color

The following is a guest blog by Ian Bone (Capricorn Gems) written in response to Richard Wise’s Strategy To Sell More Color. The article in the last edition of The Centurion Sales Strategy Newsletter about Richard Wise’s seminar at the Centurion Show prompts a response from me. In my opinion, it is not only the […]

Flux - Fair Luxury

Fair Luxury – Responsible Jewellery Conference – Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th April, 2017

We are very happy to be supporting the FLUX:Fair Luxury conference once again in 2017. This two-day event at the Assay Office Birmingham (U.K.) will build on FLUX’s inaugural conference in 2016. It will further encourage a dynamic platform for debate, providing an atmosphere of collaboration between open-minded individuals who wish to be part of […]

The Jewellery Industry Summit 2017 – a delegate’s view of the conference

The second Jewelry Industry Summit (JIS) took place on Sunday 30th and Monday 31st January, 2017, at the Tucson Convention Centre in Arizona. The summit brought together over 100 professionals from all parts of the industry to discuss issues relating to the responsible and transparent sourcing of some of the main materials we need to […]

Two easy questions to ensure you buy ethical jewellery

When it comes to changing the course of an industry, it is the spending power of the customer that has the biggest impact. Whilst legislation and campaigning from within can go so far, it is when consumers begin to vote with their hard-earned cash that retailers truly start to pay attention. Not so long ago, […]