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Dear valued students, the London Jewellery School will not be reopening its premises for the foreseeable future and we are now offering online classes. For more information please check our 'questions' page in the menu. And to find out about online learning please visit 'Jewellers Academy' (www.jewellersacademy.com) in the menu. Please contact the LJS for all enquiries by email at info@londonjewelleryschool.co.uk. Best wishes LJS Team x
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20 Jul, 2016

Displaying your Jewellery at Craft Fairs and Market

If you are doing any summer craft fairs you’ve probably been preparing your stock and deciding your pricing. It’s now time to turn your attention to your display. Here are some ideas and advice from tutor Anna Campbell from her own experiences of selling at Spitalfields and Camden Lock markets in London, on attracting attention […]
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13 Jul, 2016

Craft Market Checklist

In preparation for the summer craft markets, tutor Anna Campbell provides a comprehensive checklist to help you prepare for bumper sales! Source: http://www.greertonvillage.org.nz/monthly-greerton-craft-market/ 1. Arrangements Make sure you know everything you need to know before the day What time can you arrive from? Can you park nearby? Nearest station, cost etc What is provided and what do […]
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27 Jun, 2016

London Jewellery School are moving home to Hatton Garden!

Yes it is true! We are moving home to Hatton Garden!!! Whilst we have very much enjoyed our time near Brick Lane, from 7th July we will start to move into our brand new premises in Hatton Gardens (opposite Cookson Gold!) and are looking forward to being back where we belong! As such, the School […]
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27 Jun, 2016

A Letter to Jewellers worried about how Britain Leaving the EU will affect Business…

Many jewellers and crafters running their own handmade jewellery businesses (and any small business owner for that matter) may be understandably worried about how the recent result that Britain will be leaving the EU, may impact their jewellery business. Professional jeweller’s recent article talks about 90% of designer businesses voting remain http://www.professionaljeweller.com/bfc-survey-reveals-90-of-designer-businesses-against-brexit/ which is no surprise given the business […]
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26 Jun, 2016

LJS gets an insight into 3D Printing

Last month groups of LJS students were lucky enough to secure a place on our visit to a local 3D printing company.  ‘My Mini Factory’ which launched in 2013, is the world’s leading curated social platform for 3D Printable objects.  The community platform connects 3D Designers, makers, users and brands.  For more information about the […]
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08 Jun, 2016

Working to Commission

  Tutor Anna Campbell has made jewellery on commission for celebrities. Here she gives some hints and tips on dealing with commissions I have been fortunate to be commissioned to make jewellery for individual customers. It can be nerve wracking because usually they will have something specific in mind and you want to make sure […]
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01 Jun, 2016

Rent a jewellery studio or work from home – a journey

In March this year tutor Anna Campbell wrote on the blog about her thoughts about renting a jewellery studio versus working from home. She now has an update! Whether to rent a jewellery studio or work from home was an issue that was at the forefront of my mind when I wrote the blog post […]
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27 May, 2016

Podcasts to inspire creativity

Tutor Anna Campbell has become slightly obsessed with podcasts! Here she recommends her favourites to inspire creativity What is a podcast? A podcast is an audio file, similar to a radio programme, that is available to listen to online via your computer or to download onto your smartphone or tablet device to listen to offline. […]
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08 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Your questions answered (part 2)

More from Jessica Rose’s live business Q&A on Thrusday evening… QUESTION: My jewellery business is in its (tiny, baby) infancy here in the UK and I just found out I have to to spend a few years in the USA. Since it’s on online business, that’s not too big a deal, but how best can […]
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08 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Your questions answered (part 1)

On Thursday evening London Jewellery School founder and award-winning entrepreneur Jessica Rose answered your questions on Facebook. In two posts today we bring you a selection of questions and answers from the live Q&A. QUESTION: I am in the process of selling my jewellery on Etsy do I need to take out insurance? As the […]
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07 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Spring clean your business

To show that good business advice is timeless, we have revived this blog by Clare Yarwood-White from the archives of the 2013 Jewellery Business Week. Having sold her own jewellery business Clare now helps other creative businesses through her blog at createacraftbusiness.com and writes regularly on business issues. In a special guest blog for LJS […]
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06 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: How to get to know your ideal customer

Patricia van den Akker is the director of The Design Trust, an online business school for designers and makers.  She has worked with 100s of creative sole traders, freelancers and small business owners as a creative business adviser, coach and trainer.  She regularly runs webinars, workshops and training for Craft Central UK, Space Studios, and […]
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05 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Learn from other people’s experience

“There are no such things as mistakes – only learning experiences”. Every jewellery business will face setbacks and have things go wrong, it is part of life but you can prepare yourself by learning from other people’s experiences. With this in mind London Jewellery School asked some of the designers it works with to share […]
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04 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Ask Jessica Rose

Make sure you take your chance to get business advice directly from multi-award winning business woman and London Jewellery School founder Jessica Rose as part of Jewellery Business Week. Jessica will be answering your questions live on our Facebook page between 6 and 8pm on Thursday 6 February. All you have to do is click […]
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04 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Get to know your customers via social media

London Jewellery School tutor and jewellery designer Anna Campbell reveals how social media can help you know more about what your customers think and get them to help you make decisions. As a designer/maker I can feel a little isolated. I’m sure there are times when you feel the same. Often I am working alone […]
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03 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Make your brand work for you

It’s said that your brand is what people say about you or your business when you are not in the room. So whatever you choose in terms of logos, colours, packaging etc, the name of your business and your online presence, it needs to reflect what you want said about your business.all Here are a […]
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02 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Save 20% on LJS Business Courses

During Jewellery Business Week, London Jewellery School is offering 20% all business classes run at the school if you book between 2 and 9 February. The offer includes: Jewellery Business Day This course is aimed at jewellers or soon to be jewellers who would like information and advice as well as a kick-start in setting […]
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02 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Build your business tool kit

Before you start a jewellery business it is important to prepare just as you would before setting out to make a new piece. To kick off Jewellery Business Week we’ve created a check list for your “business workbench” – the things you need to have thought about, gathered together or researched before you start. Ask […]
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30 Jan, 2014

Next week is Jewellery Business Week

For the second year London Jewellery School is running a week on online business advice and tips. The event will feature  daily blogs about starting and growing jewellery making businesses, tips and discussions via social media, guest experts including The Design Trust’s Patricia van den Akker, and a live Q&A advice session with award-winning entrepreneur […]
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