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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 Jan, 2013

Your 11 business week steps for your jewellery venture

As part of Jewellery Business Week we’ve been bringing you top business tips all week on Facebook. Now here they all are in one place as handy guide. 1.   Identify what makes you special/ unique USP –Unique Selling Point – every business needs to have something special about it that makes it stand out from […]
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18 Jan, 2013

Ask Jessica – get your business questions ready

What do you want to know about running a jewellery business? We have just the person to ask. LJS founder and winner of a NatWest Everywoman award for entrepreneurship Jessica Rose will be answering your questions live on our Facebook page tomorrow between 2 and 4pm. Have  your questions ready, whether they be about marketing […]
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18 Jan, 2013

Making it as a jewellery designer

Guest blogger Laura McCreddie, editor of Retail Jeweller, takes a look at some of the things budding jewellery designers should think about in 2013. There has never been a more exciting time to be a jewellery designer in the UK. Consumers and the fashion press are starting to show an interest in jewellery as a […]
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17 Jan, 2013

Jewellery Business Week – Hayley Kruger on learning from experience

  Hayley Kruger sells her own statement jewellery designs under the Hayley Kruger Adornment brand as well as teaching a range of classes including  beading and leather jewellery  at the London Jewellery School. She is also one of the presenters on the videos for our distance learning business course. What motivated you to start your […]
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16 Jan, 2013

Jewellery Business week – 3 key tasks for 2013

Clare Yarwood-White founded her jewellery business Yarwood-White, which she sold last year.  She now helps other creative businesses through her blog at www.createacraftbusiness.com and writes regularly on business issues for Craftseller magazine and blog. In a special guest blog for LJS Jewellery Business Week, Clare tells us why January is so important for your business… […]
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15 Jan, 2013

Jewellery Business Week – Anna Campbell shares her web wisdom

Anna Campbell is an LJS tutor teaching a number of jewellery making classes and PR for your Jewellery Business. She mentors artists and crafters in setting up their website and using social media to promote their businesses for Crafty Websites and runs her own jewellery business, Light Boat Jewellery. She is also one of the […]
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14 Jan, 2013

Jewellery business week – Jessica’s top tips

LJS founder and award-winning entrepreneur Jessica Rose shares some important advice for your jewellery venture in this video. If Jessica has inspired you, make sure you check this blog every day this week for more advice from successful jewellers and experts and see our Facebook page for daily tips and discussions. Plus don’t miss out […]
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14 Jan, 2013

Building your sucessful jewellery business starts here

Are you ready to start or build your jewellery business? This week is LJS Jewellery Business Week. So it’s time to get thinking about what you need to know and take advantage of a week of business tips, shared advice from experts and other jewellers and promotion opportunities here on the blog, on Facebook and […]
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07 Jan, 2013

Get ready for Jewellery Business Week

Are you thinking about starting or growing your own jewellery business? January is the time when traditionally people re-evaluate their lives and especially their jobs. Quite often this means considering starting their own businesses either as a full time alternative to their job or as additional interest and income stream. So it wouldn’t be a […]
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05 Dec, 2012

LJS founder Jessica wins top entrepreneur award

London Jewellery School founder Jessica Rose has won The Artemis Award for business owners aged 25 and under in the NatWest Everywoman Awards. The awards recognise women in business and champion female entrepreneurship and previous award winners include Hilary Devey, now well-known from Dragons’ Den, and cosmetics entrepreneur Jo Malone. Jessica was presented with the […]
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27 Nov, 2012

New opportunities to raise your jewellery business’s profile

Opportunities to promote jewellery and new outlets for designer makers to sell their wares are very valuable so it’s worth letting you know about a couple of new ventures we’ve come across. First up is Sharon J Dale who is opening a showcase boutique in Barnes South West London, where she plans to exhibit and […]
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02 Nov, 2012

LJS founder shortlisted for women in business award

London Jewellery School founder Jessica Rose has been shortlisted for The Artemis Award for business owners aged 25 and under in the NatWest Everywoman Awards. The awards recognise women in business and champion female entrepreneurship and previous award winners include Hilary Devey, now well-known from Dragons’ Den, and cosmetics entrepreneur Jo Malone. Jessica impressed the […]
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23 Oct, 2012

Preparing your jewellery business for Christmas part 2 – online marketplace

This is the second in our series of jewellery business blog posts on preparing your jewellery business for Christmas. Last week tutor Anna Campbell looked at Christmas craft fairs and markets. This week she’s turning her attention to selling in the virtual world. More shoppers than ever are purchasing their Christmas gifts online. It’s so […]
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25 Sep, 2012

LJS founder in the Mail on Sunday

London Jewellery School founder Jessica Rose‘s experience a a young entrepreneur and businesswoman was recognised once a again when she was asked to give her views on a new scheme to help young businesspeople. You can read the whole article here. Having national newspapers, like The Mail on Sunday seek out Jessica views is a great […]
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21 Sep, 2012

Selling jewellery online

In the first of an occasional series, LJS founder Jessica Rose offers advice on aspects of running your own jewellery. Selling your jewellery online is an excellent way of extending your customer base and reaching people who you may never be able to in a craft fair or by selling through a physical shop. It […]
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04 May, 2012

Are you Thinking of Setting up a Jewellery Business?

Blog post written by Anna Campbell  The brilliant thing about the internet is that it has allowed us all to become business people with a low start up cost. I’ve sold pieces of jewellery to New Zealand, USA, Holland, Australia – places I have never been. But where do you begin? And with so many […]
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18 Dec, 2011

Christmas News from London Jewellery School

LJS Launches the Distance Learning Jewellery Business Course This month saw the exciting launch of the long awaited Distance Learning Jewellery Business Course from LJS. If you have ever wanted to set up your own jewellery business but lack the business skills, know-how and confidence needed to make it a success then this course is designed […]
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05 Dec, 2011

Building a Jewellery Business – Top 10 Tips

(This is an updated version of a previous post that we liked so much we wanted to share again). LJS Director, Jessica Rose has run her own jewellery business for 4 years, a fingerprint jewellery business for 2 years and now runs the hugely successful London Jewellery School, which is in its third year. Over time she […]
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