Creating a sustainable jewellery industry
Thursday, August 22, 2013
Come along to the International Jewellery London Exhibition to share on the topic of ethical, social and humanitarian issues in the jewellery industry.
International Jewellery London takes place 1 - 4 September 2013 to showcase the finest jewellery manufacturers, brands and designers in the UK. On 2 September come along to take part in The Great Debate from 12 - 1:15pm.
In its seventh year, The Great Debate explores ethical and social questions for the jewellery industry, and has now moved on to talk about sustainability too. In 2013 the debate is looking outside of the jewellery industry to learn how the fashion and grocery industries are facing up to these challenges.
Panellists this year include Daniela Nordmeyer from Monsoon Accessorize, Alan Frampton, Director of Cred Jewellery and Michael Allchin, Chief Executive of The Birmingham Assay Office. The debate is a joint initiative between The Birmingham Assay Office and Reed Exhibitions. Plus, Catherine Sproule, the Chief Operations Officer of the Responsible Jewellery Council will make a special global announcement at the start of the debate.
Come along to share the panellists' inspirational enthusiasm, learn how they are making a difference and express your own views and ideas on the topic of ethical, social and humanitarian issues within the jewellery industry. There is no need to book for the debate, just come to the Inspirations Theatre at International Jewellery London at 12 noon. A visitor pass for the main exhibition will be required in order to attend.
To register please visit www.jewellerylondon.com/assay