IJL 2020 Inspire Seminar Programme Now Open For Industry Submissions

International Jewellery London, the premier trade event
at the heart of the global jewellery industry, is offering professionals the
chance to shape the debate at IJL 2020. Submissions are open for seminars,
talks and ‘In Conversations’, to take place in the Inspire Seminar Programme at
Alexandra Palace, 13-15 September 2020.

Acknowledged as one of the most comprehensive and
must-attend seminar programmes in the industry, both topics and speakers are
selected to inspire, inform and educate. Past topics have ranged from retail
experience, up-coming key trends and brand building to VM, technology,
multichannel and e-commerce.

The three-day programme encapsulates three central themes:
Retail Re-imagined; The Business Forum, and Skill, Design & The Craft of
Jewellery. Whilst seminar slots are mainly for one hour, there is no set
format: ‘In Conversations’, mini workshops, panel debates and interactive events
are all welcomed.

Show Director, Andy Ventris, comments: “Our research has
shown how valuable the Seminar programme is viewed across the sector.
Especially in the wake of Covid-19, access to the latest insights, knowledge,
skills and trends will be even more important for exhibitors and visitors

IJL exists to support the industry and we welcome their
contribution to ensure that the programme spans a diversity of topics that
focus on the key issues and help incentivise business success. Proposals are
invited from everyone – from emerging design talents, designers and established
brands to trade organisations, retailers, buyers and suppliers”.

The deadline for submissions is 5pm 26 June. All that is required is to submit the seminar talk title, format and an outline of the envisaged speakers should the submission be successful – at  www.jewellerylondon.com/inspireseminarprogramme. Successful applicants will be informed by the first week of July 2020.

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