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BJA Members Day and AGM

The Annual General Meeting of the BJA will be held at The Goldsmiths’ Centre in London at 2.30pm on May 20th 2013 and additionally the BJA are holding their first Members Day.

“The Members Day will give members and Industry individuals who work closely with us the opportunity to briefly discuss topics covered by the Association during 2012/2013.

We wish to expand on our ‘by the member for the member’ initiatives and celebrate the successful work the committee members and BJA team has undertaken,” commented Marketing Manager Lindsey Straughton

In keeping with the Association’s push to embrace education and training opportunities it is extremely fortunate this year to have Peter Taylor Director of The Goldsmiths Centre to talk about developments at the National Skills Academy and BJA Vice Chairman Jason Holt to enlighten the audience about the opportunities Modern Apprentices are bringing to the Jewellery Industry.

Gordon Hamme will explain the new BJA Mentoring for Members Project which has had lots of interest via its informative website Designer Jessica Flinn will highlight benefit of BJA Designer/Craft Membership for a small up and coming company.

Additionally the work of the UK delegation, made up of individuals from many trade organisations including the BJA, to the international body CIBJO, will be presented by John Henn the representative for the NAG. Oliver Sutton of Birmingham manufacturer Charles Green will give a personal comment on our industry in memory of his father Richard Sutton.

And finally BJA Chairman Gary Williams will report on the event packed 125th Anniversary year and CEO Simon Rainer will oversee the AGM formalities. “We look forward to receiving members and their guests to the Members Day and afterwards for an informal gathering with refreshments. Non members are most welcome to come and hear more about the workings of the Association,” stated Simon Rainer.

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