Sunday, July 14, 2024

John Pye Auctioneers Announced as Headline Sponsors of the Valuers’ Conference

The National Association of Jewellers is pleased to announce that John Pye Auctioneers will be supporting this year’s Valuers’ Conference as Headline Sponsor.

The 2024 Valuers’ Conference includes a packed roster of presentations, masterclasses and workshops designed for the entire jewellery trade, from jewellery valuers, retailers and sales professionals to students and designers who wish to expand their professional horizons.

Since 1968, John Pye & Sons has evolved into the UK’s leading commercial auction house network, fusing traditional auction principles with modern day digital technology. Their aim is to be the leading auction ‘one-stop-shop’ provider to the secondary market, offering the most varied, frequent, and accessible online auction sales. Their expert team offer a complementary asset appraisal service for both commercial and private clients wishing to consign to auction from the UK or overseas.

Gillian Graham, Luxury Auction Manager at John Pye, states, “We’re thrilled to be sponsoring this year’s Valuers’ Conference. We look forward to connecting with other members of the National Association of Jewellers at the two-day event, expanding our knowledge and sharing best practice.”

Ben Massey, NAJ CEO, shares, “We are excited to announce our partnership with John Pye at this year’s Valuers’ Conference. As an organisation, they share the same values as the NAJ and will be on hand across the two days to explain their service offerings.
“The registration deadline for this year’s NAJ Summit is fast approaching. Make sure to book your tickets before June 7th to ensure your place.”

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