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Jewellery business week at the London Jewellery School and some web wisdom!

This week the London Jewellery School is running their Jewellery Business Week. This is a really interactive week of activities including
  • Daily business tips
  • Daily blogs featuring business information, interviews with successful designer makers and guest articles from experts
  • Promotion for jewellery businesses joining in the week
  • Live Q&A with LJS founder and successful entrepreneur Jessica Rose
  • Online discussions
  • Discounted business courses (15% discount on the Distance Learning Business course if you buy the course before midnight on Sunday 20 January 2013 and enter the code LJSDL13 at the check out)
  • Twitter chats under the hashtag #LJSjewelbizweek
Before christmas I was interviewed for a blog post for business week as I am the tutor for the PR for your Jewellery Business class and I am one of the tutors featured in their Distance Learning Business course (I am yet to see a copy of the DVD - long may that continue!).
I've put a screenshot of my interview below but please do click here to see the original post as it's much easier to read!



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