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Half price offer on the distance learning jewellery business course from the London Jewellery School

Would you like to set up a jewellery business? Or do you have a business and want to take it to the next level? 
The London Jewellery School is currently offering 50% off their jewellery business distance learning course. That's a price of £49.50 instead of £99.






The course includes
1. A DVD containing videos on each aspect of running a jewellery business. 13 videos totalling 80mins of expert advice in all areas from marketing and promoting your business to pricing and selling your jewellery.  
2. A comprehensive 75 page, glossy, full-colour workbook, full of information on how to set up and run your own jewellery business including; a full list of useful contacts and suppliers for jewellers based in the UK, tips on each aspect of setting up your own jewellery business and Information on the common pitfalls and mistakes to avoid.  
3. A supplementary case study booklet detailing 7 current businesses, what they have done and tips and advice for running your business. 
4. 1 Months email support where you can ask questions about the course and specific to your needs and requirements. 
5. 1 year free individual LJS membership (usual price £22.00) which includes an online listing on the members directory, free £50 LJS Voucher that can be used on any classes or distance learning courses at LJS and many other member benefits. 
5. Certificate of completion for the Jewellery Business Distance Learning Course.  

I have a copy myself and feature in the DVD and I can tell you that it is a great offer, especially if you can't get to the jewellery school for the one day jewellery business class.

Have a look at the information online and see if it could be the next step for you

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