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20% off jewellery business classes at the London Jewellery School


Fancy spending some dedicated time working on and building your jewellery business? The London Jewellery School is currently running business week (22nd to the 28th February 2015), a week of blog posts and social media all things business related. AND they are currently offering 20% off their jewellery business classes booked by 28th February (you can book for any available date for the whole of 2015). 
This includes short taster classes (6.30-9pm) one day and six day classes. 

I am teaching the following classes
Jewellery business bootcamp - I am teaching on three of the six days of this intensive course
Building a website for your jewellery business
Social media for your jewellery business

Getting your business seen on Google
Creating your own jewellery blog
PR for your jewellery business

If you are outside of London, why not use this as an excuse to visit! On the las six day business course we had students travel from United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia to attend the course. And remember, training costs, travel, accomodation and meals are tax deductable in the UK!

Why not take advantage of this offer and take yourself and your business seriously?

For the discounted rate contact the jewellery school by phone or email

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