With lockdown measures in the UK, many jewellery students and professionals no longer have access to facilities to carry out their craft. But that doesn’t mean you have to put your jewellery journey on hold: there are a whole range of resources and activities that you can take advantage of from the comfort of your own home. Here are five ways to keep growing as a jeweller during lockdown.
In this episode of the BAJ Podcast: Lockdown Series, BAJ talks to the editor and co-founder of Jewellery Outlook, David Brough, to discuss the knowledge shared during lockdown, the global effort to evaluate industry change and what we can expect from the future.
In this episode of the BAJ Podcast: Lockdown Series, BAJ meets coach Sally Leonard for a discussion about the do’s and don’ts of starting a business, mentoring and keeping motivated and positive.
In this episode of the BAJ Podcast: Lockdown Series, BAJ meets Katerina Perez, fine jewellery freelance journalist, editor and social media influencer, to discuss how jewellers can use social media to learn and to promote their work and practice.
Lockdown Series | Social Media and Virtual Connections (Contemporary Jewellery) with The Jewellery Activist
In this episode of the BAJ Podcast: Lockdown Series, BAJ meets Holinka Escudero, creator of contemporary jewellery social media platform The Jewellery Activist, to discuss how jewellers can be inspired on social media whilst using it to promote and connect.
In this episode of the BAJ Podcast: Lockdown Series, BAJ talks to Harriet Kelsall about how established businesses can adapt to the challenge we currently face, whilst continuing to meet customer demands.