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Jewellery Connections @ Platform

17th August 12pm – 5.30pm

18th August 12pm – 6pm

19th August 12pm – 8pm *late night shopping with cupcakes*

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Jewellery Connections @ Platform

Jewellery Connections is designed to encourage collaboration and innovation in the jewellery sector.

We aim to bring together designers and manufacturers to create new and exciting products and services through innovation, education and collaboration. This project is open to jewellers, manufacturers and related trades who are based in and around London's Hatton Garden.
Jewellery Connections is led by Camden Council in partnership with 
Holts Academy of Jewellery and CENTA Business Services

This project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

 

17th August 12pm – 5.30pm

18th August 12pm – 6pm

19th August 12pm – 8pm

 * late night shopping with cupcakes *

 

See our news section to read more about future plans for Platform

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is platform? 

Platform is a new not-for-profit jewellery initiative setup in 2009 to support the UK jewellery trade. We provide a range of support, education and services to the public, designer makers, jewellers, retailers and new entrants to the Jewellery sector.

Our focal point is the Platform Showcase, a brand new destination just a stones throw from Farringdon tube and Hatton Garden, showcasing the best the UK jewellery industry has to offer and providing information on jewellery commissioning and buying.

Platform’s Patrons include Theo Fennell, Elizabeth Gage, Patrick Fuller, Vicki Beamon and Stephen Webster.

What are we here for? 

We believe the jewellery industry is no ordinary industry.
It combines high creativity with commercial acumen. To be successful many skills are needed.

We feel there is a pressing need for professional support for individuals and companies at all levels and stages in their careers – including most importantly those entering the industry at the start of their professional lives.  

We also believe it is important to educate the public to ensure the cultural heritage and craftsmanship of the UK’s jewellery industry is kept alive.



       



 

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