International Jewellery London Opens Submissions for the IJL Inspire Seminar Programme


International Jewellery London Opens Submissions for the IJL Inspire Seminar Programme


Industry professionals’ chance to shape the debate and reach a global audience– submit your IJL seminar now!

IJL 2019 will take place at Olympia from 1-3 September 2019

PRESS RELEASE. London, 8 April 2019: International Jewellery London (IJL), long-established and world-leading jewellery trade event, has opened its seminar programme – The IJL Inspire Seminar Programme – to submissions from industry professionals.

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Last year the refreshed IJL Inspire Seminar Programme opened the stage to discuss issues that matter and trends that shape jewellery and watches; from 3D printing with precious metals to lab-grown diamonds, to gemology and human rights in the jewellery supply chain, current trends such as SS19; co-created and bespoke jewellery; bridal trends; jewellery retail and practical sessions including transforming the high street store, customers in a digital world, getting to grips with Instagram, photographing jewellery.

The seminars will take place in theatres across the show floor: the Inspiration Theatre, sponsored by Fairtrade Foundation, the Retail Theatre and the Catwalk Theatre.

IJL welcome submissions from everyone across the jewellery industry; from emerging design talents to established brands, with retailers, buyers, designers, gem dealers, Assay offices and suppliers. All industry professionals are encouraged to take part.

The seminar submission form will be accessible via the IJL website until the deadline for submissions on the Thursday 27 June. IJL will consider submissions and let people know if they’ve been successful by the end of June.

IJL 2018 welcomed 500 exhibitors from 39 countries including 15 new countries ranging from South Korea, Czech Republic, Peru and Colombia to Qatar and Sierra Leone. IJL’s Diamond Club, which hosts the biggest international buyers, saw attendance up by 60% on 2017, with new attendees in 2018 from Canada and Jersey.