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Ta-dah! Introducing the NAJ Yearbook

20 Aug 2020

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Members of the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) have long benefitted from the in-house publication, The Jeweller, but now the Association has presented members with an additional reference source, to inform, remind and most importantly connect its passionate membership.

Published earlier today The NAJ Yearbook is a celebration of its members as well as the wider industry, through the eyes of NAJ. But it also serves a reminder to help its members get the most out of their Association; to take advantage of the many benefits it offers and also connect with other members across the sector.

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Packed with all that’s good about The Jeweller, there are additional features such as a 30-page supplier (and valuer!) directory, in-depth Better Business opinions alongside inspiring member profiles, as well as Editor Belinda Morris’ delve into bespoke and reveal of future trends. The NAJ Yearbook is unique.

Delighted to be sharing The Yearbook with members, Belinda Morris said,

“Please excuse us if we seem a little over-excited, but we happen to be very proud of the Association’s very first Yearbook. It always was going to be an ambitious project – dreamt up in the carefree spring of 2019 – but we couldn’t have known just how much of a challenge The Yearbook would prove to be. It’s been a labour of love, with some blood, sweat and tears thrown in for good measure! If you enjoy The Jeweller I think you’re going to love this!"

Offered in digital form on a seamless interactive platform, the editorial team has addressed all NAJ members, as well as those enquiring about NAJ memberships – to better understand what being a part of the Association means and how their business can get the most out of a membership.

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Partnership Manager, Garry Lane, who led the development of the Supplier Directory said,

“It’s so important right now that we do our utmost to keep connecting the trade. The passion that our manufacturers and suppliers have is clear to see and it is my job, alongside my colleagues here at the NAJ, to showcase this. Being able to provide a platform for them to demonstrate their services and skills to fellow members is more important than ever, especially during these strange times we’re all currently going through."

The Supplier Directory benefits from linking directly back to the recently updated Find a Jeweller profile, the NAJ’s member directory for the trade and public. Members are encouraged to update their profile regularly with imagery, business descriptions and information, as well as making sure the services offered are checked in the search tool.

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It’s not too late to appear in the Supplier Directory, as information will be updated throughout the year on a regular basis to make sure the annual publication stays up to date. Jewellery businesses are invited to contact the editorial team if they wish to appear in the Supplier Directory or be featured in editorial.

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Source: The National Association of Jewellers