Benchpeg gathered their own list of studio jewellery galleries and stockists still trading in the UK. The result is a wonderful resource for independent jewellers.Read more
Since I started this blog, I’ve avoided discussing the growing phenomenon of online training because of my own concerns over conflict of interest. With this article, all that changes.
I’ve spent 9 years researching all the major types of online and offline training delivery methods. In this article, I’m now sharing and discussing my findings.
Guest blogger Paul Haywood from the Haywood Life offers suggestions on best digital tools for building on online jewellery business.Read more
Previously we’ve talked about the different ways in which CAD is being used by jewellers to interact with their customers. Now I wanted to look at the ways in which jewellery CAD designers can offer their skills to the wider market.Read more
BBC Business News recently aired a segment on How Crafts Workers are Learning to Sell their Work. In the segment, both the mentors and the craftsmen highlighted the importance of learning business skills. I agree, so I offer here a list of various mentorship and support schemes available for new jewellery businesses.Read more
Not too long ago, the 3D Printing Industry Blog released their own list of best choices for commercial 3D printing services. Come see their list, and my thoughts on how these services fit into the changing jewellery industry.Read more
i.materialise’s blog recently publised a good article on ways to help 3D printing content creators to make their work more profitable through online distribution.Read more