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JA and Jewelers Mutual Group to Host Multifaceted Learning Workshop

The one-day learning workshop will take place at the Alabama Jewelers Association Convention.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK — Jewelers of America (JA), the national trade association for businesses serving the fine jewelry marketplace, has teamed up with Jewelers Mutual Group to host a Multifaceted Learning Workshop on Saturday, April 22, at the Alabama Jewelers Association Convention. The one-day educational workshop will feature interactive sessions, networking, and speakers that are designed to increase profitability and propel your business forward.

The introductory event will feature speakers and interactive round table discussions that will enable valuable networking and key learning opportunities. Sessions will feature a wide variety of topics including Google reviews, jewelry trends, credit card processing, insurance and more. Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear more about Jewelers Mutual programs and Jewelers of America member benefits.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer this Multifaceted Learning Workshop in conjunction with the Alabama Jewelers Association Convention,” says JA Director of Membership, Regina Ciarleglio. “Jewelers will be able to connect and network with fellow jewelers in their region while learning new ways to help their business succeed.”

The event will be held Saturday, April 22, at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa (Montgomery, AL) from 10AM to 4PM. The event is open to all jewelers and the cost to attend is $50, which includes lunch.

To view the full schedule for the Multifaceted Learning Workshop and to register to attend the event, visit here. For further information, contact Jewelers of America’s Member Services at (800) 223-0673 or members@jewelers.org.

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