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Jewelers Mutual Group Establishes New Jewelry Industry Council

Diverse group of thought leaders tackle current and on-going challenges and help shape the industry for a brighter future.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEENAH, WI — Jewelers Mutual Group, the insurance and business solutions provider dedicated to the jewelry industry since 1913, announced the creation of a Jewelry Industry Council tasked with identifying challenges facing the industry and proposing solutions, including financial investments to address them.

The Jewelry Industry Council is comprised of individuals from various areas of the industry throughout the U.S. and Canada who were selected based on their leadership roles and commitment to strengthening how the jewelry industry works with today’s consumer. The collective council is a diverse array of business leaders, including family-owned, multi-generational businesses and next-generation jewelers. Each member of this action-oriented think-tank will serve a two-year term.

“I congratulate and welcome each member into the council. They have passion, drive and are well-respected thought leaders,” said Scott Murphy, president and chief executive officer of Jewelers Mutual Group. “We are thrilled to be partnered with thought leaders, all focused on the same goal, to make a positive difference as we help move today’s jeweler forward.”

Several members are attending the Jewelers Mutual premier leadership retreat, Conversations in Park City, in October. During this event, members will partake in additional innovative conversations aimed to strengthen the industry and grow relationships through learning and networking.

Jewelry industry professionals who have questions about the council or how to get involved may email [email protected].

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