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Meeting new people and forming meaningful business relationships is the hallmark of the Women's Jewelry Association and its world-wide network of members.  

Educational Webinars

The Women's Jewelry Association hosts online educational webinars throughout the year which are open to both members and non-members. These webinars cover various topics to help enrich and grow your career.

Upcoming Webinars
 

Check back for the 2019 webinar schedule!
 


Recorded Webinars

Visual Brilliance: Bringing Your Brand to Light in the Digital Age

Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 12pm EST

Want to make your brand come alive visually?  Learn what goes into building a compelling visual brand, gain tips and tools for photography and social media, and find out how to do it on your down OR find the right creative partner.

Presented by:
Sara Rey
Sara Rey Jewelry Photography

DIY Photography Equipment Video with Sara Rey

 

 

Making Money and Making It Count

Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 12pm EST

Interested in increasing sales and maximizing the money you bring into your business? Learn how to drive more sales, understand what's preventing you from closing effectively, grow your topline revenue, interpret financial statements with ease, and make data-driven decisions for your money.

Presented by:
Pat Henneberry, Vice President of Global Learning and Development at Hearts On Fire
Mariel Diaz, Founder of Accounting for Jewelers

Tips on Building Your Story (pdf)
Interpret Financial Statements and Make Data-Driven Decisions (pdf)

 


Just the Facts: What the Jewelry Industry Must Know About Harassment

Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 12pm EST

Learn about basic employment requirements that business owners must have in place to create a compliant and productive workplace, and become familiar with important laws and regulations that exist to prevent harassment descrimination and other workplace issues.

Presented by:
Cecilia L. Gardner, Esq
Brought to you by the WJA Gender Equality Project in partnership with the Jewelers Vigilance Committee