Michael Allchin, (Chief Executive of The Birmingham Assay Office) will deliver this year's presentation.[/caption] Last yearâs attendees, all regular customers of The Laboratory, appreciated the analysis of what is driving growth in the fashion jewellery and accessory market and an update on the implications of forthcoming legislation.Â They were also clamouring for more technical information and this yearâs presentation promises to deliver that too.
Staff from The Birmingham Assay Office celebrated the launch of the new Thinktank Gallery "We Made It", with the Director and Trustees of Birmingham Museums Trust on Wednesday 6th February, along with a host of other sponsors and supporters. [caption id="attachment_4431" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Michael Allchin Â Karen Dobson Â Kate Hartigan[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4428" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Anu Manchanda - Princess of India[/caption]
Keith Stanley[/caption] Keith Stanley, operations director for the Jewellery Quarter Development Trust and JQ BID, said: âThe jewellery manufacturing sector and associated trades are a vital and vibrant part of Birminghamâs economy. These new apprenticeships will allow businesses to develop and grow their own future workforce." Students will work towards achieving a fully accredited apprenticeship qualification in Jewellery, Silversmithing and Allied Trades. Training will be adm…
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