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IJO Announces Virtual Conference

After having to cancel their semi-annual conference for the first time in almost 48 years the Independent Jewelers Organization (IJO) has announced it will be holding a “Virtual Conference” via Zoom on July 27th and 28th from 1:00-4:00pm Eastern time. “Just because we can’t meet in person doesn’t mean we can’t meet at all”, said IJO’s President & CEO Jeff Roberts. “One comment I hear from our members after every conference is ‘I can’t wait until the next one!’ so this will be a little different, but we’re still getting together.”

Included in the lineup of industry expert speakers are Andrew Rickard from RDI Diamonds, Ben Smithee from The Smithee Group, Becka Kibby from The Edge Retail Academy, Ross Cockerham from Punchmark, Craig MacBean from Ostbye, Crystal Vilkaitis of Crystal Media, Shannon Blake from Podium, Jeff Wynkoop from Quality Gold, Brandon Wright CEO of Clientbook, John Dougherty, CPA, John Kennedy of Jewelers Security Alliance, Mike Buley of Jewelry Ads That Work and a Keynote by Shane Decker. “Also included are two moderated panel discussions and we’re bringing some of the brightest minds directly to our members”, reported IJO’s Conference Planner Jennifer Herold. “Our program offers something for everyone and we’re very excited about what we’ve put together!”

Registration for this two-day event is free and open to all IJO members. If you would like information on membership in IJO please contact Penny Palmer at penny@ijo.com.


About IJO
The Independent Jewelers Organization is an elite group of retailers. Members are Master IJO Jewelers and arehand-selected for membership in the Independent Jewelers Organization (IJO). IJO is an organization which only accepts jewelers with the highest ethical standards and superior professional integrity. IJO provides marketing and educational opportunities to over 1,000 members worldwide. As a Master IJO Jeweler, members receive benefits such as expert training, allowing them to update their knowledge, skills and experience to help the consumer make a confident jewelry purchase. Group purchasing power allows Master IJO Jewelers to pass a significant savings on to their customers while maintaining the highest quality products they have come to know. And the fact that IJO Jewelers are active members of their communities means they strive to offer an unsurpassed level of service. Master IJO Jewelers adhere to an ethical code-of-conduct offering the honesty, trust, integrity and "Brilliance You Deserve"® no other jeweler can provide. For more information please visit www.ijo.com.




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