22 JULY 2019
Sydney, NSW - The Jewellers Association of Australia today announced that it has partnered with DFK Australia New Zealand to provide a tailored accountancy and business education program to JAA members.
The Better Business Series will enable JAA members to develop their financial and accountancy skills through interactive online masterclasses delivered by world-class DFKANZ professionals in taxation, audit, assurance, and strategy...
27 MARCH 2019
Sydney based jewellery designer and JAA member Roberto Mattei has been recognised at the 2019 International Jewellery Design Excellence Awards in Hong Kong..
Held during the HKTDC International Jewellery Fair over late February and early March, the IJDE Awards are open to designers from around the world who have previously won a jewellery design competition.
7 FEBRUARY 2019
The Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) is pleased to announce the implementation of the new import classification which will differentiate synthetic diamonds from natural diamonds.
This announcement is the outcome of ongoing discussion between the JAA and the Department of Home Affairs which aim to align Australian tariff classifications with technological advancements impacting the jewellery industry.
JO TORY APPOINTED AS JAA PRESIDENT
The Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jo Tory as President, from 1 January 2019.
Jo has been involved with the JAA as a member in the early '90s and has served on the JAA Board of Directors for the previous year...
On November 21, the Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) Annual General Meeting was held in accordance with the requirements of the JAA Constitution.
The meeting saw the re-election of two elected directors for a further two-year term. Mr Cameron Marks continues in the same position he has held since May 2017.
JAA ANNOUNCES JEWELCOVER