The NAJ has announced the publication of its annual yearbook, which aims to celebrate its members and wider industry “through the eyes of NAJ”.
While members had previously benefited from its in-house publication, The Jeweller, the Association has now presented members with an “additional reference source, to inform, remind and most importantly connect its passionate membership”.
According to the group, the new publication reminds its members to “get the most out of their association”, and take advantage of the benefits it offers whilst connecting with other members across the sector.
The yearbook comes with additional features such as a 30-page supplier and valuer directory, in-depth Better Business opinions alongside “inspiring” member profiles and trend reports.
The publication is offered in digital form on a seamless interactive platform, and is addressed to all NAJ members, as well as those enquiring about NAJ memberships.
Editor Belinda Morris said: “Please excuse us if we seem a little over-excited, but we happen to be very proud of the Association’s very first Yearbook.
“It always was going to be an ambitious project – dreamt up in the carefree spring of 2019 – but we couldn’t have known just how much of a challenge The Yearbook would prove to be.”
She added: “It’s been a labour of love, with some blood, sweat and tears thrown in for good measure! If you enjoy The Jeweller I think you’re going to love this.”