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Security Alerts – Crime expected to increase as a result of the lockdowns

CPM Security alerts

Unfortunately, criminals are once again targeting jewellers with alarming frequency. The majority of recent incidents have affected retailers inside shopping malls and have resulted in extensive damage to premises, however in this current economic downturn as a result of lockdowns, we urge everyone to remain vigilant.

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Farewell Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell

Mr Colin Campbell – a stalwart in our industry and a long-standing and loyal client of Cape Precious Metals – began his career in jewellery in London in 1972. He moved to South Africa in 1982, where he was involved with the Ekurhuleni Jewellery Project from 2008 until his retirement at the end of January 2021. Under his watchful eye, the EJP shepherded over 80 students through their theoretical and practical jewellery skills training programmes, with a successful uptake of over 60% of these students entering full-time positions within the jewellery sector.

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Please take note of CPM’s updated COVID-19 safety protocols


How to market jewellery for Valentine’s Day in a lockdown

Marketing for Valentine’s Day 1

At the time of writing, South Africa is back under level 3 restrictions, and rumours abound that a harder lockdown is on the cards. With the pandemic still a pervasive part of daily life, this year’s Valentine’s Day strategy must take this challenge into account. As COVID-19 infection rates increase and people avoid malls and retail spaces, your online presence will need to do the heavy lifting, and the focus this year should be on your digital marketing campaigns.

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CPM proudly sponsors University of Stellenbosch exhibition titled: “In-between”

CPM proudly sponsors University of Stellenbosch exhibition 1

Every year, CPM sponsors metals for students at the University of Stellenbosch for their exhibitions or year-end awards prizes. Falling within the Visual Arts Department, the division of Creative Jewellery and Metal Design is focused on educating jewellery design as a critical discipline that allows students to reflect on their surroundings and translate their ideas into three-dimensional wearable artworks that communicate and stimulate thought.

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