Ian Hadassin

JAA Council set for inaugural meeting

The newly formed JAA National Industry Council will be holding its inaugural meeting in Sydney on Monday, May 12. The…

Hadassin set to leave JAA

After seven years as CEO of the JAA Ian Hadassin will be leaving his role at the end of his…

JAA warns industry to increase PPSR awareness

It has been two years since the launch of the Personal Property Securities register but many jewellery suppliers remain unaware…

JAA set to develop youth market

The JAA is set to harness the energy and enthusiasm of young staff in the jewellery industry and guide them…

JAA launches robbery prevention courses

The JAA has launched an online training course in robbery prevention for jewellery retailers and their staff.

JAA takes on Today Tonight

The JAA is preparing to take action against Channel 7’s Today Tonight if it does not publish a correction for…

JAA partners with workplace lawyers

In order to meet jewellery retailers’ increasing concerns about changing employment laws, the JAA has turned to workplace relations consultancy,…

January sales – hot or not?

Jenny Berich discovers that despite the general boom in January sales many jewellers remain unconvinced of the benefits.

JAA expels Diamond Exchange

The Jewellers Association of Australia board has expelled an online diamond trader after receiving dozens of consumer complaints.

JAA issues warning to online jewellery retailers

All JAA retailers selling jewellery and gemstones on the internet should list GST-inclusive prices, according to JAA CEO Ian Hadassin.

Hadassin joins CIBJO network

JAA CEO Ian Hadassin has been appointed a vice president of CIBJO's newly created CIBJO Association Executive Networking Commission.

DCLA resigns from JAA

After eight years membership, the Diamond Certification Laboratory of Australia (DCLA) has resigned from the Jewellers Association of Australia.