What happens when you ask 'how is this made?'
We believe when you ask ‘how is this made?’ and commit to create beautiful things in a beautiful way, you create a better, fairer world today and for future generations. For over 15 years, the jewellery and watch industry has been changing the way it does business, making sustainability a major driving force of change. Learn how today’s businesses put people and planet first.
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Build A sustainable Supply Chain
Today’s shoppers expect the jewellery and watches they wear to be made responsibly and with a respect for human rights and the planet. RJC certified members are recognised for their commitment to responsible business. When you choose to build your supply chain with RJC certified members, you foster consumer confidence in the industry, securing a future that can be treasured for generations to come.
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In this digital-first era, customers have already checked you out online before heading instore – if you’re not talking about how your business puts people and planet first, customers won’t ask. We’ve created a guide specially for retailers, to help you and your team get started with sustainability and understand the common terms used so that you can speak your customers’ language.
Setting the Standard for the Industry
RJC is the only ISEAL Full Member for sustainable standards and practices in the jewellery industry. Our Code of Practices standard aligns with the 17 SDGs and the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact. There are two RJC certification programs available for members.
Certification is the bridge between standards and impact – they help you transform your management practices into measurable action. The RJC Code of Practices is the only industry standard covering the entire jewellery and watch supply chain.
Transparency and trust go hand in hand in the jewellery and watch industry. RJC Chain of Custody certification gives your customers and suppliers the assurance they need about how your products and materials have been sourced, traced, and processed through the supply chain.