It's time to start preparing for what's next.
Jimmy and Doug talk best practices and favorite memories at the shows.
C'mon, stop treating it like it's the same as Facebook.
The big question: How should technology be changing how jewelry salespeople work?
Why are so many jewelry salespeople still selling the way they always have?
He says 'it’s not about how much you sell; it’s how much you make in profits.'
What kind of a thing is the Zing™ platform? It’s the whole jewelry industry right at your fingertips. In this 20-minute podcast, INSTORE’s Barbara Moss talks...
Travel to Thailand in this podcast, sponsored by Thailand’s Department of International Trade Promotion. Find out what makes Thailand, Thai jewelry and gemstones so special and...
Meet a business person who loves metals and gemstones so much he felt he needed to open in the face of a historic health crisis.
He's looking to reinvent how his store reaches out to and connects with customers.
He describes the corporate business as "very cutthroat, very push-push".
In this jeweler-specific version, one section remains reassuringly the same.
'I wanted a free, open forum where everybody could say whatever they want, whenever they want.'
As soon as she took her first GIA gemstone identification course, she knew what she wanted to do with her life.
She lost her boyfriend in a terrible accident. But she found meaning in the act of making jewelry.
Jimmy talks with Dave and Spencer Mink of TraxSales.
Honestly help your clients to determine what looks good ... and what doesn't.
He calls social media "the great equalizer" for small businesses.
"$20,000 seems like a lot of money ... until you open a jewelry store," she says.
No matter what your role in the industry, everybody can do something.