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Fun colors highlight this trend.
And don’t miss this artwork entitled “Ear-rings from Mars.”
Everyone needs one, but many won’t admit it.
This is also a good time to get an independent appraisal of your inventory.
2/22/22, a.k.a. Twofer Day, is your chance to double your marketing bang.
Dick Abbott of The Edge has advertised since INSTORE’s inaugural issue in 2002.
Plus Kit Heath introduces its Entwined collection.
Brain Squad members tell what it’s like to be part of “the squad.”
Here’s why it works for them … and why others choose not to do so.
Plus, 2021-2022 catalog from Royal Chain.
In Shane Decker’s final regular monthly column, he shares wisdom from his dad.
But he wants everyone to be clear: he’s not retiring!
We’re all in this thing together.
Lab-grown diamonds, custom and repairs continue to be strong.
This is your guide to what “contemporary cool” looks like inside retail jewelry stores.
Experts and retailers agree that these developments have disrupted the jewelry Industry.
Spoiler alert: Story has a happy ending for Mrs. Grinch and the jeweler.
And, of course, they talk about their holiday sales so far as well.
The idea is to have them totally rethink the way they do things.
What should this young man do now?
There’s more to customer service than just ringing up the sale.
This year, put an emphasis on keeping your staff, promoting custom and clearing out old inventory, he says.
It means a careful approach to displays, lighting, color and more.
Also, how much trust should you extend another person in the jewelry industry?
A changing retail landscape demands that store owners challenge themselves.
In-store experiences include a friendly ghost.
Plus a good reason to set an alarm to beep at you every hour.
Taking risks and becoming more vulnerable can lead to growth.
These are the latest pieces in gold, from 18K to plated.
Here are some of our favorite “Best of the Best” subjects from the last 20 years of INSTORE.