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The store’s top salesperson is threatening to hire an attorney to protect against a “hostile work environment.”
Pandemic threw up many obstacles along the way.
From coffee to bourbon, refreshments set shoppers at ease.
Opinions range from “useless” to “valuable business tool.”
The holiday season is upon us, and this year you’ll be ready.
And during empty nesters month, let’s not forget a demographic with often full wallets.
It’s about breaking it into bite-sized chunks.
Custom experience comes through loud and clear on all channels.
Her retail operation is based in Palm Beach.
It’s all about telling husbands what their wives want — at the right time.
If you want to grow, continuous improvement is required.
Random jolts to the routine can lead to breakthroughs.
It involves interesting twists on classic looks.
Here’s how we’ve been doing that at INSTORE.
The volume offers more than 800 new styles from engagement rings to anniversary bands.
"The industry is changing, but it is also much the same as 30 years ago."
Plus a new book from Hearts On Fire/Memoire President Peter Smith.
And don’t miss the luxurious but affordable gold vermeil chains from CG Creations.
These are the big takeaways from 20 disruptive months in retail.
Half are planning gatherings, while the other half say “no.”
Can you ban workers from talking politics? Yes, but there may be a better solution.
They will set you up for success in the moment and in years to come.
“Wowing” clients isn’t just good for your store, it’s fun for the client.
Stuller, Gabriel & Co. and Sylvie Collection were among the best-selling brands.
Emerging tech meets brand licensing.
And they’ll make gorgeous holiday gifts.
Plus, a new way to think of negative feedback.