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The answer? They want to see themselves.
The shape that was popular 30 years ago returns to the red carpet with big bling style.
A function called “re-cost” could be vital if you suffer a burglary or robbery.
The money will be spent more effectively on a system that gives you a clear “sales playbook.”
Follow these steps to liquidate old inventory.
Plus, how to sell customers on higher prices, as well as how to find local talent to appear on cable.
From chatbots to predictive analytics, artificial intelligence has been helping jewelry retailers connect with customers for a while now.
Many don’t guarantee diamonds at all, but those who do often avoid lab-grown because of value uncertainty.
The 91-year-old store features a modern interior and cutting-edge business practices.
Read on to see the brands and products that sold best.
Small Business Saturday is also your chance to play Cinderella.
The buyers of a lab-grown diamond ring, needing a replacement, are dismayed to discover the plummeting value of their original purchase.
Staffing, inflation and political partisanship are among the roadblocks listed.
Also, go back over end-of-season plans not just to maximize sales but also to protect your margins and cash flow.
This Mississippi jeweler generated millions of TikTok views with a shortlist of inexpensive diamond rings.
And don’t miss the new ring box by Ukrainian glass artist Leosklo.
Jewelry retailers and experts share their best strategies for success.
The 2024 dates are set for August 11-12 (pre-show conference on Aug. 10).
Plus, a new cloud-based management software from Unbridaled.
Plus a delicate new diamond collection from Tacori.
This customer provided a little too much disclosure with a photo of the ring he was trying to sell.
NFC tags allow you to automate a huge number of tasks.
From bright to subtle, these bangles and statement bracelets are made with various types of customers in mind.
Organic shapes suggest movement and create a mood.
It means playing down sales and playing up your relationship.
Plus their thoughts on our August issue lead story, “Jump on the Band Wagon.”
Be sure you’re ready to greet each client when they walk in.
Grace Barretti is inspired by being around “the most valuable things on this earth.”
Invest time in training and getting to know your team in order to make them the best they can be in your business.
Also, set a verification protocol for phone calls. Imposter scams are on the rise.