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She was disappointed in the “young'uns” for not knowing.
The Korean War vet, great-grandfather and parade grand marshal is retiring … but he thinks he’ll probably still go into the store to help.
Professional follow-up is key to referrals and repeat purchases.
It means marketing for talent the same way you market for customers.
Long, boldly colored drops have returned to fashion.
She might just laugh and dance and curse, she says.
Plus a collection designed by a former graffiti artist/tattoo designer.
It will also allow you to train your salespeople more effectively.
The more personal you make the connection, the more likely you are to close the sale.
Here are 11 contest ideas to get your employees excited about selling.
These were your letters from November.
Plus, how to make time for creative thinking.
And they also described which jewelry sold best for them.
And as your biggest fans, the team at INSTORE is cheering you on from the sidelines.
While most transactions were lucrative, others were just odd.
Every facade has a brand story to tell.
It’s accomplished through a method called “habit chaining.”
Plus JMI launches The Zing Report.
Plus limited-edition jewelry boxes.
Custom chandeliers appear to be dripping with diamonds.
Rox Jewelers' owner learned the business from her parents.
Jewelers seem to be split 50/50.
Special moments with clients top the list.
Both store and product share a wow factor.
From sleek to bold, these are the latest in masculine adornments.
Plus, why using the phone can be the best choice in certain situations.
Create a contest that incentivizes your sales team to “save sales” they didn’t originally make.
Take advantage of this month to set yourself up for a successful year.
And don’t miss National Smith Day if you’re a goldsmith!