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Naomi Watts and others are sporting large gemstone earrings that make a statement.
The prices of just a few key items could mean tens of thousands of dollars more for your business.
Forget the Covid period when looking at your sales comps, says JBT chief.
Time management, processes and communication are key.
Denise Oros says membership helped her grow her jewelry store.
Create a back-up routine for your data and a contingency plan for your inventory … just in case.
“What you see is what you get,” they say.
Jewelers share what they love about participating in the most authoritative survey group of independent retail jewelers.
When connecting with your customers, nothing beats the human touch.
It made one store $200,000.
There are a couple of possible responses, both of which speak to the quality of your jewelry.
And don’t miss a line of charming snake rings that retail for less than $800 each.
These seven actions will give you confidence and a detailed plan of action.
Can’t get your business to the next level? Maybe this is the problem.
Pi Day is your chance to celebrate all that’s indivisible and never-ending … like you customers' love for each other.
Equestrian-themed jewelry stretches beyond expected demographic.
One trend feels quiet and calm, while the other channels electric heat.
They involve your shop and your inventory.
Three in four respondents said yes.
It was a successful homemade Instagram video.
Results from the season were a mixed bag.
Survey participants are a source of relevant, helpful information.
Some are excited for new business, some are excited for retirement.
Matthew Gross finds a need and a niche in San Miguel de Allende.
Results were mixed, with some saying traffic was up but average ticket down, while others said just the opposite, and some did very well.
Plus, check out NDC's ASSURE 2.0 program.
Plus some nice options for packaging and shelves.
Home delivery of a $35 order just wasn't worth it.
The head of the store’s gemology services department must reassure the customer that her ruby is natural.