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Brand identity tied to neon sign.
Don't miss "the right-hand close."
An owner refuses to fall for this dumb yet real scam artist.
Stephen Webster's new tea strainer is a must-have.
Drop necklaces and chokers dominated.
From Celtic charms to cobalt chrome, these avant-garde designs will have customers swooning.
Learn to sell jewelry as the powerful talisman it always has been.
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Creative decor stops shoppers in their tracks.
Like other tech, it has the potential to make clients way happier with business owners.
4 out of 5 Brain Squad members say no.
When old inventory clogs the cash-flow arteries of your store, here’s how to clean it out.
You're only as good as your people.
Your managerial planning for the month starts here.
JEWELERS DELIVER CHRISTMAS GIFTS in blizzards without the convenience of sleigh and flying reindeer. They whip up custom orders faster than the speed of a laser....
Charitable giving yields rewards on many levels.
It has a lot to do with a willingness to move quickly.
Here are your letters-to-the-editor for this month.
It involves looking at benefits versus concerns.
Sponsoring a 14K run will conjure thoughts of jewelry.
Innovative practices include asking for charitable donations instead of charging for watch batteries.
Don't miss your chance to have a parade for Mardi Gras.
Rolex led the way.
A longstanding tradition of holiday bonuses and raises is threatened.
Taking a day or two to cool off is the first step.
This is the jewelry women want to wear to express themselves.
If you’re doing less well it’s time to ask some questions.