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Go big or go home? A jeweler wishes this customer would.
Linear earrings graced the jawlines of style-setting stars.
Focus on charity touches community.
Female self-purchasers are key.
Shane Decker says too many owners give up too quickly.
Jeweler David Nygaard recently won — then lost on a technicality — a city council seat, yet he remains upbeat about the future.
Customer service makes or breaks a business. Occasionally you have to think outside of the box or go to the extreme to make a difference, so...
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One tip involves a jeweler who allowed a client to pour his own gold.
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Sales trainer David Richardson says this is an opportunity to make a client for life.
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No jeweler should be without this fun stuff.
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Why failing spectacularly can be the best thing that’s ever happened to your business.
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To get better in business and life, you must first embrace failure.
92% of all stores don't have one.
An appraiser undervalued a client's jewelry donation to the university.
If you don’t try, nothing will change, says growth expert Elle Hill.
David Geller’s failure in business led to success as a retailer and later as a consultant.
He would never have been in position to succeed if he hadn’t failed first.