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It’s time to get ready for Gen Z’s questions about ethical issues in the industry.
Three-wheeled “Carat Cart” attracts attention.
Jewelry designers are taking new approaches to the historical icon.
One of them is inspired by ancient armor.
An active and engaged customer base can insulate jewelry retailers from any change in consumer mindset.
Two-thirds of our Brain Squad says they do.
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And Loyalty Day is your chance to repay your best customers.
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The jeweler was at a loss for words.
Barry Peterson creates a destination store.
And don’t miss these three ideas to move aged inventory.
Buy more than you think you’ll need.
Affordable yet elegant, it’s no wonder silver is easy to love.
His commitment to the profession is second to none.
And be sure to schedule your emails to go out during business hours.
Not only that, but they’re easy and cheap to implement.
It involves a live Q & A.
The client subsequently calls the jeweler to angrily demand answers.
Human rights and the environment should be important to all of us.
Plus, the newest catalog from Royal Chain.
Plus a beech wood jewelry holder by French artist Manaaki.
Lab-grown diamonds continue to rise in popularity and acceptance.
And one reader really wants to know how to find employees.
The Brain Squad shares their feelings on how the conflict will affect them.
Creative segmentation of your marketing efforts can pay off in increased sales.
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