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Here’s how to add another profit center to your business.
Plus the coolest Batman clock ever created.
What should a retailer do?
Many said “none at all,” while others acknowledge their influence.
Earrings, bracelets and necklaces can also be stacked.
The medium matters less than how you interact with consumers.
Times of upheaval often precede periods of innovation.
Follow this advice, and your team will emerge well-trained in six months.
When that inevitable stare-down over prices occurs, don’t blink, says Shane Decker.
From abstract to dainty, earrings are in high demand.
Plus a new twist on wish lists and an interesting employee incentive.
It’s time to treat your online business as more than just a digital catalog.
Let your employees know how you like to operate.
Employee discounts? Geller has the answer.
T Lee’s personal style isn’t stifled by client demands.
This service allows customers to design their own custom rings.
A background in hospitality helps in luxury retail.
Plus another customer who had a funny sign-off.
Should the jeweler have asked for a deposit earlier in the process?
Many are fully vaccinated and ready to see jewelry in person.
They also report on what jewelry sold best for them.
It starts with your business philosophy and goes to training.
Plus an opinion on in-store events.
These are the latest jewelry collections.
Diamond specialist offers options for everyone.
Make sure form follows function at the cash wrap.
$500 toward redesigns is key to success of auction packages.
And don’t forget to do something special for July 4.
On Splurge Day, your customers should be thinking about one place: your store.