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How creative ideas turn into inspired events.
Your storefront is shoppers’ first point of contact; what impression are you making?
One reader introduced a puppy as a “greeter” in their store.
It means socking away savings even when you’re feeling strapped.
A written style guide with examples can ensure consistency in your communications.
Cate Blanchett wore this ultra-modern vibe to the SAG Awards.
Contract with them to be their exclusive retail outlet, then market it.
And be sure to use those Vegas shows to your PR advantage.
Don’t start your day until you check out these five new designs.
Most say the content developed in-store works best.
Increase your margin while accommodating more budgets.
And you could partner with a local business for National Donut Day.
Their popularity is also driving up the size of center stones.
Plus how to apply an “immediacy filter” when deciding whether or not to say yes to an engagement.
Be sure that you present great value to your customers based on your pricing.
Brad Marks reimagines the business with a store update.
Why there’s no such thing as a “quick fix” that lasts.
How inflation, exchange rates and freight charges will impact your business.
Trace Shelton reflects on conversations with a new jewelry salesperson: his daughter, Mayson.
Here are 18 new designs for the ears.
“Shut up and listen” is one way to approach it.
Small graphic elements have big impact.
Custom design and lab-grown diamonds remain hot.
She didn’t need jewelry; she needed diapers.
Carter’s Jewelry of Petal leans into the future.
Almost 60 percent say they don’t.
“Stronger Together” is a membership network and shared physical coworking space.
Plus a stainless steel flask with built-in shot glass by Kin & Pebble.
How should the owner react?
Plus what’s generally acceptable in non-compete agreements for employees.