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At least a couple customers a week come in thinking it's a place to eat.
INSTORE editors picked these stores as their top choices for interior, exterior, marketing and online presence.
Huddling at the back is a big no-no.
Are retailers obligated to buy things back?
Most jewelers will offer at least a small discount for dollars.
Plus ALOR's 40th anniversary collection.
A plate piled high with cookies can go a long way to remedying a false accusation.
To reproduce your highest-priced sale, you have to show the right product.
Today's necklace style is all about versatility.
Ask your resident "Negative Nelly" these questions to get them thinking positively.
This color grading device only weighs half a pound.
You could make a customer for life.
A scattershot approach won’t work.
Most of the female store owners in our Brain Squad feel our industry still has a ways to go.
Your managerial planning for the month starts here.
And mark Seinfeld's cultural anniversary with an event "about nothing really."
Gabriel & Co. leads the way.
Reliving your favorite memory in business could inspire you to even greater heights.
Curated collection appeals to self-purchasers.
A proven strategy to combat those people who always insist on last-minute changes.
The husband-to-be has been a loyal and good client.
Plus, how to use questions to make yourself a better listener.
Promotional event benefits children’s charity.
Dates are already here.
Here are five ways to build a powerful brand while utilizing the latest tech in visual merchandising.
These four “tricks” from an old sales pro will help you make more money in your store.
When designing your store, give the loo some love.