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These are questions you should be asking when you run your reports.
It means comparing certain reports to the performance of past years.
Here are two places to potentially find new employees.
Try selling single earrings to those who love to mix and match.
In context of downtown Canton, it looks like a spaceship has landed, owner says.
Those who do share how they find their favorites.
Humor boosts mood, morale, team performance AND your bottom line; here’s how to get more of it in your business.
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It starts with setting the stage before they come in, then asking the right questions once they do.
They all combine a message with a plan of action.
“I feel so loved. How many people go to work and have that feeling?”
Also, look into helping your jewelers set up a bench at home so they can work remotely if needed.
As well as a day to celebrate — and profit from — “happy accidents.”
These three techniques could drastically improve your Instagram performance.
The AGTA GemFair will be part of the HardRock Summit Sept. 8-11 in Denver.
Plus one reader is not happy with vendors selling direct to consumers online.
The pandemic sped up e-commerce innovations.
This includes a new approach to handing out criticism that works better than the “sandwich” method.
Marci Bailey’s venture puts personal spin on virtual selling.
One collection incorporates actual bee honey inside the gold.
Some cool educational and networking concepts will make this a next-level trade show.
Today’s consumer wants un-fussy jewelry; necklaces fit the bill.
How can he explain that another customer must have purchased a lab-grown — not a mined diamond as he claimed to his wife — without violating...
Lab-grown diamonds and custom design remained hot.
It’s encounters like these that make you wish your engraver had a filter.
Also, hand out more “rough” compliments.
Some of the answers are hilarious, while others are inspirational.
Yes, quality and service matter … but how are you talking about them?
It may be simple, but it’s turning heads across the country.