Italian brand Brosway recently partnered with the Miami International University of Art & Design for a student design contest. The winner, Judith Cabrera, was awarded a $1,500 scholarship and the chance for her designs to be produced and sold in the Brosway flagship store as well as online. brosway.us
Going to Miami
Starting this fall, the JIS Miami October Show and Centurion South Beach Show will co-locate in the beautifully remodeled Miami Beach Convention Center in the heart of South Beach, Florida. The move promises more buying and selling opportunities for retailers and exhibitors of both events. reedexpo.com
Jewelers Mutual Group has launched a comprehensive shipping platform called JM Shipping Solution. It offers expanded shipping management options, comprehensive control of return shipments, flexible coverage, and even more benefits for clients who also use Jewelers Mutual insurance. jewelersmutual.com/shipping
A New Side OF Polygon
Hoover & Strong’s Harmony Diamond Auctions will be offered to Polygon members directly through the Polygon platform. The trade-only auctions are ideal for retail jewelers and pawn brokers who wish to sell secondary market/OTC goods or for anyone with diamond inventory. polygon.net
Samuel B., a leading designer of sterling silver and gold jewelry from Bali and around the world, has launched its first full-length catalog! The 56-page volume includes retail pricing to aid retailers in placing reorders, as well as reference photos for special order styles and more. wholesale.samuelb.com
This article originally appeared in the June 2018 edition of INSTORE.
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