INSTORE Big Survey finds 62% of jewelers carry 10 or fewer vendors, up from 32% a decade ago.
Traditional “giftware” disappearing from showcases, according to 2021 Big Survey.
Big Survey finds 92% of owners and managers are white.
By an overwhelming margin, jewelers feel more affinity to canines than cats.
One in three jewelers walking 5 miles or more a day.
Difficulties in training and selling are at the top of the list.
Most suffered business losses. Many others suffered personally.
In the 2021 Big Survey, we asked jewelers for their elevator pitches.
INSTORE 2021 Big Survey finds more than 6 out of 10 jewelers get the band sale most of the time.
From retirement planning to staffing, many made changes they’d been putting off.
Finding underscores precarious state of most jewelers’ exit plans.
As for life lessons, “Embrace the unpredictability,” jewelers tell the 2021 Big Survey.
Japanese maker tops poll for fourth straight year; Rolex falls out of top 3.
But some feel rich all around.
More than 50 percent of jewelers continue to stock watches, but the trend is down amid surging Apple Watch sales and Rolex supply-chain shortages, according to...
Nearly 60 percent of jewelers said that the pandemic made them “stronger,” according to the INSTORE 2021 Big Survey.
They're unlikely to be working.
The top three remain the same from the last three years.
Hiring new staff has created the “most grief” in the post-lockdown economic rebound, according to jewelers in the INSTORE Big Survey 2021.
Asked what business cuts during the pandemic have hurt the least, jewelers told the INSTORE 2021 Big Survey that hours were the winner.
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