Yet some of you still see hope.
One or more of these three areas may be causing you to underperform.
From grandkids to booze to getting their nails done, jewelry retailers sound off on what's making them happy.
Many say they need to touch the jewelry before they buy.
He got into the jewelry business to buy a Jaguar.
One retailer demands the return of Gene The Jeweler.
Selling bridal today requires more than just a dedicated showcase.
COVID-19-related confusion results in the accidental sale of an item on hold for another client.
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Designlab concept brands custom capabilities of the stocked designers.
From thoughtful planning to angry resentment, readers react to the current crisis facing North America.
They opened a second store a year ago.
E-commerce, a cash reserve and social media topped concerns.
This is our ultimate collection of "true tales."
Freedom of choice is the No. 1 reason some say "no."
It's a difficult time for the country, and jewelers are feeling it.
6 out of 10 jewelers reported sales down 25 percent or more.
This isn't an area to skimp on.
Here’s how to stay in touch with your best customers.
Safety protocols and differences in the amount of work done by staff are the culprits.
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