Opinions range from “useless” to “valuable business tool.”
From vacations to trade shows, jewelers are getting out.
Lab-grown diamonds, custom design and millennial buying habits lead the responses.
Many said “none at all,” while others acknowledge their influence.
Everything from Jethro Tull to glassblowing to INSTORE Magazine.
From social media to websites to reviews, jewelers are in the online mix.
Several Brain Squad members said, “Expect the unexpected.”
Our Brain Squad describes what “cool retail” is for them.
Many of our readers are trying new things.
From grandkids to booze to getting their nails done, jewelry retailers sound off on what's making them happy.
You say milgrain, I say millegrain.
E-commerce, a cash reserve and social media topped concerns.
Staying positive, joining webinars and lots of praying...
Lab-grown diamonds and micro-pavé top the list.
One says that if it is, he might as well fire his salespeople and hire clerks from Walmart.
Some vacation, others party, and some just sleep.
Our Brain Squad weighs in on what they wish they had known.
Our Brain Squad shares their plans for fourth quarter.
Depending on the information, it can be a bit of both.
Most of the female store owners in our Brain Squad feel our industry still has a ways to go.