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If your jewelry store doesn’t have an UP system, it’s time to seriously consider starting one, says jewelry store training expert Jimmy DeGroot.

In the video below, he explains that such a system provides sales staff members with an equal opportunity to serve customers. It also ensures that customers get the attention they deserve in a timely manner.

Perhaps best of all, the system increases floor awareness among your staff. DeGroot recommends that you let your employees design the system themselves.

Watch the video:


Video: Your Jewelry Store Seriously Needs an UP System

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