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Initiatives in Art & Culture will hold its sixth annual Gold Conference on April 28 and 29 at the City University of New York, featuring two full days of presentations on gold and the jewelry industry.
Based on the activity at the April Smart Show, many retailers still are shopping for price-point jewelry, especially when it comes to diamond fashion.
John Carter of Jack Lewis Jewelers in Bloomington, Ill. was tapped as president-elect, making him next in line to take over after Berg.
The American Gem Society presented a number of awards at Conclave in Washington, honoring excellence, professionalism and a commitment to ethics and consumer protection.
What bridal styles are trending and how can jewelers connect with prospective customers using social media? A panel of 3 answered these questions and more at Conclave.
From an update on diamond grading reports to succession planning for jewelry store owners, here’s a rundown of just a few of the education sessions taking place at AGS Conclave 2016.
David Adamson of Lynn Haven, Fla. was selected as the overall winner at the Battle of the Benches held over the weekend at Stuller’s headquarters.
JA New York and MJSA Expo reported increases in attendance for their recently held shows at the Javits Center while Baselworld saw a slight drop in the number of attendees.
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