An article from the 2019 “State of the Majors” published on delves into how non-jewelry retailers are tackling retail reinvention.
New York—Miss out on some of the jewelry news last week? Here are five stories to get you caught up.

1. Squirrel Spotting: Don’t Sell Spoiled Milk in December
Jewelers should not treat the holiday season as the most wonderful time of the year for moving old merchandise, Peter Smith writes.

2. There’s Still Time to Participate in the Benchmarking Survey
Jewelers of America and the Jewelers Board of Trade are now allowing retailers to take part in their study until Nov. 8.

3. The Need Felt Globally and an Unexpected Lesson in Sales
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff shares three takeaways from a recent jewelry conference she attended in Istanbul.

4. This Kit Can Help Jewelers With Their Diamond Supply Chains
It’s free and available on the Jewelers Vigilance Committee’s website.

5. Analysis of the Majors: This Is What Innovation Looks Like
In this article from the 2019 “State of the Majors,” we take a step outside the metaphorical jewelry box to see how non-jewelry retailers are tackling retail reinvention.

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