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Examples of great retail touches include, clockwise from top, the showcases at Roberson’s, the exposed brick walls at Kevin Main Jewelry and the “Love Wall” at Ottawa jewelry store True Bijoux.
Peter Smith shares snapshots of three jewelry stores that he says knock it out of the park when it comes to the retail experience.
She’s the second woman to lead the organization, following in the footsteps of her friend and mentor Ruth Batson.
This is a rendering of the new Shreve & Co. flagship store, located in San Francisco, California.
The diamond house will call a shop-in-shop in the new Shreve & Co. flagship store home.
Located in Washington, North Carolina’s historic downtown, Washington Jewelers is holding a going-out-of-business sale.
Year-to-date, nearly 900 retailers in the U.S. and Canada have closed up shop, along with 178 wholesalers and 104 manufacturers.
Dissatisfied because your “throw-it-at-the-wall-and-see-if-it-sticks” approach to marketing isn’t working? Try this five-part plan from Jim Ackerman instead.
The American Gem Society has expanded its website’s “Find a Jeweler” search tool to highlight jewelers with professional credentials.
Peter Smith discusses the possibilities that come with asking customers to talk about the person for whom they are buying.
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