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The team at J.R. Dunn Jewelers has taken a number of precautions to secure the store before the storm makes landfall, learning from its past experiences.
The medium isn’t dead, argues Jim Ackerman, and if used properly, can actually drive traffic and sales.
What’s scarier than that Clinton/Trump costume you’re going to don for Halloween? Missing out on any of these (relatively) new releases.
The AGS’s new program will pair experienced member jewelers with those looking to build their professional network and define career goals.
The AGS’s new program will pair experienced member jewelers with those looking to build their professional network and define career goals.
This year, Jewelers for Children has set aside $50,000 for independent jewelers to donate to the local organizations of their choosing.
Lilian Raji relinquishes control of her column this month to answer a question on how to obtain a licensing agreement with a major jewelry company.
Part of the proceeds from the jewelry pop-up shopping event held Thursday night benefitted The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, where the event was held.
Part of the proceeds from the event benefitted The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, where the event was held.
Cultivating an environment of teamwork requires a shift in focus from individual accomplishments to team success, Pat Henneberry writes.
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