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In Jim Ackerman’s opinion, jewelers should worry less about their image and more about direct response marketing.
Here are the top five stories published on for the week of Aug. 14 to 20, according to Google Analytics.
The Long Island retailer is opening its sixth location, as well as partnering with Roberto Coin on the brand’s newest boutique, in the Westfield World Trade Center.
A new online course aims to educate jewelers on the fundamentals of how to sketch by hand.
The Gemological Institute of America has a new training package for jewelers’ sales staff comprised of four free modules.
National Jeweler columnist Peter Smith says when the leader of a business decides it’s time to make a change, everybody needs to be fully committed, or else.
A global human rights organization will recognize Arnold for first book, an account of her father and his family’s escape from Nazi persecution.
Jewelers for Children is conducting its new “Super Store Makeover Contest” from Aug. 15 to Dec.31.
The new “Super Store Makeover Contest” is a competition in which jewelers solicit donations for the charity for the chance to win money to renovate their store.
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