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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.
In its monthly new release feature, National Jeweler outlines five books that could potentially be beneficial for business owners as summer turns into fall.
Alvin Goldfarb opened his eponymous jewelry store in 1980 and “immediately established a reputation for unparalleled integrity, quality and privacy.” The jeweler died earlier this week at the age of 84.
The Seattle retailer got into the business in the late 1950s and opened his own store, Alvin Goldfarb Jeweler, in 1980.
Peter Smith has more than 30 years of experience building wholesale and retail sales teams. He currently is president of Vibhor Gems.
Peter Smith challenges jewelers to reimagine their retail operation as if they were starting from scratch.
Jewelers of Louisiana created the fund for jewelers and their employees in the hard-hit state, and Stuller employees are in need of help too.
The International Gemological Institute is following its consumer television campaign with five radio spots in select iHeartMedia markets beginning Sept. 6.
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