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While Peter Smith understands the tremendous demands on jewelers’ time today, he points out that it only takes a minute to be civil to traveling salespeople.
A number of different factors are influencing the trend and it’s not expected to reverse course anytime soon.
The owner of the Philadelphia-area jewelry manufacturing company started by his father more than a century ago passed away Friday.
Why do some people succeed while others fail? It’s more about grit than talent, according to a new book.
The New York City retailer is now called Greenwich St. Jewelers and has a new website as well, all in honor of its 40th anniversary.
Everybody in the jewelry business loves referrals, Jim Ackerman writes. Strange, then, that so few jewelers have a well-conceived, formal system for generating them.
Long’s Jewelers held the event at its Burlington, Mass. location last month and sold more bands in platinum than any than in any other metal type.
Identified someone willing to take over the jewelry business? Good. Here’s what’s next.
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