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Low unemployment, growing wages and still-strong consumer confidence should provide momentum in the fourth quarter, even as the effects of tariffs loom.
Shoppers can see jewelers assemble their custom rings in-person at the month-long workshop feting the retailer’s 20 years in business.
Retail and design experts share advice on creating show-stopping windows in time for the holiday rush.
She succeeds J.C. Penney’s Pamela Mortensen, who served two one-year terms as the head of Jewelers for Children’s board.
He started his career in the jewelry industry in 1953 after earning a Bronze Star in the Korean War.
New and existing members must join the Responsible Jewellery Council within 90 days.
A new mineral species named for a GIA researcher, Peter Smith’s exercise in failure in order to succeed and new jewelry design talent spotted in Bangkok were among last week’s headlines.
Sit down with your team and outline what’s needed to succeed while being honest about potential pitfalls, Peter Smith writes.
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