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Jewelers, see how your gold jewelry sales and margins stack up against other retailers.
Though luxury spending is predicted to decrease by 1 percent in 2016, high-income millennials and Generation X will play a bigger role in fine jewelry purchases, a recent study predicts.
Amid economic and regulatory uncertainties during an election year, small business owners are currently feeling less optimistic about the state of their businesses, according to a study from Capital One.
More than a quarter of jewelers said in a recent survey that they don’t have a point-of-sale system for tracking inventory in their store.
The National Retail Federation’s recent survey shows that more than one-third of shoppers will give jewelry as a gift for mom this year, spending an average of $96.
In this month’s survey, we asked jewelers about their bridal business. How do your store’s sales of engagement rings and wedding bands compare?
According to two recent surveys, platinum jewelry sales rose 10 percent and silver sales were up 15 percent last year, with both expected to continue their climb in 2016.
In its Business Pulse survey for March, Jewelers of America surveyed jewelers about their plans for passing on the family business. How do our results compare with the situation at your store?
More than half of the retail jewelers who took our survey this month said their watch sales have declined over the past 10 years as they struggle to compete with online sellers.
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