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The new store has a Rolex corner and a bridal bar where customers can look at engagement rings over drinks.
From not micro-managing to not making them managers, Peter Smith lists 10 things retailers should avoid if they want to hold onto their top salespeople.
The event to celebrate the charity’s success and raise funds will be held on Sept. 26.
Federico Santiago Quiroz Lucca led and organized heists that targeted traveling jewelry salespeople.
The virtual event replaces “Jewelry Night Out.”
The conference, held online this October, has artists, goldsmiths, authors and curators lined up to discuss jewelry in America.
Whether it’s live chat or a good old-fashioned phone call, The Jewelry Coach Pat Henneberry explains why keeping in touch is so important right now.
GemGenève now won’t be held until 2021, and Jewellery & Gem World Hong Kong is pivoting to a digital format.
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