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Tim Watts will oversee sales in the Southeast while Scott Bates will head the lower Midwest.
Strength in online sales, SEO trends for the new year, the passing of a pearl legend, and more.
The retailer will be in a temporary space for two years while its flagship store on Fifth Avenue undergoes renovations.
Twist took home the award for Retail Innovation, while Ed Bridge, of Seattle-based Ben Bridge Jeweler, was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Luxury veteran Marc Hruschka has worked for John Hardy, Chopard, Chanel and Richemont.
The manufacturer holds the exclusive license to the patented, scratch-resistant compound.
Tony Broderick will leave the position in April after 40 years with the company.
The company will sell off its fashion-forward collection at steep discounts at upcoming jewelry trade shows.
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