Discount less and sell more expensive products, Peter Smith writes.
The company opted not to raise its fiscal guidance, citing a slowdown in the U.S. market as a key reason.
From “old-school” eBay to new kid on the block 1stDibs, we asked jewelers about their experiences selling jewelry in non-traditional places.
The jewelry company is moving into bridal just a month after branching out into the watch world.
He will step into the retailer’s newly created role of chief development officer.
Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Buccellati put on stellar performances.
From a slowdown in sales growth to rising costs, Fruchtman Marketing outlines its expectations for the second half of the year.
Once a part of Julius Klein Group, the diamond company combines its direct supply and cutting expertise with a keen eye to the future.
The retailer also said demand for Rolex, Patek Philippe, and Audemars Piguet watches continues to exceed its supply.
The Connecticut jeweler reflected on five decades in the industry and what the future holds for the family business.
The new app allows salespeople to quickly and easily access a lot of inventory.
The Kansas retailer is aiming for a fall 2023 opening.
It will be located in Vietnam’s Binh Duong Province, and construction is slated to start early next year.
The company is feeling the impact of the uncertain geopolitical and macroeconomic environment, said CEO Beth Gerstein.
The tech giant’s store will introduce shoppers to the metaverse.
That distributor is Chicago-based M. Geller, which will supply loose WD-grown diamonds to its retail customers.
The jewelry house’s newest location is in The Vault at The Saks Shops in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The company said the “affordable” jewelry market in the U.S. is growing slower than the overall market.
Peter Smith reflects on the connections he’s made during his time off and explains why change is so hard for everyone.