The much-loved and well-respected jeweler has an unparalleled eye for talent and the ability to see failure as an opportunity to grow.
De Beers Jewellers CEO Céline Assimon will take over, expanding her role to head both the company’s retail brands.
The economy is seeing an “impressive recovery,” said National Retail Federation Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz.
The jewelry manufacturer will now offer custom and production cuts for customers as well as a limited quantity of gems for immediate sale.
Peter Smith shares a handful of tips from his latest book that will, hopefully, make you want to read the other 96.
Luxury watch sales were particularly strong for the retailer, with CEO Brian Duffy noting customers have “accumulated disposable wealth.”
It’s the result of a partnership with Watchfinder.
She’s traded Melrose Place for Brentwood.
Plus, the retailer opens its first location in Pennsylvania.
“Anytime. Anywhere.” includes a short film and an Airstream trailer that will roll around the Hamptons all summer long.
TrueView AR is meant for jewelry businesses of all sizes.
As customer-employee altercations turn deadly, Tiffany & Co., Movado, and other retailers are asking shoppers to step in.
Hedaya, the director of operations for Continental Buying Group and Preferred Jewelers International, lives in the Champlain Towers South.