News that a former employee of two high-profile Danish jewellery brands has been appointed to the Endless Jewelry team comes on the eve of the supplier’s...
One of the world’s largest jewellery retailers will be involved in a new Brisbane casino and plans to attract some of its highest spending international...
A set of international guidelines designed to provide consumers with greater confidence when buying diamonds has gained support from a number of industry...
A report on the Indian gold market, one of the largest markets in the world, has made a number of recommendations that could boost the country’s...
A group of treasure hunters has discovered a bounty of gold coins and jewellery within the ruins of a shipwreck that met its demise 300 years ago.
Police have released CCTV photos and video footage in the hope of catching a team of brazen thieves that robbed two salesmen of about $700,000 in diamond...
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In response to the increasing popularity of personalised jewellery, Thomas Sabo has unveiled its first engravable jewellery range in Australia. [read...]
When was the last time you reviewed your prices? Pricing is about assigning a fair value for not just a product but for all the services that come with it too. [read...]
Gender-based marketing is a traditional approach to business; think pink for girls and blue for boys. However, recent trends indicate a shift towards androgynous and gender-neutral branding, particularly in the jewellery industry. ANGELA TUFVESSON reports on recent findings. [read...]
When was the last time you reviewed your prices? Pricing is about assigning a fair value for not just a product but for all the services that come with it too.
When it comes to selling, it’s not enough just to be liked by the customer. ROSS SIMMONDS exposes this as well as other sales assumptions that don’t always turn out to be correct.
A small jewellery store recently discovered that, according to Google, it had closed. The situation reminds COLEBY NICHOLSON of Monty Python’s ‘Not dead yet’ sketch.
The psychology of choice is an important factor when designing a website. GRAHAM JONES believes retailers should take cues from the world of online dating – where an abundance of choice can be a disadvantage.
Traditional retailers can learn much about creating better experiences online by leveraging those provided in their physical stores. EZRA CHASSER discusses the fine art of blending online and offline engagement.
The latest edition of Swarovski Gems’ annual forecast of design trends has been released. Gem Visions is an attempt to look into a crystal ball and predict the hottest styles for jewellery lovers, designers and retailers.
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