A new national tenancy database that will assist jewellers in negotiating lease agreements with landlords has been given the green light by government...
International luxury group Richemont has won a court order that will require internet service providers to block access to websites that sell counterfeit...
The owner of Australian fashion jewellery chain Lovisa is reportedly looking to take the business public within the next few months.
Kailis Australian Pearls has hosted a series of lavish launch events across the country to commemorate the release of its first new jewellery range in...
A metal detector enthusiast has unearthed what is said to be one of the largest Viking gold and silver treasure discoveries in modern times.
A diamond jewellery business has become one of the latest contenders in the wearable technology arena, suggesting that this sector is no longer only the...
Pink Kimberley turns purple.
Peter W Beck extends its spectrum.
Julie Sandlau keeps its ear to the ground.
Twin Plaza Metals launches Names & Co.
Jet Empire embraces a dreamy sensibility.
Kailis Australian Pearls has hosted a series of lavish launch events across the country to commemorate the release of its first new jewellery range in two years. [read...]
Jewellery retailers Cartier and Tiffany & Co have once again made it into a global ranking of the world’s best brands. [read...]
Uberkate is said to have taken personalised jewellery to the next level with the launch of a new service that allows for an exact replica of a handwritten message to be engraved onto a piece of jewellery. [read...]
While rental reviews can be a sore point for jewellers, experts say a little knowledge about leasing laws can go a long way to knowing your rights and reducing your costs.
All sales teams make mistakes but what if it’s the sales manager who is causing these errors? Gretchen Gordon lists some common behavioural errors perpetrated by sales managers that directly affect sales.
Bold, statement pieces have dominated the fashion jewellery landscape for years but a completely different aesthetic is beginning to mark its territory and consumers are taking note. Are you?
Much can be learnt about building the perfect customer service experience from seemingly non-related industries. Adam Toporek takes to the high seas in search of service tips.
Although the future may not look bright for many manufacturing-based industries, Stephanie Chan discovered that’s not the case for JAA design award jewellers.
Brand ambassadors were once chosen for their beauty and popularity but Tennille Secomb discovers that no longer cuts it with today’s consumers. Technology has paved the way for a new kind of flag-bearer altogether.
Friday, 31 October, 2014 08:38pm