Feedback has revealed relatively flat trading for the 2016 Christmas period; however, results appear to have met industry expectations as jewellers adjust...
Five people have been arrested in relation to the brazen armed robbery that occurred at IMP Jewellery in Toorak, Melbourne.
Jewellery stores across Melbourne have been prime targets of armed robberies, with a spate of brazen heists taking place in the past month.
Following industry confusion last year, the 2017 dates and venues of Thailand’s two independently organised jewellery fairs appear to have been finalised....
The Australian Merlin diamond mine located in the Northern Territory has yielded several noteworthy stones just months after operations recommenced at...
After another hectic year and, as jewellery retailers are hoping for a busy Christmas and New Year trading season, COLEBY NICHOLSON reviews 2016 with his...
Ice-Watch heads back to the 1970s.
Garmin combines technology and style.
Danish Design strikes a bold look.
Police strikes in succession.
Sekonda is feeling colourful.
Guess Watches keeps it iconic.
After another hectic year and, as jewellery retailers are hoping for a busy Christmas and New Year trading season, COLEBY NICHOLSON reviews 2016 with his annual list of the industry’s highs and lows. [read...]
The latest edition of the renowned Swarovski Gemstones trend forecast, designed to inspire jewellery designers, retailers and consumers, has arrived. [read...]
Australian jewellery buying groups and suppliers have announced strategies to help retailers capitalise on record consumer spending forecasts for Christmas. [read...]
While most people are familiar with the term “birthstone” and its association with a monthly calendar, do you know which one corresponds with each month? And perhaps more importantly, can you answer customer questions about gemstones? [read...]
The recent apology by industry magazine Jewellery World to event organiser Expertise Events would be laughable if it weren’t so serious. COLEBY NICHOLSON investigates the incident, the people involved and the subsequent fallout.
Christmas trading takes priority for jewellers at this time of year but why not also view the period as an opportunity to plan for increased profitability in 2017?
Managers who can identify signs that they’re not doing a great job will more easily improve as leaders. PAUL KEIJZER explains how monitoring staff can help determine where any shortcomings lie.
Synthetic diamonds were a hot topic at the Sydney jewellery fair, with a panel discussion taking place to address how this sector is impacting the local market.
The science of selling isn’t particularly deep and often the answer to improving sales is easier to find than jewellers might think. BOB PHIBBS sheds light on some obvious but often neglected areas.
The latest edition of the renowned Swarovski Gemstones trend forecast, designed to inspire jewellery designers, retailers and consumers, has arrived.
Tuesday, 24 January, 2017 01:58pm