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Pandora: The beginning of the end

Pandora Australia recently announced its latest round of account closures as it seeks to reduce its retail distribution. The company sent emails to the affected independent stockists in the second week of June and then immediately attempted to allay the fears of its remaining stockists. Read more »

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Beware of being caught up in jewellery marketing jargon

Regular readers will be aware that I am not a fan of buzzwords. You know the type of thing – terms such as thought leader, empower, sea change, drill down, engagement and journey, just to name a few. And it’s even worse when it’s politically correct marketing jargon. Read more »

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There's nothing easy about e-commerce

While most people are stuck with the notion that their store should, or must, have full e-commerce capabilities, COLEBY NICHOLSON has something to say. Read more »

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JAA accounting investigation continues

The Institute of Public Accountants’ (IPA) investigation into concerns over the ‘audit’ of the JAA’s 2017 Financial Statements is continuing. Read more »
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Page #1 of Google; Hot Diggity Dog!

Many business owners believe that despite having a proficient website, it should also be on the top search results. COLEBY NICHOLSON talks about SEO keywords, Google search, rankings and if there truly is any value getting businesses on Google's first page. Read more »

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But hang on...

COLEBY NICHOLSON talks about the battle between the online and traditional sectors and shares some good points as to why traditional jewellers should be pushing harder to strengthen their positions in the market. Read more »

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When there is no ker-ching; changing times call for changing attitudes

There’s no doubt that the jewellery industry will see some major shifts in 2018 - after all, they have already started. Change is happening all around us now but I have often said that these substantiative shifts take time to flow through to jewellery. Read more »

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Unanswered questions at JAA AGM

The JAA’s annual general meeting took place on 15 November in Sydney and, apart from electing a new board, one of the other tasks was to present the financial statements for the year ending 30 June. Read more »

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Understanding this rollercoaster ride

As 2017 draws to an end, it’s hard to recall a more eventful year for the Australian jewellery industry. It has undergone massive change and it’s difficult to know in which direction it’s headed. In fact, many would argue that the local market has experienced the greatest change on record. Read more »

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Jewellers Association needs a Brexit

It’s time for the Australian jewellery industry to bring about its own Brexit. With the upcoming AGM scheduled for 15 November, I believe current Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) president Selwyn Brandt must leave (exit) the board if the industry is to become united and cohesive. Read more »

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Is smart jewellery a smart idea?

Wearable technology is evolving to look a lot like jewellery but should it be classified as such? COLEBY NICHOLSON asks if this expanding, fashion-focused category has a place in the industry. Read more »

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It’s time for Brandt and JAA to move on

It was great to see Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) president Selwyn Brandt recently calling for a “single united voice” to represent and lead the jewellery industry. Read more »


 


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