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Image source: Benah Jewellery
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Jewellery industry’s latest challenge: pink diamonds

If you thought a pink diamond was a pink diamond, think again! Sure, there’s a world of difference between a natural and synthetic stone, but did you realise there’s also a world of difference between an Australian pink diamond and all others?

So how can you tell where your pink diamond came from? The September issue of Jeweller features an in-depth report about identifying the origin of pink diamonds, which is increasingly becoming a top priority for consumers.

Also this month, amidst the controversy regarding diamond ‘over-grading’ and subsequent banning of EGL reports, we look at solutions to better serve the industry and build greater consumer confidence.

Readers won’t want to miss our interview with Geoffrey Munn, one of the most widely recognised faces in jewellery. As a presenter on the hit program Antiques Roadshow, we discover there’s far more to this jewellery specialist than what’s seen on television.

There's a whole lot more in Australia and New Zealand’s Number #1 jewellery industry magazine, including plenty of useful advice that could help to improve sales and profitability.

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JEWELLER'S  SEPTEMBER ISSUE

Show & Tell


SYDNEY JEWELLERY FAIR LANDS INTERNATIONAL BIG WIGS
This year’s Sydney trade fair is set to provide jewellery retailers with sales-boosting advice through an educational program, which includes presentations from a number of high-profile international speakers. Read more.

 


EXCLUSIVE: SYDNEY FAIR PREVIEW
The 24th Sydney International Jewellery Fair is around the corner and Jeweller has the scoop on what visitors can expect from this year's event. Read more.
 

 


PRODUCTS AND EXHIBITORS PREVIEW
The International Jewellery Fair has a reputation for drawing out the latest and greatest products and services. In this special preview, Jeweller spills the beans on what will be showcased at the 2015 eventRead more.

DiAMOND FEATURES


 
DIAMOND GRADING GAMES

Amidst the controversy regarding diamond ‘over-grading’ and subsequent banning of EGL reports, GARRY HOLLOWAY presents solutions to better serve the industry and build confidence. Read more.

 


 
WHY AREN'T ALL PINK DIAMONDS EQUAL?

No gemstone on earth commands attention quite like the pink diamond, but successful identification and continuing production is raising challenges across the entire industry. BRANKO DELJANIN, DR ADOLF PERETTI and MATTHIAS ALESSANDRI report. Read more.

INTERVIEW


 
FAMOUS FACE, CELEBRATED HISTORY

Geoffrey Munn is widely recognised for his work on Antiques Roadshow but as MEGAN AUSTIN discovers, there is far more to this antique jewellery specialist than what is seen on television. Read more.

Business Features


 
THE VIRTUAL SALES ROOM

Today’s tech-savvy consumers are getting personal help at the click of a mouse. HEATHER MCCRACKEN reports on the new digital tools helping retailers put service into cyberspace. Read more.

 


 
PLAN, PURCHASE & PROFIT

In part one of a two-part look at profitable retailing, DAVID BROWN discusses the integral components of planning, purchasing and selling new products. Read more.

 



ROADSIDE JEWELLER RESIZES ON THE RUN
Who says jewellery-related tasks need to be completed in a traditional workshop? EMILY MOBBS speaks with one jeweller who has taken his passion to the streets. Read more.




THREE CRUCIAL QUESTIONS FOR SURVIVAL
Retail is predicated on well-established habits but breaking free of these is imperative for retailers looking for ways to engage the new breed of consumers. CHRIS PETERSEN reports. Read more.

 




GREAT WAYS TO RUIN A BRAINSTORM
Brainstorming remains an effective way to encourage group participation and drive ideas that solve difficult problems but there are right and wrong ways to conduct brainstorm meetings. PAUL SLOANE reports. Read more.



DIRECT MARKETING DONE RIGHT

Emailing prospective customers can be a bit like practising archery blindfolded. BOB PHIBBS discusses seven ways that retailers can ensure their email campaigns hit the mark to increase sales. Read more.



FOUR BENEFITS OF A UNIFIED SELLING PROCESS

Retail sales are about consistency – consistency of product, consistency of experience and consistency of execution. MATTHEW HUDSON discusses the benefits of unified sales approaches for any retail store. Read more.



TWEET LOUDLY, TWEET PROUDLY

Twitter projects 6,000 tweets every second so it’s easy to get lost in the din. However, jewellers can cut through the noise and wow followers with these tips from HARSH AJMERA. Read more.



GREAT WAYS TO RUIN A BRAINSTORM
Brainstorming remains an effective way to encourage group participation and drive ideas that solve difficult problems but there are right and wrong ways to conduct brainstorm meetings. PAUL SLOANE reports. Read more.



DIRECT MARKETING DONE RIGHT

Emailing prospective customers can be a bit like practising archery blindfolded. BOB PHIBBS discusses seven ways that retailers can ensure their email campaigns hit the mark to increase sales. Read more.



FOUR BENEFITS OF A UNIFIED SELLING PROCESS

Retail sales are about consistency – consistency of product, consistency of experience and consistency of execution. MATTHEW HUDSON discusses the benefits of unified sales approaches for any retail store. Read more.



TWEET LOUDLY, TWEET PROUDLY

Twitter projects 6,000 tweets every second so it’s easy to get lost in the din. However, jewellers can cut through the noise and wow followers with these tips from HARSH AJMERA. Read more.



GREAT WAYS TO RUIN A BRAINSTORM
Brainstorming remains an effective way to encourage group participation and drive ideas that solve difficult problems but there are right and wrong ways to conduct brainstorm meetings. PAUL SLOANE reports. Read more.



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