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How responsible is the Responsible Jewellery Council?

The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) has experienced a tsunami of high-profile member cancellations, all questioning the management, or mismanagement, of Alrosa’s RJC membership. This may just be the tip of the iceberg. Read more »

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Paradigm Shift: The Great Retail Reset

While the harbingers of doom like to paint a dire picture of the future of retailing - aided by closed stores, empty shelves, lack of staff and economic instability – the wise note that, with great challenges come new opportunities. The pandemic may have simply catalysed a long-overdue ‘great retail reset’ which has helped savvy retailers rebirth. Read more »
Google is working on a smartwatch that is set to launch in 2022  year as the search giant picks up steam in the wearable-tech space where Apple and Samsung have dominated. <b>Image:</b> Conceptual renders by John Prosser x Ian Zelbo

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Google to go head-to-head with Apple for smartwatch market

Eight years after confirming that it was entering the watch market, albeit via Android Wear – an extension of the Android operating system into wearable technology – rumours are rife that Google is about to launch its own smartwatch under the Pixel brand. Read more »
From its first launch in 2015, the Apple Watch has come a long way. From 'disrupting' the traditional Swiss watch industry, to plunging 90 per cent in sales, the product has made waves and have forever changed the landscape of watches and wearables. <b>Image:</b> Apple Explained

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Apple Watch speculation; 10 years on from the first predictions

It's 10 years since Jeweller first examined the possibility of Apple entering the watch market. While CEO Tim Cook launched the Apple Watch in April 2015, there had been speculation about the product many years before. Read more »
Strong jewellery sales helped boost Costco’s internationbal Q4 e-commerce revenue by almost nine per cent, according to Richard Galanti, chief financial officer of Costco.

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Costco's diamond and jewellery sales boom; history in the courts

When Costco opened its first Australian store in 2009, few people would have believed that the US-style, large-format supermarket chain would offer diamonds and jewellery among the meat and vegetables aisles, let alone that they would become a major product range. Read more »
Earlier this year, Tiffany & Co sparked controversy when it launched the "Not Your Mother's Tiffany" guerilla-style campaign in New York City and Los Angeles. <b>Images:</b> Sharif Hamza for Tiffany; street photography Maxwell Schiano via Business of Fashion

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Tiffany & Co. problems continue: French-US rivalry causes confusion

When French luxury conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) acquired Tiffany & Co. in January, LVMH management immediately signalled that big changes were afoot, whether customers liked them or not. Read more »
Have you considered whether a rising gold price negatively impacts gold jewellery sales, or is there a counter-intuitive occurrence where gold jewellery sales increase when the gold price increases? <b>Image:</b> Blackpink's Rosé for Tiffany & Co.

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Golden Connection: the ups and downs of gold jewellery in a topsy-turvy world

Consumers see the price of gold reported on a daily basis, and in recent times that price has been rising. Does this negatively impact sales of gold jewellery, or is there a counter-intuitive occurrence; gold jewellery sales increase when the gold price increases? Read more »
Following the closure of his multi-level-marketing business JN Jewellery, Jesper Nielsen has come under further fire as his fraught history with Pandora comes to light.

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Jesper Nielsen under fire from ambassadors as business 'history' comes to light

Following Jeweller’s report on the abrupt closure of multi-level-marketing (MLM) jewellery business JN Jewellery, many people came forward with additional information and complaints about its founder Jesper 'Kasi' Nielsen, a former Pandora Jewelry executive. Read more »
Jesper Nielson - "A simple and unconventional approach to business". Image Credit: Niels Hougaard

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Former Pandora executive accused of abandoning latest jewellery company

Jesper Nielsen, a former Pandora Jewelry executive who, in 2013, founded the now-defunct Danish brand Endless Jewelry, has been accused of abandoning 'staff’ in his latest venture, JN Jewelry. Read more »

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JAA's fall from grace: 2020 State of the Jewellery Industry Report

Part four of Jeweller’s analysis of the Australian jewellery industry explores and tracks how the JAA fell from grace from a once-proud association to a shadow of its former self, representing a small percentage of the industry. Read more »

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Buying Groups through the Pandemic - 2020 State of the Industry Report: In-depth update of Australia's jewellery buying groups over a decade

Following a year of unprecedented upheaval, Jeweller revisited the four jewellery industry buying groups profiled in our March report to explore how they have adapted and supported members throughout COVID-19. Read more »

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2020 in a Nutshell: Top Headlines and Births, Deaths & Marriages

What have you been reading? Revisit 2020's most popular stories and headlines on Jewellermagazine.com by category: Read more »

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Brand & Deliver - 2020 State of the Jewellery Industry: 10 Year Report on Australia's branded jewellery and watch stores

Part two of Jeweller’s analysis of the jewellery and watch industries explores how international brands have expanded their presence in the Australian market – and how the brand-only store model has increased competition with independent retailers. Read more »

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Pandora Jewellery relaunch begins to pay dividends

Pandora’s launch last month of a limited-edition range of Star Wars-themed jewellery, designed in partnership with production company Lucasfilm, could be helping boost its share price on the Nasdaq Copenhagen. Read more »
The year 2020 has been devastating to many businesses, but Pandora may be turning things around.

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Pandora through the pandemic: a turnaround in the making?

The past few years have not been kind to the Danish jewellery giant Pandora; however, things could be starting to look up. Read more »

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