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Monthly Overview
Hate your old stock? Get rid of it now!

Old product ties up cash and makes jewellery stores look tired. With the end of financial year looming, avoid old-stock stress and start moving those slow-selling items. Read more »
Revenue in the Asia-Pacific region declined for Tiffany & Co in the first quarter of 2016

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More sales declines for Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co’s sales in Asia-Pacific fell in the first quarter of 2016, with the company’s global results also taking a tumble. Read more »
The Oppenheimer Blue has set a new world auction record

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Oppenheimer Blue diamond smashes auction record

A fancy vivid blue diamond appears to have lived up to expectations, having set a new record price for any diamond, gemstone or piece of jewellery sold at auction. Read more »
(L-R) Bill Pulver, ARU CEO, and Toru Koizumi, Seiko Australia managing director

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Aussie jewellers to benefit from Seiko rugby deal

In a move expected to increase brand awareness in the local market, Seiko watches has expanded its partnership with Australian Rugby. Read more »
Consumers allege that Kay Jewelers has replaced their diamonds with lower-quality stones

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Jeweller accused of switching diamonds for fakes

A large jewellery retail chain has been accused of swapping customers’ diamonds for lower-valued stones while conducting work such as repairs, re-sizing and cleaning. Read more »

Soapbox & Opinions
We need to go big or go home

I’m a second-generation jeweller. I’m not technically qualified but rather am a family jeweller who has ‘learned on the job’ and who has earned the title of jeweller via satisfied customers. Read more »

Logged On
Instagram to Instaglam: Part 2

In the conclusion of a two-part series, DEBRA TEMPLAR outlines more tips and tricks for how jewellers can increase consumer engagement and foot traffic with visually friendly platform Instagram. Read more »

Tips on Selling
Gain repeat sales from last impressions: How to create return customers

Where does retail marketing start? No, not from a website, a telephone call or a coupon. BOB PHIBBS believes the best marketing begins when staff show how much they care at the end of a sale. Subscription required. Read more »

Management
Finding light in the darkness: Sell more in uncertain times

The perfect time to improve any business is when competitors are worried about the sky falling. SUE BARRETT says retailers can get the jump on doomsayers with analysis, preparation and training. Subscription required. Read more »

Tips on Selling
Want to have a sales culture like Apple? Read this

The media writes endlessly about the great cultures of the super-retailers like Apple and Amazon but where do independent retailers begin when they want to build triumphant cultures? IAN ALTMAN reports. Subscription required. Read more »

Feature Stories
Unlocking search psychology: how are your customers finding you?

In the digital age, businesses spend lots of time looking at the keywords shoppers use online but less energy determining why they choose them. SHELLY KRAMER says greater analysis of keyword selection might help to increase sales. Read more »

Gemstones
Repair tips for gem-set jewellery

An important skill for any bench jeweller is knowing how to minimise the risk of damage when working with gem-set jewellery. IAN DUN offers advice for managing gemstones in the workshop. Read more »
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Feature Stories
Stainless steel jewellery comes up trumps

With an array of unique selling propositions, EMILY MOBBS finds it’s becoming harder for retailers to resist the appeal of stainless steel. Read more »

Feature Stories
Hate your old stock? Here’s how to get rid of it

Old stock ties up cash, takes up space and makes stores look tired. DAVID BROWN discusses how to move slow-selling items and how to balance future ordering to stop stock waste and spark sales. Read more »
The JAA will conduct its own jewellery fair from 2017, ending its association with the International Jewellery Fair

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Sydney jewellery fair organiser hits back at JAA

The organiser of the International Jewellery Fair is seeking to “set the record straight” in response to the JAA’s announcement that it has ended ties with the event and will conduct its own show. Read more »

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