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Pandora’s management merry-go-round continues

Following several other high-profile exits, Pandora International’s chief operating officer (COO) Jeremy Schwartz has tendered his resignation, ahead of the imminent commencement of new president and CEO Alexander Lacik. Read more »
A man has been charged after police seized $200,000 worth of stolen jewellery from a Perth store

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Police seize $200,000 in suspected stolen jewellery at Perth store

WA Police have raided a second-hand jewellery shop in West Perth, which was believed to be stocked with stolen goods. Read more »
Georgini has joined West End Collection as its first in-house jewellery business

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West End Collection expands further; acquires Georgini

After six months of discussions, West End Collection has acquired Georgini. The purchase includes assets and stock, intellectual property and the Georgini name. Read more »
Michael Hill has announced its quarterly financial results on the back of its new retail strategy

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Michael Hill sales slump, but company shows signs of improvement

Releasing its quarterly trade update recently, Michael Hill International revealed that same-store sales shrunk 1.5 per cent and total sales 0.8 per cent year-on-year. The share price slipped 7 cents to 60 cents in the wake of the news. Read more »
A clumsy thief is caught on camera dropping stolen jewellery during a late-night raid in Perth.

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Bumbling thieves sought in Perth

April Fools’ Day was aptly named for two West Australian men, who were caught on CCTV fumbling a break-in on 1 April. Read more »

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Man sentenced over Nowra robberies

Wollongong man Kiall Stephen Powell, also known as Kiall Nebauer, has been sentenced to 12 months in jail for a series of robberies committed on the NSW south coast in March. Read more »

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Thai gems and jewellery industry expects growth

The Thai gems and jewellery industry is expecting growth this year despite an international economic slowdown. The news comes following last month’s Bangkok Gems and Jewellery Fair (BGJF) which, according the organiser, boasted more than 14,000 visitors from 118 countries. Read more »

Management
Signs you have a terrible employee

It’s not easy to admit when an employee is inadequate at their role. ELIZABETH BOYD shares tips on how to identify poor work qualities and improve workplace culture. Read more »
Baker's delight embraces a good cause

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Cause and effect: Mastering cause marketing

Aligning with a charity was once a great way to promote product – but is no longer enough to impress customers. MEGAN BRENIG discusses how brands can overcome consumer scepticism about cause marketing. Read more »
Are discounts really worth it?

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The hidden cost of discounting

It’s the oldest trick in the book – retailers who lower their prices will increase their sales. The concept seems simple enough, but BARRY URQUHART questions whether it works, and if it’s really worth it. Read more »
The 80/20 rule – AKA The Pareto Principle

Management
The 80/20 rule: What can it do for you?

The 80/20 rule stipulates that a small part of a business will be contributing a large portion of overall revenue. DAVID BROWN explains how to use this economic principle to get the best out of your business. Read more »
Improve your search results with image optimisation

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Optimise your images to climb Google ranks

Effective SEO is the first step to customers finding you online but, for retailers, optimising images can drive your digital marketing strategy one step further – and it’s never been easier to get it right. LILIAN SUE reports. Read more »

Gemstones
Organic gems part 1: Amber

Organic gems are a group of relatively rare and decorative materials that have an animal or plant origin. Amber is fossilised tree resin prized for its rich golden hues. When plant or animal fragments are suspended within the material, they can offer a fascinating peek into our planet’s primordial past. Read more »

ARA
Penalty rates proposal has major flaws

The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) is opposed to the Victorian Labor Government’s proposal to enshrine excessive public holiday penalty rates into law, which would lead to significant negative impacts for retailers and employees alike amid tough trading conditions and restrained spending. Read more »

Feature Stories
What was making news 10 years ago?

A snapshot of the industry events that made news headlines in the April 2009 issue of Jeweller. Read more »

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