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The Ayres Team: (L to R) Paul Chaston, Roger Kennington, Steve Hopkins, John Zeppieri

Ayres acquires jewellery packaging competitor

Melbourne-based company Kenneth Ayres has acquired its competitor, Davies Ferguson. The deal announced on Sunday at the Sydney jewellery fair will see Davies Ferguson close after 30 years in business. Read more »

Georgini jewellery hits London and South Africa

Post-Sydney fair normally means suppliers can take a quick breather after the hectic three days but that’s not the case this year for Georgini’s national sales manager, Marissa Gouras who will be managing the brand’s international expansion. Read more »
Fashion models were a hit at the Sydney Fair

Fashion parades help raise brand awareness

The International Jewellery Fair closes today but the there has been plenty of activity during the Sydney fair’s first two days. Read more »
Expertise Events has signed a new 5-year agreement with the JAA

JAA re-signs with Expertise Events

Following a successive 20-year working relationship between Expertise Events and the Jeweller’s Association of Australia (JAA), a renewed contract has been signed for the Australian jewellery fairs for the next five years. Read more »
Shane Decker: 'Jewellers need more sales training.'

Jewellery retailers need more training

Although impressed with the quality of jewellery stores in Australia, US sales expert Shane Decker was shocked at the lack of training of retail staff. He says retailers have a lot to learn if they want to increase sales and profitability. Read more »
Who is Ken Raumati?

Who is Ken Raumati?

An email being circulated amongst members of the New Zealand jewellery industry has caused quite a stir and seems to continue a long-standing industry feud. Read more »
Iconic aim to bridge the gap between conventional and online retail

Iconic gives back to jewellery retailers

Iconic Jewellery is set to launch its brands online in an attempt to bridge the gap between conventional and online sales. Read more »
The JAA is adamant that members of the industry interact with eachother to maintain industry success

JAA introduces networking groups

The Jewellers Association of Australia has created two networking groups aimed at promoting the industry and boosting jewellers’ careers. Read more »
Robert, Kerry and Olivar Musson celebrate the opening of a new store in Sydney's coveted QVB

Jewellers defy the odds

Despite a difficult economic climate in the retail category, some jewellers are showing their resilience by opening new stores. Read more »
Michael Hill cotinues to go against the grain with soaring profits

Michael Hill jewellers reports soaring profits

Jewellery chain Michael Hill has reported a net profit of $34.4 million this financial year. Read more »
Sequel AG's CEO, Cindy Livingston (far left) enjoying the festivities at the GUESS launch

Guess watches CEO warns against constant discounting

The Australian watch market is in a different business cycle compared to the US - where the watch category is trading strongly, according to Guess Watches president and CEO, Cindy Livingston. Read more »
This week's Sydney fair, the year's most coveted event in the Australian jewellery industry

Final plans for Sydney Jewellery Fair

The three-day International Jewellery Fair opens on Sunday and while buying groups are expecting record attendances a number of last minute plans are being finalised. 
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