Columnist Lilian Raji wants to walk you through the customer journey. But first, she’d like you to answer a few questions.
GemIntro is meant to give a broad introduction to gems and gemology.
Three industry experts discuss “recycled” gold vs. mined, their challenges and benefits, and how jewelers can navigate the area.
In the latest article from The Smart Lab, Emmanuel Raheb outlines the website changes jewelers can expect with this new software.
Registration for the June 9 event at the Westin Hotel is now open.
Duvall O’Steen and Jen Cullen Williams explore what the metaverse could mean for luxury in their latest Creative Connecting column.
Color Source Gems’ Jeremy Chalchinsky covered authentic advertising, anti-discrimination policies, and more during an AGS Conclave session.
Peter Smith reflects on the connections he’s made during his time off and explains why change is so hard for everyone.
The opening keynote will dive into the innovative platforms and technologies changing how retailers engage with customers.
Hurdle is a fourth-generation jeweler at her family’s store, Hurdle’s Jewelry in Boulder, Colorado.
De Beers is supporting the initiative.
Peter Smith shares thoughts on the importance of empathy, being honest, investing in employees, and avoiding groupthink.
The 34th, and final, conference for jewelers is scheduled for May 22-25 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Association for the Study of Jewelry & Related Arts will host its annual conference virtually on May 21 and 22.
Emmanuel Raheb outlines four ways brick-and-mortar jewelers can utilize the profile to generate more business.
Duvall O’Steen and Jen Cullen Williams advise jewelers on adjusting their email marketing strategy in light of the recent Apple changes.
Laryssa Wirstiuk and Liz Kantner are offering the “Success with Jewelry” series.
The deadline for students enrolled in a jewelry program to apply is May 15.