The jewellery industry is growing at a rate of five to six per cent per year, but with changing customer preferences (not to mention the all-important millennial demographic), how can you ensure your store remains competitive, generates sales, and continue to offer an outstanding customer experience?
In the wake of recent break-in activity in Canada, jewellers are carefully assessing their unique vulnerability to attacks and asking themselves what needs to be done to properly protect their business.
There is little doubt about it: Hong Kong has become a prime destination for the gem and jewellery sector. This is evident in the record number of visitors who descended on the city this year to see the products offered at the twin shows sponsored by the HKTDC.
The fees charged by credit card companies have long been a thorn in the side of retailers. To really make a difference in your bottom line, it may work better to start thinking outside the box when it comes to how your customers pay.
The Canadian Gemmological Association has been a mainstay of the nation’s gem sector since it branched off from Gem-A 60 years ago, offering a plethora of educational opportunities and chances to connect.
Across industries, trade show business has declined substantially for the first time in 25 years. Trade shows still hold significant value and importance, but they need innovation. How can we make the experience more worthwhile for people?