Uneek Jewelry Gets GMP Approval
Los Angeles, CA – Uneek Jewelry Inc. has received the stamp of approval for Good Manufacturing Practice and has been deemed GMP Compliant by SGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company.
For months, every stage of Uneek Jewelry’s manufacturing operation and staff were subjected to thorough testing and scrutiny by a group of quality auditors from SGS, recognized as the authority and global benchmark for quality and integrity. Uneek’s documentations for processes, logs and recordkeeping, procedures, facility, products, materials, organization, management, leaders, team members, and every aspect of operation were dissected and examined.
Benjamin Javaheri, Uneek’s award-winning founder and designer, says, “It’s all worth our time and effort to ensure quality at every stage of the process.
“I could not be more proud of my team and our operations. For more than 20 years, our brand has always been a pioneer, not just in design and craftsmanship, but also in exceeding customer expectations and in going all-out in maintaining high quality standards. We stand behind each and every piece we make. We are committed in protecting our retail partners and the consumer. We open our facility for retail partners to visit and we share with them how meticulous a journey we take in making our jewelry.”
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Smart Age Solutions, Buyer Legends Team Up To Improve Conversions
New York, NY—Smart Age Solutions is proud to announce its new alliance with Buyer Legends, LLC. Together, Buyer Legends and Smart Age Solutions will introduce select luxury retailers and brands to strategies that will help them with a digital transformation that is centered on customers, not on technology.
Jeffrey Eisenberg, CEO of Buyer Legends, said, “Too many marketing agencies create fear, uncertainty, and doubt. Misinformation about digital marketing is rampant among agencies servicing jewelers. This hinders a jewelers’ ability to integrate their digital and retail customer experiences into their business plan.
“We’ve been asked many times to advise more jewelry clients. We held back because we couldn’t find an implementation partner. Smart Age Solutions is the only Premier Google Partner in the jewelry industry and doesn’t push customers for more budget simply to increase their fees. We can count on them to do the right thing.”
Emmanuel Raheb, CEO of Smart Age Solutions, said, “The Eisenbergs have been advising elite companies for two decades. I’ve read their books and admired them for years. When we met in person, their insights blew my mind. I want to make sure that my clients can take advantage of them.”
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Christopher Designs’ Customer Service Now Open Seven Days A Week
New York, NY—In an effort to meet the growing demands of independent retailers, Christopher Designs is expanding its customer service operation to seven days per week.
Hours of operation will be Monday through Friday, from 9:00 – 5:30pm eastern time and weekend hours will be 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time. During the week, retail clients will continue to call the main number, (212) 382-1013, and select the extension of their regular customer service representative. During weekend hours, retail clients should dialing the main number but press extension 2.
“We know a lot of business is conducted during the weekend by our family of fine jewelry retailers,” says Christopher Slowinski, CEO and president. “In order to help them close their sale, they need to have access to product information, pricing estimates and the ability to check order status. This is just another example of our commitment to providing support throughout the sale process.”
The weekend hours are effective immediately.
Forevermark, Padis To Open First Forevermark Brand Boutique In USA
Walnut Creek, CA—The first Forevermark branded boutique in the United States will open this November. Although it will have a Forevermark sign over the door and carry only Forevermark product (both bridal and fashion), the store will be owned and operated by Padis Jewelry, a prominent jeweler with four stores in the San Francisco Bay area. Padis is a longtime Forevermark retailer partner.
The brand/retailer partnership model is very similar to how other luxury jewelry and watch brands such as Rolex and Hearts On Fire have launched freestanding boutiques. Forevermark US CEO Charles Stanley called it the next step in the evolution of the brand and said Forevermark will contribute to the buildout in the same proportion it contributes to any Forevermark presence.
Brosway Italian Fashion Jewelry, Miami University of Art & Design Unveil Winning Student Designs
Miami, FL—Italian fashion jewelry brand Brosway celebrated its partnership with Miami International University of Art & Design (MIU) last week with the unveiling of design student Judith Cabrera’s contest-winning jewelry collection. The event took place July 26 at the Brosway flagship store in Miami.
Earlier this year, Cabrera (above right) was announced as the winner of a contest in which MIU students were challenged to design collection consisting of three jewelry pieces inspired by the Brosway brand pillars. Cabrera’s winning collection, titled “Worldhood,” was then produced by the brand. It includes four necklace designs, one bracelet, and four cufflink designs:
The July 26 celebration commenced with the unveiling of the collection, showcased in Brosway’s storefront windows at its Miami International Mall location, and offered guests a chance to meet the designer. Beatrice Beleggia, Brosway export & communication manager, and Charlene Parsons, academic director of fashion programs at MIU, also announced their plans to continue the partnership between the school and the jewelry brand.
The “Worldhood” collection is now available online at www.Brosway.us or at Brosway’s flagship in Miami International Mall.