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The Month In Review: April 2020 April 29, 2020 (0 comments)

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Merrick, NY—The coronavirus pandemic dominated news for the second straight month, as jewelers nationwide had to lock their doors and convert to doing business online. Although sales have taken a significant hit, the good news is that better jewelers are still doing business and generally feel confident about the future. But the virus claimed three more jewelers’ lives, the Las Vegas jewelry shows won’t be happening this year, and the Basel fair’s future is in doubt altogether after Rolex and other key watch brands got fed up and left to start a new exhibition in Geneva. 

Here were the top stories from April:

In Memoriam: Mark VuonoRandy FlatauRosemarie Cillo, Manny Gordon, Iraj Yonatan NamdarLucia Greene, David O’Donnell 

2020 Couture Show Is CanceledJCK Cancels Las Vegas Events

Food For Thought: Wilson & Son’s Efforts Fuel Front Line Virus Fight

Centurion Helps Hometown Hospitals With Donation Of Elastic

Top-Level Rolex Exec Pushes Back On Baselworld’s Planned January Dates And 2020 Refund Policy

Survey: Most Better Jewelers Remain Confident Despite Pandemic

As Business Moves Online In COVID Crisis, Jeweler Warns To Beware Of Check Fraud

Time’s Up! Rolex, Patek, Other Key Watch Brands Exit Baselworld, Create New Show With SIHHLVMH Exits Basel

How Long Will The Bear Market Last?

How to Sell To The Clueless Male Jewelry Shopper

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