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The Month In Review: August 2020 August 26, 2020 (0 comments)


Merrick, NY—As jewelers continue to adapt to a new normal, gold shot through the $2,000 barrier but indicators look good for jewelry sales in general as consumers are seeking meaningful gifts of lasting value. A night of looting in Chicago damaged some jewelry stores, and the industry lost three beloved leaders, tool manufacturer Roger Gesswein, jewelry manufacturer Nancy Brewer, and attorney Peter Berger. In case you missed any, here were the top news stories of August:

Gold Blasts $2,000 Barrier Following Beirut Explosion; Keeps Climbing

Diamonds Do Good Convenes Key Global Leaders To Address The Future

In Memoriam: Roger Gesswein Jr., Former 24 Karat Club Chairman,  Peter L. Berger, Renowned Intellectual Property Attorney, and Nancy Brewer, Trailblazing Designer And Women’s Advocate

JR Dunn Jewelers Hosts Epic Billboard Proposal Giveaway

Quick Ways To Improve Your Video Calls

De Beers’ Latest Insight Report Finds Diamonds Will Matter A Lot In The New Normal

Another Consumer Survey Reveals Good News For Jewelry Buying Post-COVID

July Retail Sales Up, But Retail Foot Traffic Dips Again

Getting Back To Normal, Part 1 and Part 2: Sales Tips From Retailers And Vendors

Tactical Ways To Grow Your Business, Part 1 and Part 2

How The COVID-19 Pandemic Revealed Structural Weaknesses in The Diamond And Jewelry Industry

100 Arrested for Looting In Chicago Monday; Jewelers Hit Again

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