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The Month In Review: August August 29, 2018 (0 comments)

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Merrick, NY—As summer winds down, the U.S. jewelry industry began sorting through the FTC’s new rules, while across the pond both the Baselworld fair and bead brand Pandora scramble to get back on an even keel. A new clicks-and-bricks watch partnership gives high-end independents more ammunition to fight the online gray market for luxury watches. Three renowned American retailers announced plans to close, we tapped some new intel about Millennial spending habits, and the industry bid goodbye to sales training legend Orley Solomon. In case you missed any, here were the top stories from August:

DPA Responds To FTC Guides’ Updated Terminology

Consumers’ Two Most Important Diamond C’s Are Cut And Certificate

#JewelryToo: Progress, But Harassment Is Real And Women Lag In Leadership Roles

In Memoriam: Orley Solomon, Legendary Architect Of Ben Bridge’s Sales Training Program

Millennial Spending Set To Rocket: They Love Secondhand Goods and Entry Luxury Brands

New Luxury Watch E-Partnerships Launched

The Biggest Crime Threat To Jewelers

Texas Jeweler Green Bull Is Closing and A Big Month For Bankruptices

Cuts Announced At Pandora and  CEO Resigns

More Baselworld Woes

Free Webinar On How To Dominate Your Digital Landscape

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