The Month In Review: July
July 31, 2019 (0 comments)
Merrick, NY—Heat waves and the dog days of summer brought a series of new consumer studies showing the online challenges jewelers are most worried about are not quite as bad as they seem, but other societal shifts could prove more troubling to the industry long-term. We bid a sad farewell to designer Katharine James and writer Robyn Hawk, and the Jewelers’ Security Alliance warned that if your power goes out, it’s probably not a random occurrence. In case you missed any, here were the top stories in July:
Young Millennials, Gen-Z Say Engagement Ring Should Cost $2500 Or less
JSA Warns Of Power Outages As Prelude To Burglary
Another Retail Study Says “Less Stuff, More Concern For Social Issues”
Forevermark Launches New Bridal Campaign, “I Take You, Until Forever”
Is The Demise Of Traditional Retail Overrated?
Argyle Launches 2019 Pink Tender As Mine Prepares To Close
In Memoriam: Designer Katharine James; Remembering Robyn Hawk
For Jewelry, Brick And Mortar Stores’ Future Shines
Forest, Meet Trees: Going Back To Basics Moves Diamonds For This Jeweler
Creating Sales From Thin Air: What Unusual Opportunities Can You Tap Into?