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The Month In Review: May 2020 May 27, 2020 (0 comments)


Merrick, NY—As businesses slowly begin to reopen, the industry continued to adapt to a changed world in May. Jewelers unsurprisingly reported a slow Mothers’ Day, but said it wasn’t nearly as bad as it could have been. Economic concern is growing: jewelers’ confidence slipped a few points from April’s survey but overall remains positive. Meanwhile, in the absence of in-person gatherings industry organizations quickly transitioned to online meetings and education, ramping up offerings significantly. In case you missed any, here were the top news stories from May:

The Centurion Mothers’ Day Sales Index, COVID-19 Edition: The Sky’s Not Falling

As Gold Demand Falls, Will Really It Hit $3,000?

Reopening Soon? Security Advice From JSA Following COVID-19 Closures

A River Runs Through It: A Letter From De Beers CEO Bruce Cleaver To The Diamond Industry

Now Is The Time to Engage Consumers With Diamonds

Surviving Covid-19

H2 Events Announces Online Roundtables For The Jewelry Industry

Manos A Manos: Industry Leader Builds A Mask Movement From His Dining Room

Laura Stanley’s Online Shopping Party Gains New Customers, Benefits Food Bank

Love Is Not Cancelled! Spicer-Greene Has Great Success With Online Mothers’ Day Event

Employee Shot In Texas After Jewelry Store Reopens

In Memoriam: Robert Sears Siragusa And Linda Zimmer

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