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The Month In Review: October November 02, 2016 (0 comments)


Merrick, NY—October brought news of another legendary jeweler closing its doors, while a Florida jeweler shared its can-do spirit in the face of Hurricane Matthew approaching. October also saw the reveal of the industry’s first generic diamond marketing initiative in more than a decade, while pundits continue to try and figure out what makes Millennials tick. The Swiss watch industry went from darling of the luxury market a few years ago to worrying about its future, but four trusted holiday sales forecasts predict a pretty good holiday season for luxury jewelers.

In case you missed any, here were the top stories of October:

Three Optimistic Holiday Forecasts Say Consumers Ready To Spend Big; Want Easy, Digital, And Local

Bain Forecasts 3.5% To 3.9% Growth In Holiday Retail Sales

Inside Stanley Jewelers’ Going-Out-Of-Business Sale

New ‘Real Is Rare’ Campaign Departs From Standard Diamond Marketing Fare

New Research Shows More Reasons Why The Jewelry Industry Struggles With Millennials

We’re Battening Down The Hatches For Hurricane Matthew

1970s Redux? Swiss Watch Industry Sees North America As Savior In Downward Spiral

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