Month: July 2021

Trends and Fashion

Ankle Bracelets: This Summer’s Solution for the Client Who Has Everything

What to show your clients who have a ring for every finger, a necklace and bracelet for every occasion, and enough earrings...

Good News

Meet the Jewelry Brand Empowering Homeless Women

Amy Peterson never set out to start a jewelry brand. Since childhood, she had her sights set on becoming the first female general...

Trends and Fashion

5 Must-See Jewels at NYC’s Natural History Museum’s New Gem Halls

The newly redesigned and reinstalled Allison and Roberto Mignone Halls of Gems and Minerals at the American Museum of Natural History in New...

Retail

Agenda: August’s Top Jewelry Industry Events

As the U.S. slowly reopens following the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, more jewelry and gem trade events are returning to live, in-person...

Good News

Black in Jewelry Coalition President Annie Doresca on BIJC’s Challenges and Triumphs

The Black in Jewelry Coalition, a consortium of Black professionals dedicated to the inclusion and advancement of Black professionals in the gem and...

The Zing Report - How to Make a Disaster Plan For Your Jewelry Business
JM Intel

How to Make a Disaster Plan For Your Jewelry Business

Jewelry trade shows and wedding season aren’t the only signs of summer. Severe storms and natural disasters become widespread once temperatures start rising....

JM Intel

The 5-Step Rooftop Burglary Procedure Criminals Use & What You Can Do to Stop It

In 2019, the Jewelers Security Alliance received reports of 34 rooftop burglaries from 15 states, compared to 9 rooftop burglaries from seven states...

Retail

Watch Out! D.C.’s Tiny Jewel Box Expands its Rolex and Patek Philippe Showrooms

Washington D.C.’s political elite love luxury watches. A Swiss-made timepiece is as common a sight on the Senate floor, in Capitol Hill boîtes,...