Siobhan joined Retail Jeweller as deputy editor in June 2016. Prior to this Siobhan was with P&A Agencies, the UK distributor for German jewellery brand Coeur de Lion. An English graduate from the University of Bangor, Siobhan gained a wide variety of journalism experience with a range of websites and local papers before working with P&A Agencies
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Store Design: London JewelersSubscription
American family business London Jewelers has renovated its East Hampton store, ushering in a new wave of high-end retail. Siobhan Holt chats to the design team.
Easter failed to deliver a boost to online retail sales, with April recording sales growth of just 5.2% Year-on-Year (YoY), according to the latest IMRG Capgemini eRetail Sales Index.
Gang raid north London jewellery storeSubscription
Five men have been arrested following a daylight burglary yesterday (May 20) at Amir Jewellery in Maida Vale, London.
Managing director of Drakes Jewellers, John Hirshman, has won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Plymouth Business Awards 2019.
Watchshop retains top spot in online rankingSubscription
Online retailer Watchshop is once again top of the online watch market, despite a 1% decrease in visibility over the past year, according to the Watch Retailers Insight report.
The Watches of Switzerland Group has announced a partnership with the national charity, The Prince’s Trust.
Diamnet offers free PC to retailersSubscription
Online diamond trading platform Diamnet is offering a free PC to all retailers who sign up to its Online Diamond Showroom package throughout May and June.
Richemont Group sees sales grow by 27%Subscription
Swiss luxury goods group Richemont, the parent company of jewellery and watch brands including Cartier, IWC and Jaeger-LeCoultre, announced a profit rise in its full-year report, the first since it acquired Watchfinder and the Yoox Net-A-Porter ecommerce group (YNAP) in 2018.
The Game of Thrones actor, Sophie Turner, is the latest celebrity to front Louis Vuitton’s jewellery campaign.
82,400 businesses appeal against rates overhaulSubscription
According to recent figures, 82,400 properties in England, including shops, restaurants and public sector buildings, have lodged appeals against business rates since the system was revaluated in 2017.