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Jos Skeates co-founder of award-winning jewellers EC One gives his tips on the small changes jewellery businesses can make to become more sustainable.
With sustainability the hot topic of the moment, Stephen Welfare of lawyers Royds Withy King, considers how concerned consumers really are.
Founder and creative director, Rachel Jackson London
Social media executive, Broadway Silversmiths
Following an event held in London last week Jean-Marc Lieberherr chief executive of the Diamond Producers Association (DPA) discusses findings from an independent report by TRUCOST ESG Analysis (part of the S&P Global), commissioned by the DPA, on the socioeconomic and environmental impact of modern, large scale diamond mining.
With the deadline to enter the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) annual awards fast approaching, NAJ chief executive Simon Forrester considers why entering can only be a good thing for your business.
Does your brand have a consistent tone? The William Agency founder Sarah Jordan offers some pointers.
As ITE Exhibitions rebrands to Hyve, Jewellery & Watch event director, Kirsty Broere, explains how the company plans to rejuvenate the trade show market for 2020 and beyond.
When I joined Retail Jeweller in June 2014 the jewellery industry and the UK high street were very different places. Fashion jewellery brands like Pandora were, it seemed, a licence to print money and trade shows were not-to-be-missed events where almost everyone congregated to view the latest collections and place orders.
Jos Skeates co-founder of award-winning jewellers EC One debates the merits of Fairtrade and Recycled gold.
Tailoring your offer to a very specific customer base can pay off. The William Agency founder Sarah Jordan considers the benefits of quirky capsule marketing models.
In what has been another unprecedented month for the high street, with premium womenswear retailers Karen Millen and Coast acquired by fast-fashion ecommerce giant Boohoo, and lifestyle brand Jack Wills sold to Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct empire, one might be correct in thinking that there are no certainties any more when it comes to UK retail.