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Road Show gets bigger
Australian Jewellery Road Show exhibitors Heidi Plentinger-Iveson, Colin Berger, Toni McDonald and Arthur Pike. The third annual Australian Jewellery Road…
Rich Americans prefer Tiffany
Tiffany & Co. is the jewellery brand most widely purchased by ultra-wealthy women in the US, according to the latest…
JAA partners with workplace lawyers
In order to meet jewellery retailers’ increasing concerns about changing employment laws, the JAA has turned to workplace relations consultancy,…
Federal Court finds Zamel’s guilty
The Federal Court has found The Jewellery Group Pty Ltd, the company which operates the Zamel’s jewellery chain, guilty of…
60 new suppliers head to JAA Fair
Over 250 Australian and international jewellery suppliers, including over 60 new exhibitors, will showcase their latest jewellery and watch designs…
ICA opens membership to retailers
Twenty-eight years after its formation, the International Colored Gemstone Association has opened its doors to jewellery retailers with “associate memberships”.…
Budget fails retailers
Last week's Federal Budget has failed to provide "long-lasting support" for struggling retailers, according to the Australian Retailers Association.
Watchmaker takes over JD Glassing
Melbourne-based watchmaker and repairer, A Watch in Time, has added glass cutting to its list of services for jewellery retailers.
Jewellers face more challenges
The recession isn't the only challenge facing American jewellery retailers, according to a new study by Unity Marketing.
JAA issues warning to online jewellery retailers
All JAA retailers selling jewellery and gemstones on the internet should list GST-inclusive prices, according to JAA CEO Ian Hadassin.
US jewellers report fall in profits
Retail jewellery sales in the US dropped an average of 3.5 percent last year, according to the Jewelers of America…
Top 100 European jewellers named
Jewellers of Europe has launched the Top 100 guide to Europe's biggest jewellery retailers