In one of the smarter business deals of 2009 StarCraft has secured the exclusive rights to produce a licensed Guy Harvey line of jewelry. As an industry leader in the manufacturing field, StarCraft came up with the idea to design and manufacture a Guy Harvey signature line that represents the popular artist's passion for marine wildlife.
You may not know Buddy or his jewelry stores in North Carolina but one thing's for sure, you can't miss his car. With big diamond magnets strewn all over it, along with the logo for his most recent promotion, no one can miss Buddy's car - and that's exactly the point.
In the small, sleepy seaside town of New Bern, North Carolina lives a ‘gem' of a jewelry store. With 4400 square feet of store, more ‘bling' that you can blink an eye at, and a reputation for going beyond (think way beyond) what their customers expect, Hearne's Fine Jewelry has become a city tradition. As a second generation family-owned business, Hearne's proudly serves second and third generation customers; blurring the line between business and friendship. Hearne's is the epitome of a small-town business done in a big way.
(ATLANTA) - Tracking evenly with the August 2008 edition, the final attendance numbers at the August 8-10, 2009 Atlanta Jewelry Show was not the big news. Rather, it was reports of steady order-writing and growing retail attendance from outside the Show's traditional region that had exhibitors talking in the aisles at the Cobb Galleria Centre during the three-day show.
From his offices in Houston, Texas, jewelry industrialist Nasruddin Rupani is creating change on the other side of the world. He's giving back in a remarkable way, transforming the lives of people in mountainous areas of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
When childhood friends Nick Adamson and Joshua Griffin decided to open a jewelry business together, they wanted to explore the newest technology in product design, manufacturing and presentation as well as store design and marketing tools. These Panama City, FL based business owners wanted to do business "a new way." Both credit the Atlanta Jewelry Show with helping them get it all going when they started out.
(NEW YORK) - Jewelers of America (JA), the national trade association for businesses serving the fine jewelry retail marketplace, has announced it is redefining its relationship with the state and regional affiliate jewelers associations. The thirty-nine affiliate associations will have the opportunity to continue their relationships with Jewelers of America through new partnership agreements, which affiliate association presidents were notified about by June 16, 2009, via mail and personal calls.