Jewellery Industry News & Analysis
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The most wonderful windows of the year…
With Christmas only next week, we have been admiring all of the wonderful Christmas window displays from CMJ retailers. Despite lockdown 2.0, where most retailers had to remain closed until early December, there has still been such positive festive feel…Read Article
Small Business Saturday – more important this year than ever before?
Now in its eighth year in the UK, the Small Business Saturday campaign has grown significantly each year, with an estimated £800m spent in small businesses across the UK on 2019’s Small Business Saturday. This year, Small Business Saturday takes place on 5 December…Read Article
Your jeweller will see you now…
Last week we held a virtual Growth & Learning Network meeting for CMJ retailers, where amongst other topics, attendees discussed retail strategies for the next few weeks in light of the recent second lockdown in England. During the meeting, Gemma…Read Article
10 Top Tips for Online Retail
At yesterday’s CMJ virtual Growth & Learning Network meeting, we invited guest speaker Chris Carroll from digital agency MGC to give retailers his top tips for selling online and increasing engagement with customers on social media. He gave 10 tips…Read Article
Are you all set for an early Christmas?
With the effects of Covid-19 already affecting traditional retail by driving a surge in online shopping, and with footfall remaining low due to social distancing measures – and with regional lockdowns in place or threatened on top of this –…Read Article