Jewellery Industry News & Analysis
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Get your foot in the door: top tips to increase footfall
According to Statista, due to the Covid-19 crisis and social distancing measures introduced by the government, retail footfall following March 2020 saw an unprecedented fall. But even before that, UK’s high streets were having a tough time. Since the reopening…Read Article
ICatcha’s top tips for a perfect Christmas window display🎄
Christmas is fast approaching and it’s that wonderful time of year again to dress your windows for the festive season. We spoke to Gill Segar from CMJ supplier iCatcha to get her top tips on how to ‘wow’ with your…Read Article
How to collaborate with local businesses
Teaming up with other local businesses can benefit both your own store and the one you have partnered with. Successful local retail collaborations ideally result in both businesses seeing more customers and more sales. The key to making it work…Read Article
Independent Retailer Month – how to get involved
Independent Retailer Month takes place every July, and it could be said that this year it is more important than ever before. As a result of coronavirus, 64% of people want to support local businesses and buy local products, with…Read Article
How to retain customers that you acquired during the pandemic
As one year has passed since the first national lockdown in England, it is fair to say that retail has experienced one of its toughest and most turbulent years in history. With non-essential stores forced to close and open their…Read Article