Articles by Ashley
Whatever stage of lockdown your area is in, if you’re unable to work in your studio during this crisis it is a great time to focus on your business. We have a few tips and ideas to help you out.
Quarantine and social distancing for so long getting you down? We’ve got a few ideas of things you can do during the Coronavirus shutdown.
Custom logo tags are an easy and affordable way to benefit your jewelry business. Read on to see how adding these tags can help your business succeed.
Jewelers hear the same advice over and over again, photography can literally make the difference between success and failure in the field. Quality images help you to get into more shows, receive better PR coverage, and ultimately sell more jewelry. However, getting professional photos isn't always easy. Read on for tips to hire a professional jewelry photographer.
Curious what makes handmade jewelry so different from mass-produced? Learn about the different categories of handmade jewelry and some of the techniques for each one.
Hiring your first jewelry business assistant is a huge step in your business’ growth! It can also make you nervous as you think about inviting someone else into your design process. We talked to jewelers who have been there, either as a new boss or as a studio assistant to give you tips on making this big step successful.
Marketing jewelry on Facebook isn’t always an easy task, but with a few tips you’ll be well on your way to success.
The annual Halstead Grant is now calling for entries from new jewelry businesses! Learn all about the requirements and prizes.
Nearly every business across all industries has to deal with customer complaints. It’s a natural side effect of being a business owner unfortunately. But knowing how to deal with complaints can make or break your business. We talked to a few jewelry business owners for their best advice on how to handle customer complaints.
We have developed great relationships with jewelry making schools all over the country. They offer a range of 1 day workshops to multi-week classes with experienced instructors.