News and Articles About Jewelry
Dilek Sezen used to spend months designing each of her high-end earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Then, she discovered the 3-D printer.
Eighteen-year-old Bella Weems started her business to save up for a car but now with more than 60,000 independent sellers across the nation and millions in revenue, this teenage entrepreneur has her sights set on bigger things.
Grow Your Business
In 2002, Kendra Scott started a business selling handcrafted earrings door to door. Last year, Kendra Scott Design took in $75 million in revenue and is opening new locations across the country.
Andreessen Horowitz led the Series A round for Ringly, which makes rings that discretely flash and vibrate to signify smartphone notifications.
Wearable tech is getting a high-design makeover.
The intention behind the odd marketing move, an exec claims, is to bring the storied crystal maker back down to earth.
Far Out Tech
This high-tech necklace is made out of light and morphs with your every move. You have to see it to believe it.
The move signals a democratization of the uber-elite art and collectibles market, as well as growing consumer confidence in online shopping.
Computer-aided design lets U.S. companies customize products domestically without a need for keeping a large inventory.
It's not just for geeks anymore.
Ringly connects to your iOS or Android phone and can send alerts to you for everything from meetings to Uber.
Two investment bankers turned jewelry retailers offer five lessons on how to build customer loyalty for your retail business.
The site will be used for domestic crystal production and require 1,300 additional construction jobs.
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