For some there are not enough hours in the day and others need a day to catch up. So, what would you do with an extra day? On February 29th I went to New York City to see the Dresden Green Diamond at the Metropolitan Museum of Art before the exhibit ended on March 1st. I was cutting it close but I’m glad I went. It gave me time to think about what I love doing.
Walking around New York I was excited and curious to see all the changes that were talking place with some of the stores. Bulgari looks to be expanding, Piaget moved, and Tiffany renovated their flagship store.
I also walked by De Grisogono who recently fell into scandal and filed bankruptcy. Their store was empty. It is a lesson that can not seemed to be learned. Not too far away from that store was another ruined jeweler, Nirav Modi.
Seeing the changes and challenges facing the jewelry industry I realized that how I spent my extra day reflected my passions more than just a day of fun. I got back and started to work on my social media and creating content for this website. How you spend your free time gives an indication of what takes priority. If you are reading this, you may be interested how analytics and deeper looks at trends can help further your areas of business. I know I am.
Maybe you are trying to see how to start marketing your small business, I’m with you! Join me as I look at different areas of the jewelry industry for learnings that can apply to different aspects of business. If you want to see how I can help you better understand your industry or business send me an email at : firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a post, you’d like to see send me a note! Thank you for reading and return soon for more Data in the Rough!
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