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  • LVMH agrees to reduced Tiffany deal
    LVMH has agreed to go through with its acquisition of Tiffany & Co following a lengthy legal battle, albeit for a reduced fee.  In an update announced yesterday (29 October) LVHM said it had concluded an agreement with Tiffany “modifying” certain terms of their initial agreement to reflect a new purchase price of $131.50 (£101.71) […]
    Lewis Catchpole
  • TJA-Connect launches virtual trade show
    TJA-Connect has held the soft launch of its first international virtual trade show for suppliers, with the event “gaining attention fast” with over 900 registrations and over 50 exhibitors.  The first event launched on 28 October and will remain open until 15 December to assist suppliers with their current needs. The virtual show has “aisles […]
    Heather Sandlin
  • Pure Jewels partners with Ainsworth Jewellers
    Pure Jewels has announced the launch of its retail partnership with Ainsworth Jewellers, according to local newspaper The Lancashire Times. The London based jewellers, which supplies “high purity gold and platinum jewellery” mainly to the British Asian market, said Ainsworth’s will now be stocking the Pure Jewels’ collections at its Blackburn shop. Pure Jewels was […]
    Hemma Visavadia
  • Alison Cooper launches Alicia J brand
    Entrepreneur Alison Cooper has founded new bespoke jewellery brand Alicia J, with the business officially launching online this month.  The bespoke diamond and engagement ring business aims to “help young people navigate the incomprehensible minefield that is buying an engagement ring”.  The brand emphasised that personalised pieces will be crafted for customers, calling its bespoke […]
    Heather Sandlin
  • Retail sales drop at sharpest pace since June
    Retail sales figures in the UK have fallen at the sharpest pace since June, according to the Confederation of British Industry’s (CBI) latest monthly Distributive Trades Survey. In the survey of 116 firms, including 54 retailers, non-food retail categories such as department and clothing were among those reporting falling sales. However, retailers of furniture, DIY […]
    Heather Sandlin