Covid-19 has changed the way we look at things. Not only has the global pandemic affected our lives in unimaginable ways, but also impacted our habits – from work to shopping, every avenue possible has taken a blow.
It’s not very long before paper receipts with gold in storage were used as currencies. This era was known as a “The Gold standard”
2017 was a stellar year for Pandora, the global jewelry brand known for its collectible charms and bracelets. Revenues skyrocketed by 15% year-over-year in local currencies, then everything went south. Organic growth slowed -2% in 2018, only to drop by 8% in 2019.
A World Gold Council (WGC) report on Wednesday said that there is an ample scope for retail demand of gold jewellery in the country as around 37 per cent of Indian women have never bought gold but would consider purchasing in the future.
Mindset of constant Innovation & Service only, can create Value Addition and make customers Assured & Happy.
When life gives you lemons, making lemonade is the only great idea. This is precisely what jewellery retailers seem to doing as they embrace technology to manage sales amidst the Corona crisis. Here’s a round-up of how jewellers are beginning to get more technologically sound to deal with buyers post lockdown.
Ajoy Chawla, CEO – Jewellery Division, Titan Company Limited says personalised experience is at the core of what the brand stands for