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EXCLUSIVE: Brighton independent’s store closure ‘is business decision’

EXCLUSIVE: Brighton independent’s store closure ‘is business decision’

Brighton-based independent jewellery retailer, House of Hoye, has called in liquidators and has announced that it will close its shop. But founder Jeremy Hoye insists the decision was made as part of his wider business strategy for growth. The business has been operating in Brighton for 22 years but has decided to adapt and move

Brighton independents relish competition as tourists travel to the city for its diverse jewellery offering

Walking around Brighton it doesn’t take long to figure out this is a place with a unique personality and a vibrant nature. The shops alone speak wonders about the city by the sea as independent jewellers find themselves in the company of stores offering vintage clothes, vegetarian shoes, photo-gimmicks and organic food. Brighton centre has

Brighton jewellers find Instagram the most valuable social media platform

Independent jewellers in Brighton have highlighted Instagram as a vital social media tool for their businesses.   While most Brighton jewellers have a presence on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, in conversation with Professional Jeweller many of them emphasised the value of Instagram for creating community and showcasing what the company is really about. Baroque Jewellery

Brighton jewellers concerned over spiralling Brexit gold costs

Independent jewellery retailers in the city of Brighton fear the spiralling cost of gold in the wake of Britain voting to leave the European Union will damage their profitability. Although most areas in Sussex voted to leave the EU, Brighton & Hove bucked the trend with 68.6% of voters casting a Remain vote, and only

STORE ENVY: House of Hoye, Brighton

Jeremy Hoye returns to retail with a psychedelic shop fit. Jewellery designer and retailer Jeremy Hoye has completely revamped his 20-year-old store in Brighton’s bustling Laines, creating a vintage-inspired emporium dubbed House of Hoye. The boutique is now double its original size and features 1970s wallpaper in hues of orange and pink, picture frame cabinets,