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Watches of Switzerland Group valued at £2.5 billion after ‘very good start to the...

Sales for the 13 weeks to August 1 doubled compared to last year and were 46% up over the same period in pre-pandemic 2019

FEATURE: Bringing staff training online during a pandemic with Watches of Switzerland

The Gem Academy also stops by to divulge its top staff training tips, including getting employees fired up to greet customers and sell the product once more

Watches of Switzerland joins retailers pledging to stamp out workplace discrimination

BRC charter is released in conjunction with a report that says one in five UK retailers have no women at all on their board

EXCLUSIVE: How are jewellers preparing for reopening next month? (Part three)

England's retailers finally have a provisional date for the reopening of bricks-and-mortar stores. If the Government is happy with the Covid data over the coming...

Mappin & Webb and Goldsmiths partner with Susan Caplan amid Watches of Switzerland environmental...

Vintage jewellery brand Susan Caplan has agreed a new partnership with both Mappin & Webb and Goldsmiths, the two UK jewellery retailers under the...

Goldsmiths to double down on in-store experience with new ‘VIP’ bricks-and-mortar concept

Dedicated brand areas will sit alongside an open, flexible layout with VIP areas and hospitality bars where customers will be able to enjoy a curated food and beverage experience

Responsible Jewellery Council re-certifies Watches of Switzerland Group

WoSG has been a member of RJC since 2011, adhering to its code of practice based on the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Watches of Switzerland Group to introduce ‘By Personal Appointment’ service

The Watches of Switzerland Group, parent company of royal jeweller Mappin & Webb, has announced that it will be introducing a new 'By Personal...

ROUNDTABLE: How to keep jewellery stores safe during a pandemic PART I

Join PJ for the first part of a discussion with industry professionals and sponsor Warrior Doors on keeping your jewellery store locked down during lockdown.

Online sales accelerate for the Watches of Switzerland Group during lockdown

While e-commerce soars, lockdown costs the leading jewellery retail group almost £13 million per week in lost sales.