Research and Markets: The Jewelry Newsletter International 2012 is Essential Reading for those inside the Jewelry Market Today
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4z9jdv/jewelry) has announced the addition of the "Jewelry Newsletter International" subscription to their offering.
Jewelry Newsletter International, now in its' 35th year, is a private and confidential, hardcopy only, bi-monthly publication specific to C' level executives in the jewelry industry supply line on a global scale. Mailed via first-class post, JNI is the most comprehensive aggregate of competitive analysis and insider' information available to these executives, helping give them a clear leading edge over their competition.
JNI covers every newsworthy area of the earth in each edition, in a neatly compiled twelve page format. JNI is subscribed to, at premium, by the captains of this industry on a global scale - the chairmen of industry organizations, the majority of JCK's Plumb Club, and leading financial analysts that need to know the pulse of this vastly non-transparent trade at a glance.
Jewelry Newsletter International, (JNI) also know worldwide as The Blue Letter' (for it has, since inception, been printed exclusively on its' signature blue paper), is entirely subscriber supported, with no paid advertising allowed. This affords JNI the ability to be completely non-biased, without need to pander to one brand or another, as does every other publication in the trade.
As an additional bonus, JNI allows brief (70 word) confidential classified advertising in each edition, and is free to our paid subscribers. This service is very often used by subscribing executives who seek suitable acquisitions for their business, those who wish to sell or divest a portion of their business, or those who wish to buy or sell excess inventory, supplies or equipment. This service can also be used to find raw materials, for finding distributors or partners or finding experienced personnel.
Every 6o days the Jewelry Newsletter includes:
Global competitive analysis of notable jewelry businesses
Department store overviews
Notable businesses in the trade that are opening, closing, expanding, liquidating or filing for bankruptcy
Raw materials overview - PGM's Gold, Diamonds, etc.
Merchandising profits trends worldwide
executive position openings
Cutting edge marketing and technology for the trade
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4z9jdv/jewelry