Learn how to prepare your jewelry business for hurricane season with these three steps. Watch Larry Spicer, Vice President of Loss Prevention and Risk Management, share expert tips to keep your business stay safe and secure during hurricane season.
It’s after hours and you have armed your alarm for the evening. Later you receive a system notification from your burglar alarm company, how would you respond?
Would you brush it off as a false alarm? Or neglect to check on the business? If so, you’ll want to change your response due to the recent rash of power-cutting burglaries. Here are six tips Jewelers Mutual suggests to make sure your store remains secure in the wake of these attacks.
Located on South Wabash Avenue in Chicago, the 21-story Mallers Building on Jewelers Row houses more than 180 jewelry businesses that specialize in design, manufacturing and jewelry repair.
Shortly before 2 a.m. on April 25, 2018, a three-alarm fire broke out in the 107-year-old building, forcing these businesses to temporarily relocate. It’s been almost a full year since that devastating fire.