Do you dread dropping off a shipment of jewelry because you fear that your package of valuables could be lost, damaged, or stolen?
Maybe that fear stems from the confusion about the options available when shipping a package. After all, there are numerous carriers to choose from and even one of the most widely accessible — The United States Postal Service (USPS) — has many services with different options.
While you may be tempted to keep the lights in your store off at night to save energy and money, it could be short-sighted.
You’re already aware that proper lighting during the day can enhance the appearance of your merchandise, but did you know that during the evening hours, proper lighting for jewelry businesses can deter crime? Keeping your lights on is also essential to obtain useful images from your surveillance system.
There are a lot of things you need to focus on to grow sales and keep your jewelry business successful. More money can bring about more problems, though.
It's not just because there's more of it to manage, but jewelers specifically need to be cognizant of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) laws. Complying with these laws can be tricky for jewelers, but one thing is for sure: if you don't, you could face serious penalties.