Natural disasters become widespread once temperatures start rising, wildfires included. If you operate a jewelry business in an area where wildfires are a known risk, it’s important to take precautions to prepare.
Buying a jewelry safe isn't an everyday venture for business owners. That makes your purchase decision all the more important.
Even if you're not in the market for a new safe now, chances are you will be sometime in the near future because of increasing inventory values, capacity issues as the result of changing locations, or maybe because you feel that your exposure to burglary has increased and you want more protection.
In recent months, burglaries have become staggeringly more frequent at jewelry stores in strip mall locations throughout the US and Canada. If you are a jewelry business owner with a location in a strip mall setting, it is crucial for you to know the ways in which criminals may be targeting your business, and how to protect yourself and your property from threats.
During winter months, there are many threats to your business’s physical structure that could leave you out in the cold when it comes to repair costs. More importantly, if the damage to your building is significant, you may be forced to close until repairs are made – meaning you’ll miss out on serving your customers and generating revenue.