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Supplier News: Week Of April 18


TAG Heuer Takes Over Miami Design District

TAG Heuer announced that it will be featured in an outdoor installation of Miami Design District’s Jungle Plaza in celebration of race weekend and its partnership with the Oracle Red Bull Racing Team.

Open to the public May 3–7 (with a special closed preview for VIPs and friends of the brand on May 2), the Grand Prix fantasy experience allows guests the ability to race one another on a pop-up TAG Heuer go-cart track, inspired by a true race environment with a raised platform at the starting line, capture-worthy mural backdrop, and the checkered red flag guests can wave to signal the end of the race.

In addition, TAG Heuer will install an interpretation of Max Verstappen’s Oracle Red Bull racing car and a luxury take on petrol stations serving as product displays, showcasing the newest TAG watches designed in collaboration with Oracle Red Bull Racing.

On the evening of May 7, the Jungle Plaza racetrack will be transformed into a private cocktail party hosted by TAG Heuer’s family of ambassadors, including Oracle Red Bull Racing Team drivers Max Verstappen (the 2021 champion) and Sergio “Checo” Perez.

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The Jewelers Circle Debuts New Shared Gallery Feature

Jewelers Circle shared gallery
Jewelers Circle’s new Shared Gallery feature allows users to send a curated selection of items to their private clients (photo courtesy The Jewelers Circle).

Global online marketplace the Jewelers Circle has announced the debut of a new Shared Gallery feature, a virtual inventory and memo that can be sent directly to private clients and consumers.

Both visiting and exhibiting subscribers are now able to send a curated selection of items from verified dealers on the platform to their private clients by using a secure link. Under Galleries (which was previously known as Watchlist), subscribes can collect, track, and organize pieces from multiple exhibiting dealers and convert them from private to shared once they’re ready to send their list of items to clients. There is no limit to the number of private or shared galleries a subscriber can create.

“The new Shared Gallery feature was designed to service the subscribers of the platform to drive potential business through virtual inventory memos to consumer and trade clients,” said Marianne Fisher, cofounder and managing director of the Jewelers Circle, in a statement. “It is a tool for retailers/dealers to provide a custom digital shopping experience to their clients and provides a new depth to online shopping in the jewelry industry, while still protecting the B2B side of the business, since no other dealer contact information is displayed in the Shared Gallery.”

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By: Brittany Siminitz

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