Supplier News: Week of Nov. 6

Gabriel & Co. Announces New E-Commerce Site

Fine jewelry brand Gabriel & Co. has announced the debut of a new e-commerce website, offering another way to shop for its products online.

In addition to selling its products through retailers online and brick-and-mortar stores, Gabriel & Co. now enables consumers to shop online directly for Gabriel & Co. products, complete with free shipping and easy returns and exchanges.

Find the new site at gabrielny.com.

GemFind Partners With The Edge POS System

Digital marketing company GemFind has announced a strategic partnership with retail-jewelry-store management system The Edge, a move seeking to improve the overall customer experience online and in store. With the partnership, the companies will combine their strengths in data integration and faster turnaround time for online retailer web services with the capabilities of GemFind’s JewelCloud, its proprietary platform.

“We review the analytics of hundreds of our jewelry retail customers’ websites on a weekly basis,” said GemFind CEO Alex Fetanat, in a press release. “Based on the analytics we know these users skew younger and expect more both online and offline from a retail experience standpoint. Our relationship and future with The Edge are going to allow us to innovate, engage users, and increase store traffic like never before.”

For more information on the companies, visit gemfind.com and theedgeforjewelers.com.

 

The Abingdon Co. Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Nonprofit

Watch band company The Abingdon Co. has announced the creation of a nonprofit, the Abingdon Foundation. Founded in celebration of its 10th anniversary, the foundation puts forth efforts to influence, encourage, and embolden women through sponsorships, community outreach, and networking opportunities.

With three annual “It’s About Time” scholarships, the company will help women from around the world travel to the United States to learn about jobs available in the aviation, helicopter, and SCUBA industries, as well as avenues to take to explore those industries. The brand has selected these industries in celebration of its founder, Abingdon Mullin, whose adventurous spirit took her from the Peace Corps to the skies, where she earned her private pilot certificate at age 22. Now 33, Abingdon wants to share those experiences and help women to explore their owns paths to adventure.

For more information on the foundation, visit abigdonfoundation.org.

 

 

 

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