What Will You Do Differently in Your Store in 2018?

I just moved locations in Lexington, and we’re going to start doing exhibitions showcasing true art jewelry. I’m hoping we can do them at least twice a year. It keeps things fresh and interesting. I’m in a pretty conservative area, so we’re going to start out with a few weird pieces to introduce people to art jewelry—we’ll get weirder and weirder as we go! —Meg Carroll, owner, Meg C Jewelry Gallery, Lexington, Ky., megcgallery.com   We’ll be launching a new website and investing more time in marketing efforts, especially when it comes to social media—we need to make a more concerted effort there. We’re doing social media now, but I’d like to get it more streamlined. So we’re talking to a vendor we work with about hiring their social media person to keep our platforms looking fresh for us. —Thomas Hart Jr., owner, Hart Jewelers, Grants Pass, Ore., hart

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