We here at INSTORE have two conferences rooms we regularly use: the hot one and the hot big one, referred to as such (or sometimes as “the sweatboxes”) because they are on the top floor of our building and intensely hot until the A/C that is turned on at the beginning of a meeting begins to cool the rooms, normally just as the meeting wraps up.
This week, a few random-ish thoughts that could possibly be of use in running your business (or living your life):
Houston’s high-profile Zadok’s Jewelers was featured fleetingly on the local TV news Monday night, when a KHOU 11 reporter consulted the family-owned business as experts on what a 10-carat diamond ring looks like. Zadok's was happy to oblige, allowing reporter Shern-Min-Chow to try on a seriously blingy ring.
As I start gearing up for all of the draw-dropping jewels I expect to see at Couture and JCK and getting ready to do a story on engagement rings for INDESIGN and alternative bridal rings for INSTORE print magazines, I read a great article in The New York Times Style Section “Weddings and Celebrations”.