Welcome to our Webinar Video Learning Center
Our great educational webinars are listed here in reverse chronological order.
We do a live broadcast every month on the Third Thursday at Three (Eastern) -- unless we have to wiggle the date around our speaker's schedule. All past event videos are available for purchase and immediate watching online.
JRB Inner Circle Members always get to watch these for free.
What are Jewelry Store Buyers Looking For?|
How about an inside look at what goes through the mind of a buyer when she is looking for new designers? That's what Melissa Geiser, the jewelry buyer for Stanley Korshak, elaborates on, explaining what specifically she is looking for and bringing us around to that most important attribute for jewelry people -- relationships. more info > > >
"Beware the Outliers!" and Other Security Guidance for All Jewelry Folk
If you work in the jewelry industry in any capacity you're at risk of being attacked. Jewelry thieves will assault you if they even think you've got jewelry. Your best defense? Mike Briant, a security expert, explains that knowing what to look for to spot the bad guys is key to improving your level of security enough to discourage them from choosing you as a target. Here's more than two hours of information that easily could save your life. more info > > >
designerbiztalk webinar with Bill Gallagher
Getting people to say yes is an important trait in business, but not the only critical one. Bill Gallagher, a leadership expert, explains how to master the characteristics you need to grow your business in a big way. more info > > >
designerbiztalk webinar with Belinda Pruyne
More than most of our webinars, this one has the potential to change your life! Belinda Pruyne, an expert at helping you define your goals in life -- and setting up a plan to achieve them -- outlines the steps you need to take to set a course for success. One of our most inspiring webinars! more info > > >
designerbiztalk with Matthew Perosi
There is so much more that you and every designer can do online to drive sales -- if you just knew how! Why not wring every last bit of business out of the online efforts you're already doing? Yes, you can get more results - by working smarter. more info > > >
designerbiztalk webinar with Todd Reed
Few designers today are as successful as Todd Reed. He's won numerous design awards, is often hailed as a true creative, and probably most importantly, his work is sold in the best stores nationally. Fortunately, he is willing to reveal the so-called business "secrets" that he used to propel him to the the retail heights he has achieved. And that is what you'll learn in this webinar. more info > > >
designerbiztalk webinar with Richard Kasdin
An independent sales representative can teach you a lot about getting into the stores you want to be in! And that's precisely what Richard Kasdin, a sales veteran who has worked with some of the most successful brands, tells you in this highly informative webinar. more info > > >
designerbiztalk webinar with Beth Anne Bonanno
Want to rock your next trunk show? Want to close sales better? Beth Anne Bonanno tells you how to do both! We had never asked a webinar guest to cover two topics before but because Beth Anne is so uniquely qualified, it seemed a natural step to take. We trust you'll see the wisdom in our request after you hear her explain -- with lots of examples drawn from real life situations -- how to do both. more info > > >
designerbiztalk webinar with PR Expert Mark Davidovich
Public relations has changed. The advent of digital made it possible for designers to reach consumers directly in a way they could never afford to before. In the old days, you either had a magazine "discover" you or a retailer could find you at at a trade show. Now there's Facebook, blogs, Pinterest and other digital media. So where do you put your PR time and dollars? Mark Davidovich guides us around the changed PR landscape. more info > > >
designerbiztalks: with PinterestNinja Danny Maloney
Pinterest is one place that designers have to be involved in. For one thing, it is the fastest growing social media, it's all product-based, people who use Pinterest -- "pinners" -- are more focussed on what they want, they spend more money online than Facebook and Twitter users do and they are more interested in luixury goods. Danny Maloney, head of a Pinterest strategy company, breaks it all down for us. more info > > >