In the latest Behind the Gavel column Wayne Jordan draws on his past “close encounters with consultants” to explain two valuable tools for doing antiques business: cash flow statement and an open-to-buy inventory plan.
How many times have you been in an antique mall with questions about an item you’ve seen with no answers or help in sight? Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan feels your pain, and has a suggestion for retailers.
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Southport Antique Mall in Indianapolis will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in fine style, with recently being named Indianapolis' best antiques shopping destination by Indy A-List.
Victorian Casino Antiques is aiming to put antiques into the hands of collectors with a new service offering pre-priced collectibles for on-the-spot purchase.
Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan explores customer service policies that often annoy customers so, that they declare, “I’ll never shop there again.”
Getting your company in front of people is important. Getting your company in front of the right customers is essential, and one easy and affordable way to do that is to be part of the Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles 2014 Industry Directory.
Online reviews play a heavy role in a customer’s perception of your business. Fortunately, there are things you can do to be proactive in fostering a positive view of your business, as outlined by Wayne Jordan in his Behind the Gavel column.
Hundreds of dealers gathered recently to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Lakewood 400 Antiques Market, and 10 yeas of bringing collectors together with antiques.
Nostalgia may be a “modern” craze, but there was a time when it was considered to be simply crazy. However, that opinion has changed in the last decade and a half, as science and more of society has discovered the benefits of memorabilia and nostalgia.