Buyers Intelligence Group™ designed solutions to the myriad issues concerning the merchandising challenges facing the jewelry industry. Merchandising is a complex and multi-faceted process. Whether you have a single store operation, or a company with dozens of locations, Buyers Intelligence Group™ has solutions that will help you better understand and control your business.

The BIG Network for Jewelers Is the first realm that brings Retailers and their Vendor Partners together in a truly collaborative way…

Balance to Buy™ is an interactive inventory analysis tool that reveals the truth beneath your POS data… and ways to improve your bottom line…

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Cornell’s Jewelers – Olivia Cornell

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“One great thing we did last year was join a Plexus Performance Group, and start utilizing the Balance to Buy Inventory Management system.  The information that we now have at our fingertips allows us to have better insight into what is happening in real time and how to better manage our inventory, margins, turn and GMROI. We are able to access and run reports lighting fast.”  Olivia Cornell, Cornell’s Jewelers



BIG Newsletter: First Diamonds, Now Gold?

The Federal Trade Commission has released proposed revisions to its famed Jewelry Guides. If marketers can use the term to describe both an 18k and a 6k product equally, then the bar to ensure consumer understanding has risen exponentially.

BIG Newsletter: Diamonds are Rare…Not

I don’t think I can remember a more volatile time in this part of the industry. Every day I am getting a ton of emails, from speculation on pricing, to new labs, and most disturbingly, synthetics. And let’s be clear, whether you call these diamonds man made, or lab grown, they are still synthetic diamonds.

BIG Newsletter: The State of Retail 2016

“The State of Retail – 2016”, a comprehensive report, this group surveyed 5,444 consumers, asking in depth questions regarding their perceptions and behaviors around retail shopping. Some of the key takeaways were very interesting, but the overall message was very clear.