Alessandro Carrara

Alessandro is a trained journalist just getting started in the writing arena. He’s madly obsessed with Japanese culture, a passionate reader and adores niche video games. When he isn't getting sore thumbs from playing classic Nintendo games, he’s working as an editorial assistant for Mulberry Publications. Feel free to drop him a line with any story ideas.
Voice On The Highstreet

Voice on the High Street – Maya Magal

What is the story behind your company? I started out as a textiles designer, but fell in love with jewellery…

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Features

Gaining your customers trust

If you have been to seminars about how to gain your customer’s trust this is what you may have heard:…

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Retailers

Online sales and discounts help to boost retail sales

UK retail sales outperformed predictions with an increase of 0.7% in July, recent statistics from the Office for National Statistics…

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Sponsored

Why Richard Mille Is The Leading French Luxury Watch Brand

Loved by celebrities and designed with a groundbreaking approach, a Richard Mille watch is the ultimate status symbol.

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Voice On The Highstreet

Voice on the High Street – Hancocks

Talk me through the history of your company? The company was established by Charles Hancocks in 1849. He started the…

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Features

Jeweller Profile – Glen-Anthony Watches

What made you want to switch careers and become a watch designer? I have always loved watches, I used to…

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Auctions

Rare 1950s Rolex could fetch £60,000 at auction in Birmingham

A rare, early Rolex Submariner estimated to be worth between £40,000 – £60,000 is to go under the hammer at…

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Features

How pearls made their high fashion comeback

No longer just for old aunties, royalty and your granny, pearls are reinvented by fashion and fine jewellery designers using…

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Features

3 Minute Interview: Daren Daniels, founder of Redblok

Describe yourself in three words. Creative, happy and lucky.

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Retailers

Retail footfall down 0.8%, shopping centres continue to suffer

Retail footfall fell by 0.8% in July when compared to the same time last year, despite the high street again…

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