Customers flocking to jewellery stores as gold price dips

The recent fall in the price of gold from the highs of Rs 40,000 plus to Rs 37,683 per 10 gram is attracting customers especially as the festive season has commenced. Customers are flocking jewellery stores to place new orders. Kumar Jain, Vice President, Mumbai Jewellers Association told Moneycontrol that there is going to be … Read more Customers flocking to jewellery stores as gold price dips

Apple Crediting Customers Who Bought USB-C Accessories

As if the new MacBook Pros weren’t expensive enough, the lack of more traditional ports and the SD card slot meant that users with existing USB-A devices needed to purchase accessories to make them compatible with the new laptops. This meant spending more money on dongles, USB hubs, and so on. To help reduce the … Read more Apple Crediting Customers Who Bought USB-C Accessories

Customers look for creativity, novelty in jewellery: Designer

Customers are increasingly looking for the novelty factor in jewellery purchases, says Sangeeta Dewan, who has over 20 years of designing experience and is currently the principal designer at Indian brand Zoya. The faces and silhouettes of mythological characters have forever adorned jewellery pieces The latest launch of the brand, from the House of Tata, … Read more Customers look for creativity, novelty in jewellery: Designer

Unhappy Thermomix customers with faulty machines claim they were ‘gagged’

UNHAPPY Thermomix customers have accused the company of using “dirty tactics”, saying the cult kitchen brand demanded they sign nondisclosure agreements before receiving refunds for faulty products. For the uninitiated, the Thermomix is a hi-tech food processor which costs $2089 and combines 10 appliances into one unit. It chops, blends, heats, juices and weighs food, … Read more Unhappy Thermomix customers with faulty machines claim they were ‘gagged’