Jewelry

Real Entrepreneurs

The Emotional Moment That Sparked a Winning Business Idea for This Entrepreneur

Everence co-founder and CEO Patrick Duffy details the growth of his tattoo and jewelry business from idea to final product.

Jennifer Fisher Started Her Jewelry Line to Answer a Parent's Need. Oh, and She Was That Parent.

When she created a necklace with her son's name on it, friends, family and strangers wanted one just like it. So, Fisher started a company.

The Creator of This Michelle Obama-Approved Jewelry Business Shares Her Secret to Staying Motivated

Jordan Alexander founder Theresa Bruno talks about her tough moments and the inspiration she draws from a famous ballerina.

After a Chance Meeting on the Beach These Entrepreneurs Built a Company Based on Respect for Global Artisans

Working with artisans around the world has taught these two Americans to embrace different cultures and celebrate the differences.

How This Entrepreneur Recovered From Bankruptcy to Increase Her Profits More Than Tenfold

During the Great Recession, Tracy Matthews was in debt $335,000. Here's what she did to dig herself out.

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Business Ideas

Need to Find Your Beloved Just the Right Engagement Ring? Here's a New Way How.

Call it the 'Warby Parker effect.' The try-on-at-home model is coming to a jewelry store near you, or, more accurately, your front door.
Instagram Icon

This Jewelry Maker Who Sells Made-to-Order Pieces Developed Her Brand Through Posting to Instagram

Jess Hannah has more than 212,000 followers after doubling down on her business making 'jewelry for how it should be worn: never taken off.'
Profits

Tourists Buying Less Luxury Items, Hurting Tiffany and Other Retailers

The upscale jeweler expects profit to fall in the first half of this fiscal year.
Entrepreneur Network

How Did Lana Jewelry Score Deals With Vogue and Glamour? Because the PR Director Was Persistently Nice.

Fallon Ryan talks with Entrepreneur Network Partner C1 Revolution about how she went from sales and marketing intern to accomplishing some of the most high-profile exposure she could imagine for the company.
Jewelry

Tiffany Cuts Jobs as Sales Lose Sparkle

The company's traditional reluctance to offer promotions has been turning away thrifty customers and a stronger dollar has made purchases more expensive for tourists.
Legal

Employees Accidentally Trash $5 Million in Diamonds at Fifth Avenue Jewelry Store

The precious stones then ended up in the hands of a security guard, who then tried to make a buck, police allege.
Selling Online

This Teen Paid for College by Selling on Etsy. Here Are 5 Ways She Did It.

LeiLei Secor is paying her college tuition from her Etsy profits. Here are her tips for success.
Young Entrepreneur

How This Teenager Turned Her Childhood Hobby Into a Global Business

Eighteen-year-old Bella Weems started her business to save up for a car but now with more than 60,000 independent sellers across the nation and millions in revenue, this teenage entrepreneur has her sights set on bigger things.
Grow Your Business

From an Extra Bedroom to 20 Stores and Counting: How Kendra Scott Created a Multimillion-Dollar Jewelry Empire

In 2002, Kendra Scott started a business selling handcrafted earrings door to door. Last year, Kendra Scott Design took in $75 million in revenue and is opening new locations across the country.
Funding

Smart Jewelry Startup Ringly Cinches $5.1 Million in New Funding

Andreessen Horowitz led the Series A round for Ringly, which makes rings that discretely flash and vibrate to signify smartphone notifications.