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While normal life is slowly coming back to the United States, the jewelry industry is following suit. Businesses are reopening and starting to really give consumers the quality jewelry they desire. One such business is Flawless Diamonds Co. In an interview with VentsMagazine, founder Nicholas Flathau discusses his start in the jewelry industry and more.

When Flathau was asked where he grew up and how he got into jewelry as a business, he said, "I grew up in the northwest suburbs outside of Chicago it was a small town. Before the jewelry business, I had the largest AT&T Dealership in the country prior to covid, I went from making $3,000 a year with AT&T to making $3,000,000 a year. That’s when I realized that AT&T wasn’t my passion. I was always fascinated by jewelry as a client and my passion for jewelry grew as I got more and it led me to decided to open up Flawless Diamonds."

"The most rewarding part is educating the clients on what they are getting within their piece and building those relationships for long term business and also bringing their imagination to life," said Flathau regarding what has been the most rewarding part of his experience as a jeweler.

When asked where he sees the company going in five years, Flathau said, "I see Flawless Diamonds and myself being in every major City around the country and being a force in the jewelry game in the sense of premium jeweler. We want to be recognized for our quality and commitment to our clients. Quality is the biggest thing for Flawless Diamonds because we do NOT cut corners."

When asked about what makes a successful entrepreneur, the jeweler said, "Dedication, hard work and sacrifice. Those are 3 key ingredients to be successful, you must have the drive, will, and your why to wake to wake up everyday and make something out of nothing. That’s having ambition."

"My ultimate goal for Flawless Diamonds is to be recognized as a premium jewelry company and where customers can come and purchase with confidence and be satisfied," said Flathau when asked if he wanted to say anything to his customers.

Information originally sourced from VentsMagazine.