‘Thanks to my love for jewelry, making me big Businessman’- Lamar Berko
UK based Ghanaian Entrepreneur and CEO of LB Jewellers, Lamar Berko has expressed his love for jewelries which puts him on the top business ladder.
LB Jewellers is a UK based company that deals in all forms and types of jewelries and have clients all around the world.
In an interview recently with Graphic Showbiz, he explained that, growing up from a humble background, he was self motivated and that pushed him to his success in the jewelry industry.
He said, ” I was my own motivator. I say this because, as young boy I had a good fashion sense and loved jewelry. My uncle who didn’t believe in my abilities then, trusted me to sell his expensive watch that i was so fascinated about and I did well in selling it. He built faith in me and gave me more to sell. That was when I realized I need an expansion, so I used social media to promote my business.”
According to Lamar Berko, building LB Jewellers brand wasn’t an easy task.
He explained, ” I chose the path of honesty, humility and the fear of God to get to where I am today.”
The 28-year-old entrepreneur, is making a name on the global market. His company is fast growing.
Lamar, the Ghanaian descent is extending a helping hand into the development of the youth in Ghana.
He is a supporter and main sponsor of Ghana’s Greengen FC. His focus is to unearth and promote young talents to becoming great someday.
He added that, LB Jewellers is passionate about Africa and will continue to provide quality services to it’s growing clients.
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