‘Translating my love for jewelry into young top jeweller’ – Lamar Berko.
A 28 year old Ghanaian- based in UK Lamar Berko, main sponsor of Ghana’s Greegen Fc and the CEO of LB jewellers has open up in an interview recently with Graphic showbiz ,which he indicates that aside coming from a humble beginning , the young top jeweller was self – motivated and had much interest to work hard as to achieve success in the jewellery industry. He stated clear in the interview, “motivation I believe was just me .I say that because as a young boy I loved jewellery , Fashion is an integral part of me .”
In addition to that the young Enterprenuer acknowledged that he was inspired by the uncle who gave him some expensive watches to sell and went ahead to expand it by the use of social media to promote his business.
Lamar Berko expressed further in the interview that ,building the LB Jewellery brand has not been an easy task .”Building the brand till now has been a lot of hard work ,burning the midnight oil, humility, honesty and the fear of God .”
He added that “Though I have never been about race it interesting to find out most people would rather purchase from others even though they know your products is good because you are new in the industry.”
The 28 year old Enterprenuer went on to express how disheartening it was for him ,when people never believed in his brand as most business owners has encountered as well.
“ I am not biased when it comes to my clients,I am very open .my clients mostly find me .i believe successful people seek to have the best things in life . They work hard for their money so they believe in quality and durability.” He stated .
Lamar Berko the ceo of LB jewellers is passionate Africa and will continue to provide quality service to its growing clientele.
The top jeweller is of Ghanaian descent and has already started extending a hand of help with the development of the youth in Ghana .
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