A new experience awaits luxury brand collectors as CoJewlrs opens its private space of boutique stores offering many of the world’s biggest luxury brands, from timeless timepieces to estate jewelry, diamonds, designer handbags, fine eyewear, and stunning works of art. Now open for business, CoJewlrs is a welcome space for guests who want to make their trade privately and in a secure location.
“Aside from private boutique style storefronts for resellers of all material goods, guests can freely buy, sell, and trade with different vendors in private and not feel the pressure of guilt that is usually felt in a jewelry exchange setting which offers almost no privacy for its vendors or guests. CoJewlrs also features a full bar (complimentary) and a lounge space for vendors and guests to enjoy,” the management revealed.
Apart from the privacy, comfort, and security it offers, CoJewlrs is also redefining luxury as an experience. Guests are welcomed in a breathtaking, well-curated space that is well-lighted and clean. Every corner exudes excellence, adding to the overall experience of guests. There is nothing quite like this anywhere in the world today, and guests are more than eager to experience it.
“This concept is the first of its kind for a reseller to have a boutique within a shared space. The benefits are mutual for vendors and clients. For the vendor, he is within a community of like-minded peers that are offering various precious goods, which has tremendous value for B2B opportunities. For the client, they have options to choose which proprietors they wish to work with based on the relationships they are able to establish. Everyone has options, and that’s the best way to do good business,” the management added.
Some of the biggest names and brands representing luxury living to the fullest are relying on CoJewlrs for its promise of safety and privacy. These respectable private boutiques showcasing luxury brands include The Vault, Wrist Aficionado, Ameta Finance Group, Factory Pieces, Lavish Eyewear, Privé Collection, Rarity Designs, AMMRADA, and Stella Gallerie.
CoJewlrs owner Stac Yagu has been in the jewelry industry for more than 20 years now. As can be expected of someone of his stature, he has built a solid network of friends who own private stores. His personal, professional relationships with them opened the door for a more elevated experience for luxury clients from all over the world. His plan to start a major collaboration turned out to be a promising venture. “I felt the need to merge the benefits of owning a private store and shared spaces and created CoJewlrs,” he added.
Being able to provide a physical marketplace where high-end luxury brand sellers and buyers can gather to do business with each other is a breakthrough for Stac Yagu. The privacy and comfort CoJewlrs provide elevate the overall experience of both business operators and their clients, which is unlike anything the world has ever seen before. It will come as no surprise if new ventures are inspired by CoJewlrs’ initiative, as its guests will start to see its value and benefits.