A Business that Shines: Cumberland Diamond Exchange, Cobb Chamber Member News
June 18, 2014
Cumberland Diamond Exchange (http://www.cumberlanddiamond.com/) is a family-owned, first generation, fine jewelry company specializing in loose diamonds and engagement rings. They are recognized as part of the top 5 percent of independent, specialty jewelers in America. Cumberland Diamond Exchange’s collections and services include loose diamonds, engagement/bridal sets, estate jewelry, pearls, colored gemstones, custom jewelry design, watches, repairs and appraisals.
Since its foundation in 1982, Cumberland Diamond Exchange has grown substantially. They gain approximately 100 new clients each year, with 11,900 total clients in 2012. The company also has 12 full-time and two part-time employees. In 2012, Cumberland Diamond Exchange had a 11.1 percent increase in sales growth and a 10.7 percent increase in transactions.
Cumberland Diamond Exchange differs from the competition through developing and maintaining strong relationships with customers, investing in the Cobb community through donating more than $50,000 to Cobb businesses, purchasing power and direct buying, and creating a great experience for customers.
Cumberland Diamond Exchange is dedicated to community service. In 2012, they donated 189 hours of community service and $52,000 to nonprofit organizations. They are involved with the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Pink Ribbon’s “Classic Golf Tournament,” SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center, the Wellstar Foundation and many other nonprofits.
Owners Mark and Rhonda Jacobson are proud of their award-winning company, winning awards for being Cobb County’s best jeweler and being selected as one of the top jewelers in the United States. This 2013 Small Business of the Year top nominee has received media coverage in various magazines and press for their commitment to building relationships with their clients.