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Financial Times Lists Roberto Demeglio as One of the Fastest Growing European Companies

Revenue growth spurt was over 800% from 2014-2017.

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(PRESS RELEASE) The Financial Times recently published a list of 1,000 of the fastest growing European companies in all types of industries. Roberto Demeglio, a leading jewelry manufacturer of high tech ceramic and diamond jewelry, was listed as number 153. Their revenue growth spurt, according to the Financial Times study, was over 800% from 2014-2017. A large part of that was due to Demeglio’s development of a number of new designs that use his patented technology and the success of his U.S. distributor, Beny Sofer Inc.

The Demeglio brand began 30 years ago, and designer Roberto Demeglio is known for his unconventional and nonconformist jewelry. Recipient of a number of prestigious international jewelry awards, the company continues to develop and expand upon its new product developments. Never satisfied with his current designs, Demeglio continues to create new and unusual product. He capitalizes on his best selling ceramic and diamond designs by adding new and different elements to the original product.

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