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On Bloomberg TV tonight: Brilliant Earth talks about a conflict free Diamond Industry

Tonight on the BLOOMBERG TELEVISION® program VENTURE, host Cris Valerio talks to Brilliant Earth Co-Founder Eric Grossberg, about the diamond industry, working with conflict free diamonds, and how social entrepreneurship drives his bottom line.

He talks about how the15 percent drop in diamond prices in the past six months is actually helping his business,

“There is an opportunity with diamond prices going down because we don’t hold a lot of inventory as those prices go down we can pass that on immediately to consumers, where a lot of our competitors in the market are holding inventory that they purchased at higher prices and can’t do the same.”

Venture gives BLOOMBERG TELEVISION(R) viewers an inside look at what it takes to be an entrepreneur.  The weekly half-hour program will feature interviews with entrepreneurs and small business owners, focusing on issues and policy that impacts the way Main Street does business.  “Venture” airs on Friday nights at 8:00PM ET, 11:30PM ET the show re-airs Saturdays at 1:30am, 3:30, 7:30am, 8:30, 11:30, 6:30pm and Sunday at 12:30am, 3:30, 6:30, 9:30, 12:30pm, 3:30pm.

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Written by Reenita Malhotra

Reenita Malhotra Hora is an Ayurveda clinician, entrepreneur, writer and mom. Her experience has ranged from running Ayoma, an Ayurveda business to running a natural health practice at San Francisco's California Pacific Medical Center.

Reenita is a published author of two books books about health and wellness: ‘Ayurveda - the Natural Medicine of India’ and
‘Inner Beauty’. She is also the Editor for Green Options Media's business blogs and a freelance writer for a variety of print and web publications.

In quieter moments, she likes to spend her time hiking, swimming the warm seas, cooking with the family or writing fantasy fiction adventure stories for kids from from 2 to 92.

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