Meet the Brooklyn Entrepreneur That Is Taking the Fear Out of Shopping for Jewels
Kat McCoy, the Founder of Best Kept, a Brooklyn-based concierge service that makes it easy to buy jewelry as a gift joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Kat McCoy discuss the following:
- Why did you start Best Kept?
- How does Best Kept work?
- Who are Best Kept’s competitors and how does Best Kept stand out?
- How do you choose the perfect piece for each customer? What makes a piece of jewelry ideal for a specific person?
- Who are your customers?
- Who is a recent customer that you’ve enjoyed working with or stands out to you?
Kat McCoy is the founder of Best Kept, a Brooklyn-based concierge service that makes it easy to buy jewelry as a gift. Best Kept pairs clients with expert jewelry stylists that curate pieces based on a customized analysis of individual tastes, personality and lifestyle.
Kat credits her love of jewelry and passion for finding the perfect gift to her grandmother who traveled extensively and often returned from iconic jewelry meccas such as India, Thailand or Turkey with thoughtfully selected jewelry that perfectly matched the lucky recipient’s aesthetic.
After 15 years of collecting and buying jewelry for herself, friends and family, Kat eventually left her business development role in adtech to launch Best Kept. Kat’s ultimate goal is to help others create special, life-long memories tied to beautiful pieces of jewelry.
Kat’s previously worked as a management consultant for Ernst & Young after earning a business degree from Wake Forest University.
Best Kept is an online concierge shopping service that makes it easy to buy jewelry as a gift. Clients are paired with expert jewelry stylists that curate pieces based on a customized analysis of individual tastes, personality and lifestyle. Every recommendation is meticulously selected with budget and client tastes in mind. Best Kept takes the guesswork out of selecting and purchasing fine jewelry.
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