Scott Ryan Tischler Focuses on New Business

PHOENIX, Arizona – Diamond hunter Scott Tischler is now focusing on creating a new jewelry business. He is teaming up with a designer and plans on creating a custom line of rings for his customers. = The name of his business is currently under wraps but will be released closer to its opening day.

Tischler believes in running an ethically sound business. He has visited Africa and various African diamond mines on multiple occasions. He absolutely refuses to buy or sell blood diamonds. Scott Tischler’s diamonds are KPC, or Kimberly Process Certified, which means they have conflict-free origins. Tischler’s customers can rest assured that they are supporting a legitimate business.

The diamond designer believes that each piece of jewelry should be unique to serve as a symbol of that particular love. Customers will get a say in the design because Scott Tischler wants his jewelry to have meaning. Customers are given the opportunity to participate in creating one of a kind pieces that are true expressions of their feelings.

Tischler puts an emphasis on learning the story behind a piece of jewelry and the reason for its purchase. The business will also feature pre-designed jewelry, although customers are encouraged to join in the creative process.

Tischler has not yet confirmed a launch date for his business, but expects it to open by the end of the year.

Scott Ryan Tischler Focuses on Improving Lives

PHOENIX, Arizona – Scott Ryan Tischler has multiple passions.  From diamond hunting to assisting those in Africa, He is focused on making the most of these passions. Tischler travels with an open mind and an open heart. He is always ready to tackle any adventure that comes his way.

Tischler became interested in the jewelry industry in 1998. He worked in a local jewelry store and made the decision that this was something he wanted to make a life out of. Tischler began traveling to Africa in search of the world’s finest diamonds. He wanted to give his customers the very best.

Scott Tischler has traveled to various parts of Africa. He has met with hundreds of sellers and personally inspects the diamonds he purchases. Kroo Bay in Sierra Leone holds a special place in Tischler’s heart. He often brings food to the people of Kroo Bay and paid for a young girl to attend school.

He has decided that he wants to start a charity for the people of Kroo Bay. He hopes to have it fully functioning by the end of the year. Tischler and his team want to eliminate poverty in Kroo Bay and give the people clean water. Africa  offers more than just diamonds for Tischler, it gives him the chance to make a difference in the lives of the people.
Scott Ryan Tischler is sure of three things when it comes to his business: he will not participate in the purchase of blood diamonds. He is dedicated to creating one-of-a kind jewelry. Lastly, he loves learning about his customers and forming a relationship with them. With a solid business model and a personable attitude, Tischler is sure to thrive in any endeavor he sets out on!

Scott Tischler Gives Back To Those In Need

PHOENIX, Arizona – Modern-day etrepreneur Scott Tischler constantly makes trips to Africa in search of diamonds. In the near future, his trips will be about more than just diamonds. He is currently coordinating efforts to bring relief to the poorer slums that he has seen on the continent.

Tischler has always made an effort to give back to the people of Africa. He has bought them food and clothed them. At one point, he paid for a young girl to attend school. On a trip to Kroo Bay, the poorest region of Sierra Leone, Tischler’s eyes were opened.

Kroo Bay is one of the poorest slums in Freetown, Sierra Leone. It is covered in garbage, there is no electricty, and no running water. Located in a place where two rivers meet the Atlantic, Kroo Bay constantly floods. Most of the children are sick. The people need safe shelters, food, and clean water immediately.

Scott Tischler made it a habit to buy one hundred and fifty kilo bags of rice for the people of Kroo Bay. Typically, this feeds them for several months. One day, he made a decision to treat the children by purchasing some pastries. When Scott and his team offered these treats to the Chief, he asked them to take a bite. Scott politely declined – insisting that the pastries were for the children. The Chief was unwavering and finally stated “You take a bite to prove you haven’t poisoned it”. Scott gladly grabbed a pastry and took a bite as the children excitedly looked on.

Tischler is extremely motivated to help these people live better, healthier, and cleaner lives. It is an extremely daunting task and Tischler says, ““it is very important that it is done correctly.” By the end of  2012, Tischler plans on having the charity running in full motion