Mindanao Times



Then came December of 2016. Jan Irene met Cherry Grace Valenzuela, who asked her to resell a branded watch. The owner of that watch was into selling jewelry. Jan Irene asked Grace to introduce her to that person as she wanted to try her luck and sell jewelry too. And so they met.

“I started posting and posting and posting. Until my business became such a big success. With perseveran­ce and prayers my stars aligned. I started collecting jewelry and invested in the jewelry business, starting with local setting, then HK setting, with no capital at all, just posting pictures of jewelry items and getting orders.

I bought my first brand new car in 2018. I was able to buy real property and much more because of jewelry. We renovated our house in Davao City, and built another house in Samal Island. Before the pandemic struck, I was able to buy a van. “I keep on investing because I don’t want my brothers and my son to go through the hardship that I went through”.

.Jan Irene and Jack have a six-year old son, Vincent Jack Nino named after San Vicente Ferrer and the Sto. Nino, as a tribute to those whom Jan Irene prayed to, for a child.

Last March 28, 2022, Jan Irene Dominise and her partner, Jack opened their first physical store at Door # 6 at the Ground Floor of Villa de Oro Bldg. Escandor road in Matina, Davao City with a blessing and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Jan Irene invited her close friends to witness the event and look at her jewelry collection.

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