The Austin-based company specializes in making diamonds from ashes for clients to celebrate the lives of their loved ones. It has an eight-month process for creating soulful remembrances, which are as special as the finished product and the person behind it. Customers are allowed to choose their preferred sizes, color, cut, and inscriptions to ensure they have meaningful connections.
The organization’s innovative services include interactive video packaging, hand-written letters, and courier services. Eterneva was recently featured on Shark Tank and Forbes Magazine. It has many positive reviews from previous customers.
Adelle Archer, the company’s co-founder, realized that there was a need to develop a new way to memorialize loved ones after losing a close friend. According to her, the memorial options for ashes were not enough. She partnered with Garrett to create a better experience, helping people to reconnect with their loved ones.
Adelle’s mentor, Tracey, was diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. She only had a few months to live. She was afraid that she had not created a legacy before her death. Tracey was unaware of the positive impact she had already made in society.
When her close friends and associates heard about her diagnosis, they wrote stories of how she had helped them through difficult times and achieving their full potential. She died knowing she had left her mark on the globe. Adelle turned her friend’s ashes into a black diamond in remembrance of her sparkling spirit.
In early 2020, Eterneva announced that it had its first member of the Scientific Board, Dr. Robert E. Chodelka. According to the organization’s representative, he would be a valuable addition to the current leadership team due to his vast experience. His expertise would be useful in expanding the company’s operations and developing innovative products and services. He has over two decades of experience in the diamond industry.
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