My Flash Trash wins second round of investment

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Amber Atherton hoping to scale up business in coming year.

Online jewellery boutique My Flash Trash has secured a second round of angel investment that now values the company at $5 million (£3.1m).

The retail venture, owned by 21-year-old Amber Atherton, has raised new capital through two new investors, both former hedge fund managers. They join a group of predominantly American angel investors already backing the jewellery business.

Atherton said: “’I’m looking forward to scaling the business further next year through the launch of new verticals and the growth of our licensing division.”

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My Flash Trash won its first round of investment in the autumn of 2011 from New York-based fund manager Jeff Lo and former Goldman Sachs trader Jihan Bowes-Little.

The My Flash Trash retail site and store together feature more than 30 jewellery designers. My Flash Trash also has its own brand label and a jewellery boutique at The W Hotel in central London.

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