An entrepreneur has launched a business venture with a difference – selling ‘cool and unusual’ novelty USB sticks which he hopes will help to ‘make work fun again.’
And retailer Konstantinos Diamantidis hasn’t just stopped there.
The 31-year-old is selling a whole host of creative items – including works of digital art, paintings and pottery – under the name Artestik, as part of his new venture, at Vicar Lane Shopping Centre in Chesterfield.
Much of the art is produced by his step-father, along with local artist Michael Sharpe.
Konstantinos said: “I think these novelty USB sticks will make schools and businesses a far more cheerful place and help to try to put some of the fun back into work.”
Creative Konstantinos – who has worked all over the world – said he had spent time researching the market and products thoroughly and believes he has found something different to offer Chesterfield shoppers.
He has already begun selling the items from a retail unit between BHS and Morrisons on Vicar Lane.
Larger works of art can be viewed on a computer screen at the unit and Michael takes commissions.