"I love this company," said Amanda Magnusson of Saskatchewan. "I feel like I'm making a difference. Each time I share Jolica I am helping an artisan in a developing country make a living. No other home based business does that."
Fonthill, ON (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
Through the sale of beautiful, handcrafted jewelry, scarves and handbags, Jolica's independent gift consultants are able to earn an income and work on a flexible schedule, while supporting artisans in developing countries and providing treatment for children born with club foot and education for young adults.
Jolica's gift consultants are enthusiastic about their work. "I love this company," said Amanda Magnusson of Saskatchewan. "I feel like I'm making a difference. Each time I share Jolica I am helping an artisan in a developing country make a living. No other home based business does that."
Jolica's comprehensive training and fair compensation package, combined with its numerous ground floor opportunities and ethical business model make this an especially appealing company for people with an entrepreneurial spirit who love jewelry, enjoy working with people, and who want their business to focus on people as well as profits.
Gift consultants sell at home parties, fundraiser events and trade shows, all excellent venues for relaxed shopping, building product excitement, telling stories and forming relationships.
Fair Trade means Jolica's artisans are paid fairly, and are treated with dignity and respect. Five percent of all sales go to the Jolica Foundation, providing medical treatment for children in the Congo born with club foot, and business training to unemployed young adults in Morocco.
Anyone interested in learning more about Jolica's business opportunities should go to https://www.jolica.com/startyourbusiness.
Jolica is a member of the Fair Trade Federation. (FTF), the Direct Selling Women's Alliance (DSWA), and the Direct Sales Association Canada (DSA Canada).
Founded in 2005 by Darlene and Ted Loewen, Jolica is a privately owned direct sales company based in Fonthill, ON.
Jolica sells handcrafted jewelry, scarves and leather products through independent Gift Consultants across Canada and the US.
Jolica’s accessories are created by artisans in Chile, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Peru and Thailand, and are purchased according to the principles of Fair Trade to ensure maximum benefit to the artisans.
Five percent of all sales go to the Jolica Foundation.
Ingrid Heinrichs Pauls
Public and Media Relations