“South Hill Designs is the most exciting company in my career,” says Langer. “There’s a culture of innovation here that I’ve never encountered before. New products, new programs, new support tools… they just keep coming.
(PRWEB) October 15, 2013
South Hill Designs is coming to Canada.
South Hill markets personalized jewelry through home parties known as “socials”. Since its official launch in February 2013, South Hill Designs has been growing faster than any comparable organization, with new independent distributors, called Artists, joining every week in all 50 states.
South Hill attributes its success to a product line that invites customers to express themselves through personalized jewelry. The company offers a range of lockets and chains, along with hundreds of charms, coins and other pieces. Customers get together at informal socials and compose their jewelry.
CEO Brian Palmer explains: “We invite our customers to ‘Wear What You Love’ — and that says it all. Customers create jewelry that tells their story, whether it's about a cause like autism research, or a favorite hockey team, or a beloved grandchild, or a passion for ice cream. We have charms for just about every enthusiasm, as well as beautiful decorative crystals and screens.”
The company’s Canada launch will be spearheaded by Regional Sales Director Nicole Langer, who brings years of successful experience in the jewelry party-plan sector, both as a top-earning distributor and as a corporate executive.
“South Hill Designs is the most exciting company in my career,” says Langer. “There’s a culture of innovation here that I’ve never encountered before. New products, new programs, new support tools… they just keep coming. And the compensation for Artists is second to none.”
With exponential growth already established in the US, the company is confident of rapid expansion north of the border.
“We’ve been eager to launch in Canada since we began,” says COO and co-founder Joe Ochoa. “It’s such a lively, positive market. Now we’re ready. Our concept is proven, our systems are robust, and the product line just keeps expanding. We’re committed to giving our Canadian Artists the strongest possible start to their new home-based business. ”