Jewel Kade Introduces a New Line of Customizable Jewelry and Business Opportunities in Direct Sales

Jewel Kade, a direct sales company specializing in customizable Jewelry and launched in 2008. The company currently has over 2000 consultants and continues to offer new jewelry collections for interested stylists and consumers.
Dec. 13, 2011 - PRLog -- With three great years in direct sales, Jewel Kade has found a comfortable niche in the industry, as JK stylists continue to rise in number. Up and coming direct sales company, Jewel Kade, was founded in 2008 but officially launched in 2009 as a party plan company by Jewelry designer, Janet Kinkade. Having finished a degree in fashion merchandising with years of experience in jewelry design, starting her own jewelry business seemed like the most natural thing to do for Jewel Kade’s founder and CEO.

Janet Kinkade has often described her personal style as being highly diverse, inspired by a variety of things from places and people to landmarks and special occasions. The unique, eclectic, and subtle charm of Jewel Kade has been the driving force behind the company’s success. “The simplicity and beauty of the product make Jewel Kade an easy, exciting direct sales choice for stylists” Janet Kinkade said in an interview. “It [Jewel Kade] is worn by those who celebrate life, and those who treasure unforgettable accessories” a company representative added. Jewel Kade continues to release new products to the market, as the company begins a new year in the direct sales industry.

The company specializes in handcrafted jewelry pieces that include charms and necklaces with customizable pendants and even earrings and bracelets inspired by a variety of trends. Having had only three years in direct sales, Jewel Kade is still a newcomer to the industry but the company, its brand name, and products are no longer strangers to the public. These products have been featured in shows like The Today Show and The Ellen Degeneres Show.

Jewel Kade products are very much inspired by what the company calls “Old World craftsmanship”, which are reminiscent of Celtic and Medieval designs. Most of these pieces are designed by Janet Kinkade herself and are carefully handcrafted in the company’s base in Alpine, Utah. Jewel Kade features materials that include lead-free pewter, German glitter glass, nickel, and gold-plated brass, among others. Images featured inside charmed frames and pendants are printed on canvases. Other jewelry pieces such as bracelets, earrings, and necklaces are designed with pearls, Swarovski Crystals, and glass. These are all customizable pieces, which caters to the personal style and preferences of the company’s consumer base.

As a direct sales jewelry company, Jewel Kade is open to new stylists who are interested in venturing into direct sales to represent the company and its products online and through home parties. Independent stylists can earn personal sales commissions ranging from 25% to 30%. Those who are interested in building a team can sponsor new stylists and earn a portion of their commissionable sales plus team bonuses. Interested stylists may join Jewel Kade by purchasing a starter kit, which comes equipped with all the essentials for launching a Jewel Kade business. The starter kit is available to new consultants for $249 and comes with $600 worth of Jewel Kade products. The kit also comes inclusive of 10 catalogs, a product guide, postcards, order forms, business cards, an accessory kit, and an assortment of Jewel Kade products. The company also offers add-on collections, which can be purchased alongside the starter kit. There are two add-on options; the Executive upgrade, which comes equipped with additional Jewel Kade products valued at $300 but available to stylists for $150 and the Elite Upgrade, which comes with all items available in the Executive upgrade plus exclusive Jewel Kade merchandise and is offered to stylists for $299 with a retail value of $600.

Aside from the starter kit, new stylists can also opt to purchase a personal website, which is renewable each month. Jewel Kade stylist websites are essentially replicated websites of the company’s official site but comes with personalized tabs and stylist information. Jewel Kade stylist websites can be used for selling merchandise online, marketing, and for disseminating information to networks. New stylists can also expect to receive 5% of their initial sales in their first week in free jewelry through the company’s “Charming Start 7-day Program”.

Jewel Kade also employs party-plan marketing and anyone interested can host a JK home party to earn free Jewelry and exclusive hostess rewards. Hostesses can earn 10% of party sales in free jewelry plus 1 host gift for minimum party sales of $250 with 3 individual guest orders. Hostesses who reach party sales of $3000 and at least 3 individual guests orders can earn 25% or $750 of the party’s sales in free Jewel Kade jewelry plus five items at half the price off.

Those who are interested to join Jewel Kade as an independent stylist can visit for more information and news about the company and its business opportunity. Consumers can also visit the site to download the latest catalog, browse through the latest collections. You can also watch out for news and updates, as well as search for stylists near their area at

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