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6 days ago

Jewelry Sales Representative

Chloe + Isabel San Diego, CA

We are a fashion jewelry lifestyle brand empowering creative and confident women to develop and grow their own business both online and in… Chloe + Isabel


6 days ago

Independent Fashion Merchandiser

Chloe + Isabel San Diego, CA

We are a fashion jewelry lifestyle brand empowering creative and confident women to develop and grow their own business both online and in… Chloe + Isabel


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Chantel Waterbury
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    Getting increasingly difficult to sell

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    Current Employee - Merchandiser
    Current Employee - Merchandiser

    I have been working at Chloe + Isabel as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    Love the supportive non-competitive community they have built. Everyone is helpful and there is a lot of continuous training and company sponsored promotions to keep you motivated.

    Cons

    They say it can be an online business (sales via your personal boutique website) but you won't make any money that way. Customers identify direct sales with the same old template of taking their orders, hand delivering, cash exchange. The catalogs are expensive and shipping is 5.95 for anything under 100. I find that some of the pieces are not practical and too expensive for most people. It's fashion boutique jewelry and most people don't want to pay hundreds for jewelry that can only be worn once or twice because of the style (large, statement, not versatile). Also, the pieces are made in china and I have seen identical pieces on etsy sold from china at 10% the cost of ours. I love the company and what it stands for but the average consumer does not appreciate the lifetime guarantee because they don't plan on wearing the piece forever, they'd rather pay less for our jewelry.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Limit replacements to 90 days not lifetime and lower your prices. We shouldn't be selling pieces over $100 in direct sales, people just can't justify that unless it's a special occasion piece. You can't make money that way.

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