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About Origami Owl

Origami Owl provides a multitude of Company-published materials available that contain excellent tips aimed at helping your business be a success. You also have the opportunity to ask other successful Independent Designers, such as your personal Mentor, for tips and advice on selling Origami Owl Custom Jewelry.

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In a marketplace driven by innovation, it is critical to stay competitive by introducing new products. Origami Owl is always innovating new products in order to keep up with current trends. Limited-edition items are introduced periodically and our one-of-a-kind collections will always evolve and be at the forefront of our brand. Our custom jewelry will always focus on being personal and unique to the individual.

We occasionally will update our packaging to keep our presentation current and fresh. Remember that we're in the fashion business. Fashion is always changing and different styles are being created. Fresh new innovations in jewelry and unique one-of-a-kind pieces will always have a special place in our hearts and the hearts of our Designers.


What do I do first?

Complete a DESIGNER Agreement, either in person or online. If a Mentor shared this opportunity with you then you'll need the last name and DESIGNER ID # of the Mentor. Anticipate the arrival of your Business Kit. Kick off your new profession as an Origami Owl Designer by holding your first Origami Owl Jewelry Party!

How will I get paid? Designers have the opportunity to sell products and instantly keep the profits. For commission payments and orders from the Designers e-commerce website the Designers can choose to have payments directly deposited to their account or receive a check from Origami Owl. For Designers who prefer to receive their checks by mail, checks will be mailed out on approximately the tenth day of the month if the check amount exceeds $10.00. If the check amount is below $10.00 the amount will be held until the following month.

Can I transfer or sell my Origami Owl Independent Designer Business? The agreement with each Independent Designer is a personal contract with Origami Owl and may only be transferred at the approval of the Company.


Because of the nature of the business each and every Independent Designer is considered an independent contractor. Because of this structure it is the responsibility of the Independent Designer to pay his or her Social Security tax and any other applicable taxes. Origami Owl does not deduct any taxes from an Independent Designers commission checks. Each year, Origami Owl will issue a form (IRS Form 1099) to each Independent Designer for the prior year's earnings, provided they have earned at least $600.00 U.S. dollars (the lowest amount in annual compensation that must be reported to the IRS) in; incentives, override commissions, including trip incentives and other reportable earnings. – lessMore from ZoomInfo »

Origami Owl Employer Reviews

Independent Designer (Current Employee), Chandler, AZApril 16, 2014
Inventory Manager (Former Employee), Chandler, AZMarch 18, 2014
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Warehouse Production Worker (Former Employee), Chandler, AZDecember 29, 2013

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