Nail techs: take advantage of the Georgie Smedley Group's new Trade-Up Scheme
Do you want to switch up the nail brands you’re using in salon but struggling to find the funds to do so in the midst of coronavirus? Then it’s time to sign up to the Georgie Smedley Group Trade-Up Scheme.
The group, which distributes Gelish and Aeropuffing and manufactures All That Jazz, knows making this change is difficult, especially coming out of a global pandemic, which is why the company has launched an initiative so you can switch from your current product house to Gelish easily.
Send your existing nail stock to the Georgie Smedley Group and it will trade it for a discount (up to 50%) on your start-up Gelish order with the company, as well as a chance for free training too.
How does the Trade Up Scheme work?
When your courier arrives, he will pick up your packaged items and deliver your new products so you can get started right away. The Georgie Smedley Group will dispose of your existing products correctly and safely.
To qualify for the scheme, you must:
- Have not placed an order with the Georgie Smedley Group (formerly Nail Harmony UK) for the past nine months
- Send a minimum of five nail polish bottles to be exchanged
- Spend a certain amount on your start-up order (minimum £150).
The company is committed to helping those who need it and prides itself on its customer service, so you will be assigned a member of the team to personally sort out your change in brand, who will arrange your order and let you know what discount you qualify for.