Amongst the many things that have turned people’s heads and attracted their attention, the rise of certain unique brands and businesses have perhaps made the most headlines.
Ever wondered what could have helped them achieve such staggering milestones and be known so much in their industries? Jordan Duran, a youngster who owns and serves as the CEO of his well-renowned hip-hop jewelry brand named “6 Ice,” has come forward to throw light on the topic.
He says that “every brand in the world, be it in any niche or industry, needs to have a solid foundation built on passion, dedication, perseverance and the pure will of the owner to take their brand to success levels others would take inspiration from.” Duran did just that as he built his brand’s momentum and success as well as his own as a self-made designer and founder.
6 Ice stands apart from others in the industry for reasons more than one. First and foremost, it is a brand that has been built from the ground up and was created with the aim to provide only the best and the highest quality jewelry to hip-hop and jewelry lovers.
In the past few years, hip-hop jewelry has become a new trend in the hip-hop culture, and capitalizing on that, Duran in 2018 from scratch built his brand from nothing to the successful enterprise it is today, much beyond his imaginations.
6 Ice is a growing brand based out of Toronto, Canada, that thrives on its enchanting designs, offering premium quality with gold plated, silver and solid gold options for all, with customized options for those who like a personalized touch.
They are available to customers throughout the world and offer lifetime warranties with the option of refund and exchange of products at any time. Also, 6 Ice offers limited collections, offering the most fashion-forward and stylish pieces.
Today, the brand sells in over 165 countries and is growing incredibly in the industry. To learn more, visit their website, https://6ixice.com/ or follow them on Instagram @shop6ice.
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