Nerium International announced the appointment of Rick Arnold as General Manager of Nerium Australia today at the company’s annual international Get Real conference.
“Our Get Real conference is a time where thousands of our Nerium family from around the globe gather to celebrate our accomplishments and plan for our future,” said Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Olson.
“One of our most exciting plans for the future is our expansion to Australia, a thriving market for both the global anti-aging skincare segment and the direct sales industry. I know we will reach new heights as we welcome Rick Arnold, an accomplished professional who shares Nerium’s values and culture, as General Manager of Australia.”
Since the company’s August 2011 launch in the U.S., Nerium has created skincare products focused on science and clinically proven to produce real results. After breaking sales records while building millions of consumer fans in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South Korea and Japan, Nerium will expand its Asia-Pacific presence when it opens for business in Australia during fourth quarter of 2016.
“It is an honor to join the Nerium family and introduce the Nerium opportunity to Australia. I will make sure to provide a high level of support to our new Independent Brand Partners and build a record breaking business in Australia just as we are doing across the world,” shared Australia General Manager Rick Arnold.
As Nerium’s newest General Manager, Rick Arnold has an outstanding record in driving company growth. Rick has worked in the direct sales industry for over 20 years. He spent 13 years in corporate management and served as a leading distributor with a top-tier industry leader for 10 years. He earned his Diploma of Education from Salisbury College of Advanced Education where he studied science, music, psychology and English. He also holds a Certificate IV in Frontline Management Australian Government Accreditation Finance for Managers from Australian Institute of Management and a Graduate Certificate in Business Management from Adelaide University.