Articles in the business opportunities Category
Running a party at home is a great way to spend quality time with your friends and a fun way to earn some extra income or build a business. Here Rachel from Bella Accessories talks about how to run a successful party at home.
“Firstly it’s a fun way to get friends together! Bella parties are like a pop-up shop at your home. Once a date has been secured, we send a confirmation email to our host along with invitations. We ask the host to make a guest list so that …
Company Name: Bella Accessories
Bella Accessories is a social selling business that creates flexible entrepreneurial opportunities for women. Style Consultants sell fashion accessories through parties at home, pop-up shops in the work place, fairs, charity events and coffee mornings. The products are fashionable and affordable and there is no pressure to do the “hard sell”. Monthly incentives keep the team motivated however there are no sales targets and Consultants choose the hours they work to suit their individual lifestyle.
Business partners Anna and Rachel have proven the concept works. They have been style consultants for two years and earn …
Company Name: SPICE All Things Nice for You and Your Home
Description : New and exciting Party Plan Company with a diverse product range that has something for everyone.
Hours you might need to work to make it succeed : 1-2 evenings per week would give a potential income of £300+ a month.
Skills : We are looking for positive, honest and self motivated ladies who enjoy meeting people and are confident in themselves.
Date Established: September 2012
What You Offer: Direct selling
Initial Start up Costs: A £50 deposit gives the use of a …
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With the kids now settled back into school life you may be wondering what you can do with yourself? Getting a job that fits in around school hours can be difficult to find so why not look into starting your own business?
There are two fantastic new ecourses being launched this week, one today and one on Thursday!
Bianca Forbes is hosting a free webinar on how Start Your Online Business for Mums in 30 Days!
In this event Bianca will be sharing:
How to choose the right online business for you so you …
In the first part of Antonia’s direct selling guide we covered the first 6 ideas on direct selling, in this second part, we will explore 6 more ideas on direct selling and how it could work for you.
Are customers likely to return to buy their favourite products again and again, or would purchases be a one-off? If you have a product that is a one-off or only appeals to a certain age group (baby products are an obvious example) you’ll need to keep on finding new customers. …
Sue Atkins, the author of Parenting Made Easy – How to Raise Happy Children, is looking for mums or dads to become sales consultants for her products.
So if you are looking to earn some extra money and are passionate about about raising happy healthy children, then this may interest you.
All sales consultants will get order forms, business post cards, and some sample CD packs. All you need to do is tell people about these amazing products and in return you will earn 30% commission as well as discounted products for …
If you have a flexible business opportunity which might suit WAHMs please do get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re looking for genuine opportunities for parents which can be done from home or fitted around the school run, and we’ll feature your business on the this blog.
There are questions below to guide you BUT don’t feel that you have to stick to a Q&A format. Family Friendly Working covers news and short articles about you and your business. All pieces need to be 200-400 words:
Your Business Opportunity
Description of the business that someone …
Once you have decided to start a business, you need to assess which type of business will work best for you. A business idea that seems great on paper is fine … but you can’t tell if you have a really strong proposition until you have done some research. Make sure you run through this quick checklist and then explore any issues it raises in more depth:
What’s your niche? Is your idea for a business unique and different to others in your area? You can do better if you pick something …