Most everyone who is familiar with direct sales knows that if you want to save money on your products, hosting a party is the way to go.
Courtrooms, Cartridges, and Campfires is about the colorful characters Wayne Anthony Ross met, like The Balloon Man, and his adventures.
Lizbeth Meredith’s memoir, Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters is a tale of how domestic violence escalates after victims leave.
There are few families that don’t have a tote bag in their house. Many are the sturdy, multifunctional totes by Thirty-One Gifts.
So, what’s the big deal about direct sales? You see the consultants at the State Fair selling their products and their posts on Facebook.
Why do you want to have a party? Make sure they’re happy with the products. It’s all about the little things when you throw a product party.
Katie started her LuLaRoe business in December of 2016. She wanted the flexibility to volunteer at school while doing something with fashion.
While it can be daunting, employers can create workspaces that are conducive to hiring and retaining Service members and Veterans.
Believing in a product like Tupperware has allowed Rachel to get out, have fun, and make new friends – all while being able to make money!
Building business relationships with customers is what keeps them coming back to you. A key way to build these relationships is customer care.