sales rep for good companies? i don`t have a job right now and i would like to be a sales representative. can anyone give me a list of good companies that i can work with. i know some companies that have independent sales opportunity like AVON
, AMWAY GLOBAL, MARY KAY, HERBALIFE, LIFE WAVE. but can i get more list. please list as much.
They are FDA approved. Only 1 US supplier. Limited sales reps. Reps receive their commission before the manufacturer. they are in the process of upgrading their site, here is their temperary site link- http://lrc. they also can be found on Alibaba.
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It’s a business model that has been in use since 1886 when Avon started using direct selling to distribute their product, enabling anyone to make money by selling the company’s goods as an official representative. They paved the way for many other direct selling businesses, who employed brand advocates to sell their products for them at house parties and gatherings, and paid them a commission on everything sold as a result of their work.
Many now-household names followed Avon’s example: Tupperware employed people to throw parties at their homes to sell Tupperware products in 1946, Mary Kay for cosmetics in 1963, and Herbalife for nutritional products in 1980. These businesses have traditionally had large offline and on-the-ground components to them, requiring significant amounts of capital to start. With such high barriers to entry, new entrants in this space have typically not been a threat. However, as social media seeps its way into all aspects of consumers’ lives and ecommerce becomes a more widely adopted channel for businesses, it’s not surprising that new direct sales businesses are gaining popularity.
In 2004, serial entrepreneur Jessica Herrin began creating hand-made jewellery and DIY kits and holding trunk shows for friends in Austin, Texas. The trunk shows quickly gained popularity, and as demand grew for the service, Jessica knew she was onto something big. Three years later Stella & Dot was born, and it has now grown into an international brand that empowers women across Canada, the U.S. and the UK to host their own trunk shows and earn a commission on everything they sell.
Herrin’s timing couldn’t have been better. With an ailing economy and rampant unemployment, many people have needed to find alternate ways to supplement their income just to stay afloat. Today Stella & Dot employs over 12,000 consultants and has generated annual revenues of $100 million, and a key part of that has been online sales and promotion. “A key goal for us is to increase the ‘dollars per hour’ our Stylists earn,” said Stella & Dot’s chief marketing office Anna Fieler in an interview. “We see ecommerce and social media as critical components to helping realize this goal. Our Stylists acquire customers at her Trunk Show; eCommerce and Social Media help her retain these customers through repeat purchase and ongoing dialog.”
Silvia Doundakova is the co-founder of Alex + Von , a company that serves small consumer brands with distribution through a network of consultants. “There is so much that we can augment in the traditional model to help the small micro business owner reach further than they could if they were acting offline,” she said in an interview.
It’s easier for the salespeople at direct selling businesses to extend their reach using social media, and this has become an integral part to the success of their micro businesses. Furthermore, consultants can now show catalogues of products using their phones and finish the transaction on the spot using mobile checkout systems. For companies like Alex + Von, getting the venture up and running has also become easier. They are able to use online training videos to onboard consultants more efficiently and cost effectively, and equip their consultants with the right resources to make their micro-businesses successful. Doundakova mentioned that the company is also planning to add more tools for consultants, which should help make direct selling a viable full-time opportunity.
Companies like Avon have seen declining revenues recently as they’ve moved away from direct sales, a trend outlined in a recent CNN Money article. They also now need to have a much stronger online strategy to compete with the young companies like Stella & Dot, the similar company Chloe + Isabel , and Alex + Von. New direct selling startups have been successful thus far, but they should pay attention to Avon’s downfall as a reminder that in-person interaction is always at the core of direct selling success, even if innovations in mobile tech and social media help to spread the word.