Neal's Yard Direct Selling

(10 Posts)
winkywinkola Sun 29-Dec-13 15:08:01

Has anyone had any experience of direct selling Neal's Yard products?

info here

I really want to get back into some kind of work but with ds3 only 17 months old, it's tricky. I thought something like hosting parties could bring me a small income.

Any inside track experience or another direct selling company recommendation?

I love Captain Tortue but a friend already sells their stuff and I can't tread on her toes!

2madboys Thu 02-Jan-14 12:36:01

Hi Winky - I do Phoenix Trading. It's a direct selling business selling greeting cards and stationery. PM me if you'd like to know more. The good things about it are that it has a big repeat purchase business and also low cost products so there is never a need for a 'hard sell' or to feel bad that people can get similar products much cheaper elsewhere.

2madboys Thu 02-Jan-14 12:36:27

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bennybenbear Mon 13-Jan-14 22:12:36

I am an Arbonne Independent Consultant, started three months ago and currently building a team. It has completely changed my outlook on work and life! I currently fit it in around an almost full time day job and my two year old.
The personal development with the role is fantastic and helps so much in all areas of life and earning potential is significant.
I'd be happy to have an informal chat with you about it for you to find out more, just PM me.

Heather22 Mon 20-Jan-14 18:26:16

I am a SAHM and also work as an Independent Consultant for The Pampered Chef. It's fun, flexible and rewarding and fits around my family. I have been doing this for 3 years now and it works! I earn good money, get free products, I get to socialise and I've made some amazing friends (sorry if that sounds a bit cheesy but it's true!) I'm more than happy to talk to anyone who would like more information as the pampered chef are expanding throughout the UK.

UsedToBeNDP Mon 20-Jan-14 18:34:51

This thread is pyramid spamtastic!

hootloop Mon 20-Jan-14 18:38:40

No but I did Avon for a bit and it was a hell of a lot of work for very little money.
I would always recommend a proper job if you can.

UsedToBeNDP Mon 20-Jan-14 19:10:15

Agreed hotloop, I did a stint of that godawful one.... Forgotten the name now, like Bettaware but not...Anyway, it was about 17yrs ago and was utter shit. Loads of work for very, very little in the way of returns.

UsedToBeNDP Mon 20-Jan-14 19:10:47

Kleeneze, that's it. Fucking awful.

Makemeup Mon 03-Feb-14 17:41:12

I am with FM Cosmetics l work from home in my spare time no hassle brill love it pm if you want to know more.x

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