Selling at workplaces

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newventurermum Fri 16-Dec-16 10:32:46


Does anyone know how do I get to sell product at workplaces for a few hours? For example, like some independents book sellers do with a small stall? Does anyone have an experience with that and could share the best way to approach he companies, please?


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TrollTheRespawnJeremy Fri 30-Dec-16 20:11:08

Most companies have it established. If you know places that do it, call their front desk and ask how to apply.

If you do any networking or fairs it's always worth chatting about what other events you do to get new ideas.

FromIbizaToTheNorfolkBroads Fri 30-Dec-16 20:19:48

IME the only one of these that I've ever seen work was a book one where the books and a form were left for people to look at and place an order if they wanted (ie. we never saw the person who was selling so no pressure to buy whatsoever).
If however you are talking about a stall for a MLM then forget it! Nobody wants to buy overpriced Aloe Vera/mascara/ health "supplements".

BellyBean Fri 30-Dec-16 20:47:09

We have a big office with conference centre. You'd just call reception and enquiry whether they'd be interested in you coming in. You'd want to go for companies with at least 200 employees on site though.

And be selling something decent, jewellery/ books etc.

newventurermum Wed 04-Jan-17 11:04:02

Thank you for your replies, I very much appreciate it!!! Will do some call to companies and hopefully manage to get to show my products. I sell lovely jewellery so believe the product will be right! smile Thanks again!

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