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Posted 19 April 2012 - 10:28 AM
Well I am thinking about doing some party plan/direct selling work to ease in too, while I ease on out of my full time job while I am pregnant and on maternity leave. Who knows might even a career from..
I live in Pakenham Vic right now, but thinking of a regional move sometime, so prefer something I can really do anywhere.
Please send me some info, dont care what, as I am interested in most things..
At the moment I am a centre manager for a self storage company, so I can sell..
Look forward to your replies
Posted 20 April 2012 - 12:25 AM
I actually work for the Chefs Toolbox, which is a Party Plan business that sells Chefs Toolbox cookware products. We actually do cooking parties with a Masterclass cooking theme which makes it fun, so if you like to cook this is a great job.
Generally you can work the hours you like so it ties in with your family commitments.
There are Consultants working in all areas of Melbourne and regional places too.
Posted 20 April 2012 - 12:59 AM
LOL Torquoise - I was just coming in to recommend 'The Chef's Toolbox' as well (where are you located???)
Stormgirll77 - I joined 'Chef's Toolbox' just on 2 years ago - thought it would be a lot of fun & earn some extra money. I did my research beforehand, and found that this company was miles ahead in so many different areas, so thought 'I've got nothing to lose'.
September '11 saw me give up my part time job, as I was just too busy with 'Chefs', and decided to give this a go without any other distractions. Best decision I ever made.
The best part about this job?
- Products are FANTASTIC. Really top quality, fantastic warranty (that the company backs up).
- Have made heaps of new friends from all over Victoria.
- Support/training is second to none. There are always fantastic offers available, which makes getting new bookings really easy - most of the time I don't ask people to book - they ask me.
- Obviously the money side comes into it - great income, incentives and offers are on ALL THE TIME. Each month is different, so you are always looking forward.
- But best of all - IT'S YOUR BUSINESS. You run it the way YOU want to. There are no strict 'rules' you need to adhere to. No pressure.
If you would like to know anymore, please PM me.
Posted 20 April 2012 - 10:42 AM
Oooo.. i am looking at the website.. Never seen this company before.. Will get back to you
Posted 20 April 2012 - 11:35 AM
Hi Mumof4- I love the Chefs Toolbox, I am based in the South Eastern Suburbs.
Where are you based?
Stormgirl77- I know your probably looking at the website at the moment, but please if you would like to PM me that's fine too.
The offers are great and so are the incentives for Consultants to acheive what you want out of it, and it's so true that it's very easy to get bookings. I have been working for the company for 2 years now and I absolutely love it.
As a company they are so very helpful and will assist you along the way with any problems you have.
The training is very easy and it only cost $349 to get your business started which is fantastic.
Edited by Torquoise, 20 April 2012 - 11:39 AM.
Posted 20 January 2013 - 12:23 PM
I do undercoverwear and at the moment it is free to join until 31st jan 2013 you can start earning money from your first party. they have heaps of rewards in their dreamstart program which helps new consultant achieve. email me if interested in some information firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 20 January 2013 - 10:26 PM
Um, she posted this almost 12 months ago, pretty sure she would have joined something by now.
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