Have you ever wondered how to become a Stampin' Up demonstrator in the UK?
Well, it's easy! All you do is purchase the Starter Kit! This costs only £99 and is valued at more than £130 with £35 business pack free.
The kit is fully customisable so it can fit in with you, perfect!
Once you've bought your kit you will have Active Demonstrator status which entitles you to:
- A massive 30% discount on your first order if you spend £150 or more in the first 45 days of becoming a demonstrator
- 20% discount on the rest of your orders
- Access to the demonstrator website with all its fantastic resources
- Opportunities to earn free stamp sets and cash awards in your first 6 months
- Previews of new products and catalogues
- The opportunity to attend monthly, quarterly and regional training events
- Invitations to demonstrator-only promotions and events - including the annual convention (held at Disneyland Paris this year!, and in Germany in 2012)
- The opportunity to earn luxury, all-expenses-paid trips
In order to keep your Active Demonstrator status, you will need to make minimum sales of £225 net per quarter (which works out at £90 a month including VAT.) Some people cover this with their own orders, with occasional orders from friends and family. Some take it a step further by setting up classes and workshops and increasing orders that way, while others make Stampin' Up a full-time career focus.
People join Stampin' Up for many different reasons. What kind of demonstrator would you be?
- Discount demonstrator: Buys discounted stamps and supplies for personal use and occasionally sells to family and friends.
- Short-term demonstrator: Works to earn a specific amount of money and stops when the goal is reached.
- Hobby demonstrator: Enjoys running workshops and classes and earning extra money when it's convenient; works a lot some months and very little or not at all at other times.
- Seasonal demonstrator: Works hard running workshops during September, October and November and maintains minimal sales during the rest of the year.
- Stay-at-home mum demonstrator: Runs her business around her family commitments, doing workshops a few nights a month to make extra money.
- Career demonstrator: Views Stampin' Up as a viable business with long-term career potential; is ambitious to move up the career ladder and works consistently at her business.
There are any number of ways to make being a demonstrator work for you - Stampin' Up is as individual as you are!
If this is something which interests you don't hesitate to contact me to discuss further at email@example.com