Main Professions Home Based Business Tupperware
Tupperware The Basics
Tupperware, the little plastic food containers with the patented burping seals, were introduced to the American public back in 1946 by Earl Silas Tupper, hence the name, Tupperware. The popularity of Tupperware skyrocketed during the 1950s and today it is sold in approximately 100 different countries around the globe including: Australia, the United States, Mexico, Germany and France.
Tupperware is distributed to customers by a Tupperware consultant. These consultants sell products by demonstrating the latest models via home parties. Commissions are earned based on the amount of Tupperware sold at the party. Generally a Tupperware consultant will earn a ten to fifteen percent commission on their sales. The more Tupperware a consultant sells the more perks they receive from the Tupperware company. Consultants can earn vacations, merchandise and even vehicles. If you are a Tupperware consultant, then having a professional looking business card will help you to book more parties and generate a larger sale's volume.
Tupperware Recruiting Tool Consultant Recruiting
In addition to personal sales, Tupperware consultants can also earn money by recruiting other Tupperware consultants. If you are interested in expanding your Tupperware business then designing a consultant recruiting business card can be a good investment. Hand out these cards to people interested in becoming a consultant. Make sure you print information on how they can sign up as a consultant online using your consultant number. Add this information to the back of the recruitment card.
Tupperware Party Host Recruiting Tools
As mentioned above, the success of a Tupperware consultant's home business is based on how much they are able to sell. One way to increase your sales volume is to increase the number of parties that you throw each year. Tupperware party host recruiting cards are a great way to accomplish this. Design them to entice potential hosts to throw a Tupperware party. Print the perks of hosting a party on the back of the card and print your contact information on the front.
Tupperware Party Invitations
Another way that you can encourage your party hostesses to invite a lot of people to their party is to offer them Tupperware party invitation cards. On the front of this card print spaces to write in the date, location and time of the party. Give the party's hostess a stack of blank invitations for them to fill out and hand out. Remind them that the more that people order, the more free gifts they will receive.
Don't Be Afraid to Add a Photo or Logo
Adding your photo or logo to your people business cards adds an extra personal touch that will have customer's feeling like they know something more about you. The more a customer thinks they know; the more likely they will use your services. Our upload feature is simple and easy to use.
Ordering a Tupperware Business Card
If you see a business card that you want to use, simply click on that image. By clicking on the image it will immediately take your selection to the Card Editor. This area will allow you to continue developing your card by entering your personal information (credentials, phone number, email address, mailing address, etc.). It will also give you the opportunity to use the back side of your card if you desire. Once you're satisfied, go ahead and complete your order. We will never sell your information. We are not a data collection company. We print business cards. It's that simple for us. In addition to this peace of mind, we also offer our 100% satisfaction guarantee. This means we will reprint at no charge, if you are not completely satisfied.