My name is Christina and I’m an Independent Sales Leader actively growing my team. Before I became an AVON Representative myself, I was struggling to find work and to make ends meet. Having been a stay at home mum for so many years, I felt isolated and disconnected from the workforce.
Joining AVON not only started opening doors for me professionally, but also personally. There was a big part of myself that seemed to be lost over the years, but now a confident, motivated and driven aspect of myself has been found. My life still centres around my family, but with AVON, I can make it all work for me. I’m a mother and a business woman!
I was fortunate enough to have an excellent Sales Leader recruit and mentor me and I will offer that same support and guidance to anyone who would like to take this journey with me.
What are the key benefits of joining AVON?
The opportunity to work from home.
The freedom to work the hours that suit you and your family.
Free website allowing you to earn online.
Unlimited earning oppurtunties.
No start-up cost and a free start-up kit supplied.
The skills to transform your life.
An exciting career doing something fun whilst meeting new people.
Earning up to 25% of everything you sell
What does selling AVON involve?
Set up your online store…it’s very simple do to.
Give out brochures and the link to your online store with friends, family and colleagues.
If you want, you can even ask AVON to allot you some sales territory to manage.
Submit your orders online and then deliver.
What makes a successful AVON Representative?
Don’t worry about not having any previous sales experience, the AVON brand has been going strong for 130 years and sells itself. As long as you are friendly, reliable, motivated and dedicated, you’ll do fine.
Joining AVON isn’t a job, it’s a business. Your business! Dedication and positive thinking will be the keys to your success. With any business, it takes time to build up, but if you possess all the qualities above, it can happen for you.
Just be yourself!
Ready to get started?