Posts with Category: Mumpreneur Profiles
Here is another one in my regular series of mums who are making it in multi level marketing or party plan businesses. today I’m looking at Herbalife, and I spoke to Fiona Thompson
I’ve decided to start a regular series on network marketing companies, because there are just so many opportunities out there and it is still the best way for mums to set up a part time business from home. So today, I’m interviewing Becky Taylor about her experience with Scentsy.
The word itself, networking, was enough to send shivers down my spine a couple of years ago. The mere thought of walking up and start talking to people I didn’t know was utterly terrifying and forcing myself to do it felt like completely violating my natural instincts.
Philippa Mitchell is an independent distributor with Wikaniko, a British cooperative marketing company that aims to encourage and enable people to be both greener and healthier through making economic and eco-friendly changes to products they use every day.
If you have read my mumpreneur story so far (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3), you will know that I got to a point where I felt I needed to find a business idea soon. I had no money of my own, and my husband is also an accountant, so I was going to have to come up with a plausible business plan, or else he would not want to invest in it. He is the scariest of Dragons, and is very risk averse.
This week’s mumpreneur profile is a complaining cow who found her niche and turned her blog into a buisiness. I just love the name of this blog! So this week I give you Helen Dewdney, the Complaining Cow.
Here’s the latest instalment of my series profiling mums who are running a home business. Today, I’m talking to Shari Sant, who works as a virtual assistant with her business RedRite.
Sue Hall joined Stampin Up ! as a demonstrator in 2011. At the time of joining Sue was recovering from two serious car accidents which had prevented her from being able to work full time.