AVON Recruiting in Town
One successful way of finding new AVON Representatives is by having an AVON Recruiting event in town. The picture below is of our AVON Recruiting stand last week in Winsford, Cheshire. We talk to people and give away free samples and our recruiting leaflets to people who are interested in earning extra cash. For anyone who is really keen on getting started with AVON, we are able to book an appointment to get them going later that day or over the next few days. It usually takes between 30-45 minutes to get started at AVON. We supply new starters with a starter kit and brochures and give them practical tips and advice on how to get off to a fantastic start with AVON and gather orders. Having an AVON Recruiting stall is great because you have the opportunity to chat to people. You can also pick up AVON Customers who may not have a current AVON representative to serve them.
AVON Recruiting Tips
Here are a few of my top AVON Recruiting Tips:
- Dress for success – make sure you look professional and you are using/wearing AVON products. Personally I like to wear black trouser and top and a pink cardie. I also have some logo’d t-shirts as well. Whatever you wear, look smart and professional.
- Make sure that you have plenty of flyers or prospecting cards with your name and number on them. You never know whether someone takes a flyer and then re-discovers it in their handbag a few weeks later.
- Get yourself a small A6 booklet where you can keep names and numbers and you can book people in to get started.
- Don’t take a “no” personally. You never know whether someone might just need a bit of time to have a think about things. Just smile and be friendly.
- If you are going to do an event or be in a specific place, why not advertise where you will be on social media. I find this works really well if I advertise where I am going to be, as quite often people want to speak to someone face-to-face before getting started.
Where can I go to do AVON recruiting?
Here are a few ideas for you:
- Town Centres – you will need to check whether you need a permit or you need to pay to hire the space
- School Fairs and Fundraisers
- Ladies Evenings – look in your local paper for these
- Job Fairs or Employment Exhibitions