Tupperware Representative
What do you do?
Demonstrate Tupperware products.
Teach microwave cooking classes.
Teach freezer meal prep classes
Kitchen organization demonstrations
Do you work for a company that provides training materials and company leadership?
Tupperware gives you a lot of support.
The person who signed me up made money when I need money. So she really really helped me to be good at selling. In fact, she came with me to my first few parties and helped.
I run this business:
Part-time
Work-from-home
Flexible Schedule
How many hours a week do you work at your business?
Less than 20 hours a week
Flexible
When do you work?
Nights
Weekends
Flexible
How much control do you have over your work schedule?
Mostly people want to have parties on the weekends. Sometimes you can have a party at someone’s job in a break room in an afternoon. But, mostly you will work evenings and weekends. This is good if you have a husband to watch your kid. But it is also kind of bad because you are working when he is at home. My husband did not like that.
Could I bring my child or pet to work?
Maybe, it depends on the circumstances
More Details
A lot of the work you are doing is not at the party. There is a lot of follow up to get more orders and organizing things. This is done at home. So no problem with childcare then.
Do you have to own a car?
Yes
Work environment
Inside
Is there a dress code?
No
How do you dress?
Casual
How do you dress for work?
I dressed like I was going to a party or to work. A little bit fancy.
Is this job:
Relaxed
Co-Workers
Work with just a few people
How much did you have to invest to start this business?
The kit cost, I think $100. You pay a down payment of $39. But you get $350 worth of Tupperware. It wasn’t exactly what I would have picked, but they knew what they were doing. It with a good assortment of the kind of thing that it is good to be able to demonstrate. They had a deal when I signed up so that if I sold so much in the first two months, I didn’t have to pay for the rest of my kit. Just the $39.
After expenses, about how much money is your business earning?
You get 35% of everything you sell. You do have to buy any prizes or things you give away at the parties.
How long did it take to break even?
I earned back my $39 with the first party. And made a profit. I did not have to pay off the kit, because I sold enough so that they gave it to me for free.
Job Requirements: What skills does this job require?
You have to be very organized and a go-getter.
I had just moved to the area, so I didn’t have any friends to start with. I walked around my neighborhood knocking on doors to get some of my neighbors to have my first parties.
I cut up old catalogs and made posters to hang in the laundromat and on the bulletin board in some apartment buildings near me. That worked great! I got my first parties and booked new parties through each of them. Many people would have a party every six months. I’m transcribing
Do you have to go to school to get this job?
No.
What kind of school teaches this job?
I didn’t even have a high school diploma.
Location
This job could be done anywhere.
What do you like best about this job?
There is a lot of room for advancement! You can become a team leader, get a company car! You can really, really do well with Tupperware!
Tupperware Representative

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