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:
Flexible Schedule
How many hours a week do you work at your business?
Less than 20 hours a week
When do you work?
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?
Work environment
Is there a dress code?
How do you dress?
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:
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?
What kind of school teaches this job?
I didn’t even have a high school diploma.
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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