Princess House is another direct sales company. Like Pampered Chef, they take on consultants to sell their kitchen and cooking items. Consultants also sell various food products and items for the home. As a consultant, you have to get people to book shows and invite others to come. You are also given your own personal website where people can order directly from you on the web.
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How much can you earn?
According to the Princess House website, just one show each week can earn you about $480 per month. Two shows a week can equal $1120 per month, and three shows a week can amount to $1680. These numbers are not set in stone and are based on averages. Realistically, the amount you earn will depend on how many people come to the parties and how much they buy. The amounts listed also include bonuses. Commission amounts depend on how much you sell and start off at 25 percent. Commissions can increase to as much as 35 percent.
How does training work?
You’ll be given access to lots of training materials at the start. Additionally, your consultant – the person who helps get you set up – should also help you a great deal.
How much does it cost to get started?
You’ll have to spend $139 to get your kit filled with products and business supplies. Note that this price may vary – what I listed is just the current price at the time of this blog posting. The retail value of all the things you’ll receive is up around $600. You’ll probably make back what you spent at your first show.
Is Princess House recommended?
It is a legitimate opportunity — the company has been around for a long time. I think if you have a knack for sales and are really into cooking, home stuff, etc. you might enjoy it. It would also help if you have lots of connections so there will be no shortage of people to book parties for you.
Where do you go to get started?
You can go here to read all about getting started with Princess House. Good luck! Please comment below if you are or have ever been a Princess House consultant and share your experience.