I would love to know which party plan jobs are the most rewarding for monetary and job satisfaction.


Posted anonymously, 23rd December 2014


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  • There are some great ideas here. I am also interested in knowing more about this.



  • Nutrimetics gives you great rewards free makeup and discounts of products forever wonderful you can join up and pay later or get sales and activate the account. Choice of skin care and get beauty bag and can sell just to family or friends or take it further. Get other free rewards along the way, hair dryers, bathrobes, or bigger rewards like cars holidays tracyjb@iprimus.com.au



  • There’s a great direct sales company about to launch in Australia in a couple of months time. I always said I would never do party plan, but this one has me sold! Joining at the launch phase is a very unique opportunity. Let me know if you’re interested and would like to know more =)



  • my cousin did Tupperware and did well, and a friend does Avon but the most successful ones I think are the candles at the moment, but get into one that is not too dear, as these types of plans are party based and can be an abuse of friendship if the goods are pricey



  • Personally I like nutrimetics I sell only to family and friends I do put flyer out it different areas and people can order online the prices are reasonable and work and have been around for about 40 years so can trust and not tested on animals like a lot of top name brands. All selling it you can also receive free products so that is great also. If you like to make money and great free products then nutrimetics is great http://www.nutrimetics.com.au/tracybaker you can even get luggage sets, watches, shoes for free. Get in contact and I can get you started.



  • Depends if you get job satisfaction out of happy customers, being really social, working less hours, being around a certain type of people (kids, teens, older ladies etc.) any more info?



  • It would depend on what you would find more interesting. Also if you decide to stop then what stock you would rather be left with. I love Intiamo and also enjo.



  • Lots of answers are related to hosting a party to sell some over-priced products. Honestly… is this the true purpose of a party?



  • my friend sells lorraine lea linen and does linen parties and she has two kids and a hubby and mainly works on the weekend. she loves her job and can make a fair bit of money



  • Great question I’m finding the answers interesting.
    I think if you want to make money it is something you need to be passionate about.



  • There are plenty to choose from but do your research and try and narrow down what type you would prefer eg make up/cosmetics, jewellery, home products etc. Its important to do something you love. Dont be discouraged by companies who do not have $0 join fee or cheap kits as they do that for a reason, they want consultants who want to make money. Also of companies also offer other incentives eg free products for completing training etc so not even sales based. If you are on facebook, have a search for some of the pp groups. It can be vicious as cobsultants will punce on anyone wanting to join but its give you an idea of who is out there. Also, have a look at what is already in your area, try something that hasnt been overdone. Have you ever been invited to a party that made you roll your eyes becuase youve been to a dozen already???



  • Definitely Tupperware. Been around for years, most people who can afford it love it.



  • baby showers are probably the most enjoyable for job satisfaction but i have no idea as to monetary



  • I’ve done both Avon and Tupperware. Made more money from Tupperware, but it is more time intensive. If you do Avon you could run two campaigns simultaneously if you’re organised (the current campaign in one area and the previous campaign in another area, or at work if you work).



  • I would look at either Avon or Tupperware, think about what sort of person you are, is partyplan the way you want to sell, or one on one to avon customers, do you have the outlets for parties, as often once all of your friends have had parties your market dries up and we all know that there is only so much Tupperware that a person really needs, Avon is a product that needs replacing, is affordable, do you know anyone who could hand around a book at their work for you, I know I used to purchase a lot of avon at work, as it was convenient, so basically you need to work out what would work for you, and also do you want to be at parties of an evening when you could be home with your children.


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