Join My Team - Become a Demonstrator

Here's where you can find out why it's great to be a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.


This is an exciting post for me to be sharing with you. Stampin' Up! have changed the Starter Kit, and reduced the price from £119, to just £99. If you've been considering becoming a demonstrator, but have been put off, or couldn't decide whether to go for it, now is the time to act!

The starter kit is now completely customisable, so you can choose what products suit you. Whether you are a card maker, or a scrapbooker, or looking to complement the range of Stampin' Up! products you already own if you're a dedicated customer/addict, there's something for all. You can choose your products up to the value of £130, and you'll also recieve a business supplied pack worth £45 for free, to help get your business up and running. That's £175 worth of products and supplies for just £130. Stampin' Up! have produced a helpful suggested items to get you started if you can't choose, click here to view.
Sample starter kit

Standard business supply pack

Rewards / Discounts

Demonstrators are entitled to 20% discount on Stampin' Up! products.  This is a great incentive, we all know we are our own best customers!

Stampin' Up! also run plenty of incentive promotions, and you can earn free products this way.  Examples include the recent Bookathon, where demonstrators who registered workshop bookings received two free stamp sets, and during Sale-a-bration, there were all sorts of incentives for reaching sales targets and getting recruits.

Friendship

When you join Stampin' Up! you'll be amazed at the number of friends you'll make.  You'll make friends with other demonstrators, and you're sure to meet plenty of people who turn into customers once they attend your workshops and classes and get hooked! Demonstrators have access to the exclusive Stampin' Connection forum, a place to share ideas, ask questions and be inspired.

First look at products

As a demonstrator, you get to get your hands on products from new catalogues before the are available to purchase by customers.  This is really exciting, knowing you have items that customers are dying to see. 

Earn Money

Demonstrators receive 20% commission from customer and workshop orders, and extra money can be earned the higher your sales are each month.  If you are successful at recruiting more demonstrators, you will also receive a percentage of their sales too.

Flexible working

Build your business at a pace that suits you.  Whether you want Stampin' Up! to be a hobby, or a full time job, it's up to you. As long as you make your quarterly minimum sales targets, there's nothing to stop you simply satisfying your own hobby and just buying products for yourself.  You can do as much or as little as you want with it, it's up to you.  Work the hours that suit you, it's totally flexible.

Share ideas
Stampin' Up! promote the Share What You Love philosophy, and demonstrators do just that.  There's hundreds of blogs and websites on the Internet, and if you're ever stuck for inspiration, there's plenty to get your creative juices flowing.  We're happy to let each other use our ideas, and there's nothing more flattering than an email from a fellow demonstrator saying they loved a card, and can they share it with their customers.  You'll also receive a monthly copy of Impressions, the Stampin' Up! newsletter, packed with news, tips, project suggestions, business ideas, and lots more.

Attend Stampin' Up! events and conventions

Each year, Stampin' Up! hold a European convention.  Last year it was at Disneyland Paris, this year it's being held in Germany.  It's a great way to meet other demonstrators, learn business techniques, see the latest products, and simply have fun with other people who are as passionate about Stampin' Up! as you are.

There are also regional training days run by Stampin' Up!, as well as team training days run within the team I am in. There's always an event to look forward to.


There's so many reasons to become a demonstrator, if you'd like any more information or would like to join, contact me now, or click here to sign up. You won't regret it!

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