It was the rage as I grew from childhood in the 1950’s to adulthood. My Mom loved spending time with her girlfriends, invited to a night out party at a family friend or neighbor’s home enjoying the display of the most admired home products. She dressed business best for the event and refreshments of tea, coffee and cake were served after. She and her friends watched how Tupperware dealers demonstrated lock in flavor and lock out air. She hosted a party herself a few years later and received a valuable gift for being a treasured hostess. Also a great option for the stay at home Mom to establish their own expertise as a business woman….to get out of the post war house and bring the amazing plastic products to others that would learn to save food for years.
The first Tupperware party was held in 1948 and demonstrations proved a very effective way of selling the product then and 65 years later now. Tupperware has been growing with eco friendly products and revenue continues to skyrocket with Tupperware Brands expanding to almost 100 countries around the world. You can still become a Tupperware lady earning up to 35% commission, complete flexibility and incredible training and support; the latter always being the key to businesses that continue to prosper as well as employees.
In response to growing environmental awareness, Tupperware containers offered positive alternatives to disposable wrap and packaging, including the Square-A-Way® sandwich keeper, the Box Lunch and the Lunch ‘N Bag sets. According to Tupperware research, The 1990’s trends reflected a renewed emphasis on the home and traditional comforts such as home-cooked meals. Right in step with the time, Tupperware launched an expanded product line of contemporary-design kitchen tools made with Tupperware’s signature quality They now sell products under seven brands consisting of Tupperware, which represents food preparation, storage and serving solutions for the home, and six brands of beauty and personal care products including Avroy Shlain, BeautiControl, Fuller, NaturCare, Nutrimetics, and Nuvo.
Rick Goings, Chairman and CEO, commented, “First quarter 2016 sales were $525.7 million up 1% in local currency. While we continued to achieve strong performances in Argentina, Brazil, China, Tupperware Mexico and Tupperware U.S. and Canada, we have continued to need to navigate through economic and political headwinds. Even so, we were able to come in above the high end of our diluted earnings per share range, reflecting lower resin costs and our initiatives to manage costs, gross margin and leverage under our promotional programs, as well as improved exchange rates.”
First VP of Sales for Tupperware, Brownie Wise,really said it all when it comes to positive leadership and worldwide company presence. When you help someone up a hill,you find yourself closer to the top
There are no specific requirements to become a consultant only the desire to succeed in a career that seems to offer endless opportunities.