Business Startups Expo

Two days done!

All good fun seeing friends from past years and making new ones too.

Been really busy and noticed most of the people seeking help on the Community Stand are mature – very few youngsters with any passion.

Friday was pretty much the same as Thursday with more couples turning up.

The London Clothes show was rather distracting. :o)

Community Fundraiser

Community Fund Raiser

Utility Warehouse launched a scheme a few years ago – very basic it was (but sophisticated now!), to help charities and good causes raise money.

So successful has it become that over 1,000 different organisations are now involved

Read the full story here:

Pay Increase

commission up 13.34% on last month – Utility Warehouse residual income rocks.

If you would like to find out more, please click here:

http://www.future-biz.co.uk

There are Career Opportunity Meetings most nights of the week.

Please call to reserve your place at a local one to you – over 40 locations across the United Kingdom.

See Contact Us above.

Success with Utility Warehouse

When we first started almost 12 years ago, there was little history for many of us within the industry and as Ed Ludbrook would put it, we were pioneers.

Taking the glory one week, and the flak the next.

That has all changed, since it is quite clear the people joining now have the following attributes:

Socially outgoing

Past/current experience of business

A real dream and need to do well

Plus a desire to take charge of their future

During the last two years, there has been a major influx of people from within the property sector:

Private Property Landlords – Letting Agents – Estate Agents – Mortgage Brokers – Insurance Brokers – Independent Financial Advisors – Builders – Electricians – Plumbers and so on,

and more recently the professionals have started arriving in their droves:

Solicitors – Accountants – Teachers/Lecturers

plus down the years, the newly and presently retired, those who have declining pensions or inadequate provision for later years.

 And of course the many from ethnic communities, who can see the opportunity from afar.

Most are working part time, topping up their income. For some the extra £200 to £300 per month is staving off poverty, for others, who are more serious are building substantial replacement incomes of £2,000 to £5,000 or more per month.

But it is not just the income ….. new friendships, company inventives with two car plans, awards and very importantly recognition for achieving success however small or large.

Too many employees are starved of recognition, and simply receiving a Well Done when they qualify their position is the first time in over 30 years that they have felt wanted.

If there is one thing that I really love about Utility Warehouse is the feeling of family, and it is perhaps a further reason as to why the company have become so successful.

Extra Income Update

In the last few months there has been a massive influx of new distributors to the team, fuelled no doubt by the credit crunch, but also by the realisation that full time work is becoming less prevelant.

Quite simply more and more people are taking two or three jobs or opportunities to make ends meet.

With the likelihood that there is no immediate end to the downturn, Utility Warehouse is best placed to help people ride out the storm with record numbers both taking the services http://www.great-value.co.uk and joining the business http://www.future-biz.co.uk

With now over 40 presentation venues around the UK and more than 30 training centres, the company is geared up for success.

To discuss your prospects and have any questions, why not call 020 296 1846, once you have viewed the above links. Alternatively an information is open on 020 8955 5678.

Also worth clicking the tab above on Extra Income here https://combyne.wordpress.com/taking-that-second-or-third-job/

More French and Saunders – now PAYG

Bethany’s birthday present

Details here (& laugh) http://www.go-fast.co.uk

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