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Direct Selling Consultants Use Vendor Events


Deb Bixler, Direct Selling

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Vendor Events Bring Consultant Success

As a direct selling consultant you have worked hard to build your business and achieve success.  You have streamlined and improved your strategies, and your enthusiasm and passion are more than a dream. Now it is time to take your direct sales business to the next level of vendor events.

Vendor Set Up Tips For Sales Results

The vendor events give the visitor visual overload so it is important to have an attractive table to catch the eye of potential customers, to stop them in their tracks.  This makes it feasible to engage them in conversations about your product line. The right display is necessary to hold the attention of passers-by.  Too many items on your display table or in your booth can look unorganized.  Handmade risers can be made of pieces of wood utilized to raise like items and conserve space.  For a booth, a banner can be inexpensively fashioned from pieces of material with your logo stitched on with colors complimenting your displayed items. The direct sales business lends itself to a hands-on approach, with no limit to creativity.

Direct Selling Leaders Train Team

The vendor event is a great opportunity to train your team. Bring consultants to every event and let them practice and listen to the expert on the showroom floor.

Whether you are a team leader or a party plan consultant, you know the significance of using the right delivery to get your point across.  It is important to create an environment that is conducive to instilling the right desire, letting your potential customer know that she or he is in the right place at the right time, that you have what they want. To start, your vendor table has to be functional and stable and can be very cost-effective.  The best way to begin is with the centerpiece. Many direct selling consultants focus on their product line, overlooking the focal point: the centerpiece.

Even with a limited budget, a centerpiece can be a very elegant display of candles of different sizes, or various shaped and colored bottles which can be picked up at a local thrift or craft store.  A very practical and inexpensive display can be a catalog or list of your products displayed with dried flowers in a basket.  Passers-by will get a treat from your direct sales business with inexpensive little tidbits of edibles, such as small pieces of chocolate or small bite-size veggies attractively displayed in wicker baskets.  And what about drawing from nature and gathering up rustic branches, flowers, wild berries, flowers, pine cones or other types of natural materials found in your area?  You may even find that any type of sliced fruit cleverly displayed in tall clear vases filled with water and flowers will spark a conversation as potential customers look over your vendor table.

Visual appeal and budget do not have to be mutually exclusive, in fact they can go hand-in-hand as you network and continue to grow your business.

Vendor Training For Direct Selling Success

Going to vendor events regularly can mean the different between success and failure. Training your direct sales consultants to go to vendor events will bring you a constantly growing team. Direct sellers who attend vendor events will never worry about where to find business again. Learn more about how to maximize your results at vendor events from the Deb Bixler, Direct Selling 2011 speaker of the year in this free sales training video.

 

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