Sassy Suite was founded on a single mission: to change the stigma of direct sales from the inside out.
And that starts by teaching direct sellers ethical ways of marketing their businesses by nurturing their relationships rather than exploiting them.
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More About Direct Sales
What is direct sales?
Direct sales is the process of selling products directly to consumers but outside of a retail environment. Instead of a store, most sales occur in the home or online via social media networks.
Does direct selling really work?
Owning a direct sales business is like owning a franchise business in any other industry. Yes, it’s absolutely possible to succeed, but it’s not guaranteed and it’s not going to be easy. Success is going to take planning, strategy, and hard work.
How do I choose which company to join?
Truth be told, there are hundreds of direct sales companies you can join – some have been around for decades and others are brand new. That said, and there are a few things to take into consideration before you choose a direct sales company. And we’ve also put together a comprehensive list of 61 questions you can ask before joining any company.
How important is my upline to my success?
Choosing the right upline is important, but it’s not something that will make or break your business. Even if you chose the very best upline, you can’t foresee what circumstances might make them leave the company or go inactive later. Because direct sales is such a personal industry, people join and leave for very personal reasons. So it’s important to find other resources outside of your upline.