Tupperware Business Review

Tupper Ware MLM Business Review Opportunity

Tupperware is the name of a home products line that are into preparation, storage, serving products that are accessible for kitchen and home, and containment.
Earl Tupper first developed the first bell shaped container in 1942 and after six year, the brand products were introduced to the market. The company develops, manufactures, and distributes internationally all the products as a whole subsidiary of its parent company Tupperware Brands. The company is marketed by means of approximately 1.9M direct salespeople on contract basis. In 2013, the marketplace of Tupperware was Indonesia, which tumbled Germany as the second position. Jakarta’s last year sales were more than $200M with only 250,000 sales persons working for them.

When it comes to global economy, women plays a vital role in enhancing the sales. This in turn, provides women and girls good opportunities to gain confidence and at the same time, helps them in achieving economic and social empowerment. From the past 60 years, Tupperware Brands has been at the forefront of the women that helps in providing confidence, tools, and creating an entrepreneurial skills that they need to build to improve their livelihood, which in turn improves the lives of those people who are around them. Found by Earl Tupper, the company believes in enlightening, empowering, and educating women and both in global direct sales and in the different communities, they serve.

Tupperware strongest communities is in Mexico, where the brand operates, Tupperware Mexico and Fuller Cosmetics. Together, these two business have a sale record of more than 700,000.

Social Impact:

The Tupperware and Fuller Business Models not only help in teaching financial literacy and business management but also it empowers women by developing their skills that helps them in becoming a good orator, and the ability to represent oneself in a positive way. After working in direct sales, where they get to meet different people, women built a confident self-image, making themselves leaders in enterprising industry.

Economic Impact:

When women work in direct sales, it increases a woman’s economic status. The study conducted to find out the reason behind the 700,000 it was found out that Tupperware Mexico and Fuller Cosmetics gives access to household goods that would normally be out of reach. The overall 99% of the sales force reported their financial status were improved after the joining of Tupperware. By working with Tupperware Brand, women are not only improving their financial position but they also build a better future for themselves and their children.

The Tupperware Business Opportunity includes the world famous, “Tupperware Party,” upon which the company was actually build. This Tupperware Party offers business opportunities that have modeled themselves. Although, there are two other ways that Tupperware

Consultants can earn money. Each consultant had an independent website where customers can purchase products 24*7. At the same time, there are also a growing number of “Tupperware Access Points” at the local stores throughout America, that resemble sort of cart/kiosk.

Tupperware consultants have the opportunity to both sell the Tupperware products and to build a sales team.

• Consultants earn 25-35% commissions on retail sales.
• 35% off all new demo products
• 30 day free Tupperware website (each additional month $7.95 billed month to month)
• Two kits to choose from $79.99 (over $350 retail value) or $129.99 (over $550 retail value)
• Monthly consultant incentives
• Monthly incentives

Tupperware MLM Compensation Plan:

Tupperware Consultants move up the ranks with qualified recruits. Different consultant can earn from:

1. Retail profit of Tupperware Brands Products: Dealers’ price is 20% less than the normal retail price
2. Free vouchers as welcome gift: Consultant can purchase more products cheaper for a start sample.

Once a member sign up as a Dealer/Consultant, one have to make a purchase of RM150 retail value so that one’s membership is accounted for. To become a qualified recruit, a new consultant must make a purchase of any amount within 21 days of joining. All the newly joined consultant have to maintain a minimum of RM500 per year.

Star Consultant:
All the Tupperware’s Star Consultant can earn from retail profit, which he or she will gets an extra 5 percent.

To qualified as a Star Consultant one has to,
1. Have minimum of two recruits, either directly under themselves or under one of their recruits.
2. Eligible for overriding commission (3%-2%-1%) from their own down line.
3. Star Consultant have to maintain a minimum of RM500 personal sale per month to qualify for overriding commission.

Tupperware Product Review:

The latest uproar over plastic containers seeping chemicals inside the food and liquid we eat, has cast a shroud over all kinds of plastics that are exposed to what the consumer ingest. Some meticulous consumers started to forsake all plastics completely due concerns of health. However, while it is true that exposure to certain chemicals encountered in some plastics have been connected to a number of human health problems such as Cancer and reproductive disorders, only a few percent of plastics that contain them.
According to The Green Guide, the safest plastics for repeated use in storing food are made from HDPE or Plastic #2 (High-Density Polyethylene), LDPE or Plastic #4 (Low-Density Polyethylene), and PP or Plastic #5 (Polypropylene). Most of the Tupperware products have LDPE, PP and they are quiet safe for repeated use for storing food items. Most of the food storage products are from Glad, Saran, Hefty, and Ziploc, which according to The Green Guide are the congregation for health safety.

At the same time, consumers should be aware of more than few healthy brands, as most company make several product featuring some different types of plastics. The main stream of Tupperware products are measured safe for example, Tupperware’s usage of Polycarbonate (Plastic #7), which has been revealed to percolate the detrimental hormone disturbing chemical Bisphenol A (commonly known as BPA) into food substances after repetitive usage. Consumers are concerned about few high risks, so they might want to avoid those product lines that has polycarbonate-based Tupperware products like, Rock ‘N Serve Microwave Line, Meals-in-Minute Microsteamer, TupperCare Baby Bottle, Pizza Keep’ N Heat Container, Table Collection, and theElegant Serving Line.

Apart from BPA’s, there are several other chemicals that can be found in various food storage containers. There are containers that are made out of polyethylene terephthalate (PET or PETE, plastic #1) which are commonly used in normal soda bottles, these plastics are fine to use for one time but if they are used for many a times then they can embark carcinogenic, hormone-disrupting phthalates. At the same time, there are many deli items that comes into wrapped plastic that area made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC, or plastic #3), which can give cancer.

Those Tupperware containers that are made of polystyrene (PS, also known as Styrofoam), these chemicals are also dangerous, as its base component has been associated with skin, eye, depression, fatigue, kidney function, respiratory irritation, and central nervous system damage.

Tupperware Consultant Review:

When one becomes a Tupperware sales consultant, one get the opportunity to sell a variety of Tupperware products and earn a steady income based on the amount of the product sole by them. If one wish to become a consultant, one has to meet with a Tupperware Distributor or a consultant from the near area who can assist them at the time of signing up for the consultant program. After signing up, one has to purchase a Tupperware Starter Kit that helps in providing them with the materials, which they would need when they have to sell their products. One can then sell Tupperware product via creating website or by hosting parties at the local area.

1. Learn about Tupperware Consulting As A Career:
2. Find A Tupperware Sales Consultant In The Local Area
3. Purchase Tupperware Sales Consultant Kits
4. Decide The Way One Want To Sell Tupperware
5. New Members Should Take Some Online Courses
6. New Consultant Should Advertise Their Product
7. Host A Start-Up Party

As a Tupperware Consultant, one can expect to sell products like, Fuller, BeautiControl, NatureCare, Swissgarde, Nuvo, Armand Dupree, and Plastic Tubs.

First one has to spend $79.99 to get their hands in a business kit, or if one want to get executive business kit then they has to spend $119.99. If the new consultant can make $250 in personal sales every four months then they can keep their title of Tupperware Consultant.

If one consultant fails to meet the required quota then they are considered inactive and have to pay $10 to become an active Tupperware Consultant again.
Tupperware pays out 25 percent commission on personal sales. However, if one representative reach $1,200 in his or her monthly sales then they get another 5% more on commission. If the consultant reach $3,200, the commission increases to 10%.
One might think that whoever are at the higher ranks at Tupperware Consultant hierarchy can make more money. This actually is not the complete truth. To earn a higher-ranking income, one must recruit new Tupperware Consultants, but the commission on team sales are only 4% to 8%.

Tupperware is not the worst MLM Company in the market at this moment, but the commission for a Tupperware Consultant is excessively low, and they are not good enough to increase the morale.

Tupperware Founder:

DuPont is the forefront of many innovative products and it holds numerous household patents. In 1940s, Earl Tupper, who was a Chemical Engineer, was working with DuPont and he had a vision where he thought of experimenting byproducts of petroleum. While working at DuPont, he made a formula for making plastic products, which were moldable, and they were safe to hold food. At the very same time, he worked on many items including food storage that also include jugs and mugs.

Earl Tupper also implanted his knowledge in designing round classic seals that were airtight and liquid tight. The patents were called Tupperware after his Earl Tupper’s name. The science behind the products were great and good at keeping food from getting stale from spilling while travelling, but Earl Tupper had very little idea to present it in the market.

Earl Tupper then met, Brownie Wise, who was a marketing genius who specialized in door-to-door sales. It was the same time when Earl realized that Brownie Wise was bringing in a lot of sales than any other salespersons in Tupperware Inc., when Earl asked the secret from Ms. Wise, he found that the sudden rise in the sales was conducting home parties. At the home parties, Ms. Wise demonstrated all the Tupperware products to her friends and relatives and it helped her in selling more products than any other salesperson.
Tupperware History:

In 1928, Silas Tupper invented the plastic for Tupperware, but the product was not that efficient. In 1946, Earl Silas Tupper developed Tupperware in Massachusetts. Silas Tupper developed plastic containers used in his own personal household that used to contain food and made them containers that were airtight. The once-patented ‘burping seal’ is a famous aspect of Tupperware that distinguishes it from the other competitors in the market. In the late 1949, Tupperware’s ‘Wonderlier Bowl’ came in the market which revolutionize the range of kitchen utensils.

Tupperware forged the direct marketing strategy that was made famous by their own Tupperware Party. In the early 1950s, Tupperware Party allowed women to work at the company and enjoy the benefits of the earnings, all the while keeping their focus in the domestic sphere. The Party model builds on characteristics generally developed by being sociable relations with friends and relatives, party panning, and hosting a party.

In 1960, Tupperware spread to Europe when Mila Pond hosted a Tupperware Party in Weybridge, England and then in the rest of the world. At that time, there was a strict code was required for the women who were working with Tupperware, they had to wear skirts, stockings, and white gloves all the time. In 2003, Tupperware closed down their operation in United Kingdom and Ireland because of the constant complaints from the customers regarding their direct sales model but in the min-2011, the company announced their official relaunch in the United Kingdom after recruiting a talented staff, but again, in December the relaunch of the company was officially cancelled.

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