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Direct-selling is increasingly being recognised as a viable earning opportunity in South Africa

Sarah van Niekerk shares her success story

I started with Avon in August 1997 after our only daughter Brenda got married and we really needed extra cash to repay the loan we took on our mortgage for the wedding.

I am now 63 years old and still going strong. I am proud to have helped so many Representatives grow their customer base and earn extra to help support their families.
 
Through my Avon earnings, I have been able to pay up our mortgage, extend our home plus put in a pool, build a huge enclosed lapa, where I have my monthly meetings plus have added a flat to the house which I use as an office.
 
Without Avon in my life I would not exist. All my Sales Leaders are like family to me. I enjoy teaching people to reach for the stars!

 

 
 
 

 

 

 

The AVON Earning Opportunity

Avon has been offering women all over the world the opportunity to start their own businesses and earn extra money. With over 6.4 million independent Representatives across the globe, we are the world’s largest direct seller of beauty products!

• Minimal start-up costs – Sign on for only R75
• No inventory required
• Be your own boss
• Work from home
• Work your own hours
• Training and support provided

Why not you?
Why not today

 

 

 
  

AVON RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR EMPOWERING WOMEN
IN SOUTH AFRICA

NEW YORK – Shared Interest, a New York-based non-profit social investment fund working in Southern Africa, last week Thursday honoured six extraordinary individuals at its 20th Anniversary Awards Gala at Gotham Hall in New York City. The 2014 Honourees are Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, social justice advocate and philanthropist The Rev. Mpho Tutu, South African filmmaker and producer of “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” Anant Singh, and South African Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool and anti-apartheid and human rights activist Rosieda Shabodien. Avon Products Inc., a leading global beauty company, received the Corporate Award at the gala for its work in empowering women in South Africa.

Avon received the Shared Interest Award for Empowering Women in South Africa for its leadership in helping South African women escape the cycle of poverty by empowering them to launch their own small businesses. Avon’s door-to-door business model has enabled women to create steady income for their families. Earnings by South African “Avon ladies” puts them in the top half of black female earners in their community and brings their income in line with those of black South African men.

WHY NOT YOU? WHY NOT TODAY?
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