Business opportunities through Tupperware
Tupperware India organized one of the largest direct selling recruitment drives today in the city, which was well received by the women-folks.
Attended by not less than five hundred women’s from across the city, Tupperware India, a company that is into direct selling, organized its direct selling recruitment drive today. The Indian franchisee, which is more than a decade old, is happy with the response that it got from people, and now it plans to expand. “We want to make it one of the biggest companies in the country by increasing the sales volume even more,” said Kochurani John. Ms. John, who refutes being called as housewife said, “Call me a home maker, for that’s what every women, I think, should be called as.”
The purpose of the event was to develop new business opportunities for women and to build a community of successful business entrepreneurs in Bangalore. “I was a housewife, and today I travel all across the world. I want more women to come and participate with us, for the work here is something that everybody can do,” said Ms. John. Speaking about the qualities that the company looks for, she adds: “There are no financial limitations at Tupperware, which is why anybody can join and work with us. We empower women and help them achieving their dreams”. “We don’t look for any kinds of experience either. It’s the 14th year for Tupperware to be in Bangalore, and we have got an overwhelming good response so far.” Sharing her experience, she said, “It is number 22 in the world in terms of sales volume, and what makes it even better is that it is possibly the only place where women’s play the lead roles – everything is managed and looked after by women. I have loved my journey so far, and look forward to it.”
The company has extended a unique business opportunity devoted to empower today’s women at the interactive session, where the team interacted with the participants and shared their thoughts and experiences, motivating them to succeed. Apart from the insights shared by the Tupperware Team, the motivational session was included some success stories of the women who have already been a part of the company. Speaking about the event, Asha Gupta, M.D., Tupperware India said, “We have a unique concept called the Tupperware’s Chain of Confidence, which is one woman helping the other to become independent and develop a close bond.” She added, “Our aim is to introduce and educate women about a convenient and simple way to economic empowerment which is not restricted by the barriers of educational qualifications of economic status.”
The interactive session also addressed the key factors that a woman can work on to fully utilize her inherent skills and capabilities to become a helping hand for additional family income. According to the organizers, the event was done to provide a platform for women in Bangalore to identify and promote their business talent.
About the company, Tupperware is one of the direct selling companies that claims to have the largest women network, marketing premium food storage, preparation and serving. Tupperware started its operations in India in 1996 and is believed to be a household name today.