Younique is launching in Germany and Mexico (as well as some other exciting stuff that I’ll tell you more about). This is a HUGE deal!
What exactly does it mean? It means that residents of Germany can both buy and sell Younique products once we launch. This should be happening in the next few months, which is SO exciting!
When Younique is available in Germany, what can you expect from a purchase? Quality products, exceptional customer service and you’d better be prepared to want to switch out all your current favourites for Younique.
What can you expect if you become a Younique Presenter when we launch in Germany and Mexico? You can expect at least 20% commissions (to start, it only goes up from there!), to be paid 3 hours after a sale, the most supportive team of ladies and gentlemen you can imagine and as much makeup as you can get your hands on. How much better does it get than that?
Does this sound interesting to you? What if I told you that you could sell in ALL of our markets, not just the one you register in as a Presenter. That means that you could be in Canada, but selling to your family in Germany, Australia, New Zealand, etc… or the other way around. Younique is so flexible and it’s easy to build your team, internationally!
What is the Race to Start campaign for Mexico? The Race to Start campaign is a “race” leading up to Younique Presenters being able to sell product into Mexico. Think of the “race” as a “sprint to the starting day!” From March 1, 2015 through May 5, 2015, Presenters in any market can sponsor new Presenters as US Latina Presenters and a new Presenter can join as a US Latina Presenter. Presenters who participate in the campaign receive special incentives only available from March 1 through May 5, 2015. Race to Start is applicable only to open markets, between March 1 and May 5, 2015.
The best is about to come with Younique in 2015. I’m so excited for Younique to launch in these new countries! Younique Mexico and Younique Germany, get ready because you’re about to have a lot of fun selling Younique’s products and building a very rewarding home-based business.
It’s going to be really fun sharing our Younique products with other countries and I can’t wait for the fun to begin! If you happen to live in Germany or Mexico (or you live in the US and can speak German or Spanish), contact me right away and I’ll help you get prepared to launch your Younique business!
What does it mean to be a US Latina Presenter? Being a US Latina Presenter means that you live in the United States and have opted to have your Younique website language default to Spanish—whether you are a brand new Presenter or an existing Presenter who has opted to make the switch to US Latina. Please note that during the Race to Start campaign (March 1 to May 5), if you elect to become a US Latina Presenter, your default language will be Spanish and cannot be changed for 90 days from the date you enrolled (for new Presenters) or switched (for existing Presenters).
New US Latina Presenters will receive a US Latina Presenter Kit, which comes with a Presenter Guide and Spanish catalogs.
What does it mean to be able to sell products into Mexico? Beginning May 5, 2015, Presenters in all markets will be able to sell Younique products to those who reside in Mexico. This means that if you have a customer who resides in Mexico, they can go to your website, choose to view your site in Spanish, order products, and have those products shipped to them. Customers in Mexico can go to any Younique website and choose their viewing language. Stay tuned for more details about this feature.
When can Mexico residents join the Younique family as a Presenter? In Q4, when Younique launches the Mexico market, residents of Mexico can join Younique as a Presenter. Beginning May 5, however, Presenters in all markets can sell product into Mexico, and customers who live in Mexico can view your website in Spanish and order products.
If you want to look at my website check out all of our products here www.youniqueproducts.com/tiffanyizatt if you have any questions please comment or email me firstname.lastname@example.org