PEOPLE IN BUSINESS
BULLETIN 01.08.08 Issue 31
A SUMMER OF SUCCESS
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ponsoring success, sales plan success and general summer success seem to be
the key phrases of Period 7. It’s been an unbelievable Period. The movement up
the Sales Plan has been huge compared to the same time last year (see page 7),
meaning that even more people are now destined for Vienna and the Caribbean.
This week, EWB caught up with some Distributors to find out how they go about You could win
a Retail kit
An inspirational tale
maximising their summer retail. We also give you a chance to win a free Retail Kit Page 3 Page 7
simply by sharing your tips, stories and advice with the rest of the Network.
Our centre-spread is all about Conferences this week – from Birmingham to Vienna! BULK
We release details of two of the speakers at the Kleeneze Christmas Showcase 2008 SALES
on 6 September, as well as publishing the latest qualifiers for the Autumn Destination
2008, Vienna. There’s a chance to read some of the qualifiers’ stories about how they While your customers The latest figures are out –
are away... have you made the list?
did it, including an incredibly inspirational tale from Christine and Jim Foster about
why they never gave up. Page 4 Page 8
Save on your sponsoring and retailing tools with our bargain offers on page 8 and
there’s some vital advice on how to keep a rein on your finances.
We hope you enjoy this week’s edition of the newsletter. Please keep on sending us in
all your stories, tips, ideas, feedback and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Christmas speakers Bag some bargains
“The latest tool from Kleeneze (Starting & Growing your own Kleeneze Business DVD) is fantastic!
I do believe that the tools the company are providing today are the best I have seen for years and
will help all Distributors at every level.” Bob Park, Gold Senior Executive Distributor
WIN A RETAIL KIT
Share your story with EWB and you could win a Retail Kit worth £30/€45!
OF THE WEEK
Anyone who doesn’t see the point in buying cookware
specifically for your microwave has obviously not been:
We’re looking for your star stories – ones that will motivate your fellow
a) scalded trying to retrieve
Distributors or help them with their businesses. Everyone has a story to
tell and we want to hear yours! Even the achievement of your own
personal goal can inspire someone else, or perhaps you b) subject to mild heart
palpitations when your
have a unique way of goal setting that you’d be happy
c) Destined to spend an
All your stories will be published in EWB and the
hour trying to scrub your
most inspirational will be picked to win a Retail Kit, plastic bowls free from
containing 50 of the latest Main Book, Health & orange stain after
Beauty Catalogues and Outdoor Life Summer along making your Microwave Saucepan
with Snap Cat Bags and Order Forms. tomato soup
Send your stories in to email@example.com The Microwave Saucepan (page 83, Main
most of your
you need to
outdoor space the
plus DIY, Storage
and Car Accesso
(please mark your subject header: Star Story), or you can Book) prevents splatters and spills and is made from a
special plastic which resists stains and stays cool to the
write to us at EWB, Marketing Department, Kleeneze
Tea-Light Limited, Express House, Clayton Business Park, touch.
• Use on
Clayton le Moors, Accrington, BB5 5JY.
lawns or in
See page 3
Order your Microwave Saucepan now on
Don’t forget to include a picture!
code 058416-22 for only £3/€4.50.
£20.00 £17.0 £3
broadens their horizon
This week, we can report that sponsoring is up a whopping 44% on this time last year and all this has happened since the Summer
Sizzler Incentive was launched two weeks ago. It proves, not only that the word is spreading that you can set up with Kleeneze for free
(see DSA for more information), but also that this is the best time for sponsoring! The dreaded credit crunch is making everyone much
more receptive to making some much-needed cash, and as we all know Kleeneze is the perfect opportunity to ease those money
Of course, all of you have different ways and means of sponsoring people into your teams, so if you are currently trying out a new
strategy let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. One team that has already told EWB about something that is working for them is the
Global Horizons Group.
“After a recent conversation, it was brought to my attention that, if the average Kleeneze Distributor retails around £700 each Period,
and if we helped someone build a Gold group of 14 Distributors doing the average sales, we would earn commissions of £438 per
Period (at Bronze Executive Level). However, if we sponsored just four frontline Distributors who achieved average sales - that would
earn us £430. That’s just £8 difference!
We set a goal to recruit 20 people frontline to us in the next three months – we are working on the basis that if just 50% of those who
we sponsor, retail the average sales – then that’s worth over an extra £1,000 each month to us. Where else could you get that sort of
pay rise in just three months?
We told some of our team at our Key People Training
what we were going to do and many of them got so
inspired they have decided to join us on our journey. We
have called our group Club 203 which stands for 20
new front line Distributors in 3 months – as we believe
there is no problem in anyone’s business that 20 new
Distributors won’t cure!”
Platinum Senior Executive Distributor
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“We had an appointment on Saturday 19 July with Michaela Ford and, because she wanted to pay by
credit card she was our first Distributor to use Online Registration when it was launched. It was so ezeeeeeee! All
done and completed and within 10 minutes she had her business up and running.”
Bob and Diane Goulding, Bronze Executive Distributors
WHILE YOUR CUSTOMERS ARE AWAY…
Summer holidays don’t have to impact on your profits, as these two 150 then make sure that you have 200. Why? Because there will be
Distributorships can testify. Here’s their advice on how to maximise some books that you won’t get back right away when your customers
your summer retail. are on holidays – you will get them back but maybe not for a month.
There’s nothing worse than starting with 150 books in July and having
“Summer’s here again and it’s time for your customers to go off on
100 left two weeks later.
their holidays. There are a few simple points to remember so that you
get the best out of your summer retail. Summer is a great time to retail. We find that individual orders are
actually higher now than a month ago. Stick to your usual routine and
• Always stick to your usual routine - don’t change a thing. You’ll
never miss out a customer’s house. If you’re building a customer base
know when people are away when there is a mountain of mail
then look for the obvious signs that there’s nobody home (e.g.
behind the front door or when the streets’ dustbins are all out, apart
mountains of mail, 5-foot long grass, etc).
from outside the house you’re calling at.
Most importantly ensure that you keep exceptional customer records
• Communication is key - If you are struggling to retrieve a book
and make sure that you communicate well by using ‘Sorry I missed
from a house then always let them know that you’ve been and
you’ notes. That way you will always know
when you’re coming back again.
where your missing catalogues are and you’ll
• Keep your customer records up to date - so that, failing all else, find that you get most back because the
you will always know which books are still out the next time you go customers will know that you’re coming back
around. You’ll need plenty of spare books and just because it’s for them.
summer it doesn’t mean that you’ll lose more
Finally, there’s no such thing as a quiet time in
than your average amount of books. If you
Kleeneze. If your orders are up then it’s a good
care enough about them you’ll know where
week and you’re busy. If your orders are down
they are and you’ll get them back.
then you’re also busy - putting out extra books.
Finally, if you’re blanket dropping a new area Happy retailing!”
and you have old catalogues, then why not use
Gareth & Lynette Tucker, Gold Distributors
them. You won’t feel so bad if you don’t get
those back!” Of course, one of the best ways to maximise your retail is to
Janice Morgan, Gold Distributor ensure you have the right tools for the job. Our new
Catalogues have over 99% stock availability and are a must for
“Over the past four years, we have seen the retail trends change over keeping your business progressing forward.
the summer months. People who order regularly, stop ordering and
books that are always left outside for collection suddenly disappear. If you haven’t already, make sure you and
your team are ahead of the game with
When it comes to the summer, you have to adapt yourself to the the new Retail Kit. UK code 02623/
conditions (and I’m not talking about our gloriously hot sunny days!). ROI code 02747 £30/€45.
Ensure that you have ordered ample books. If you usually work with
While over on the other side of the pond, America was celebrating the Roaring Twenties, here in England one
company were starting to make some noise. That noise grew over the next eighty five years into a roar of its own
and to celebrate that successful roar (aka Kleeneze), every month we’re giving the 85th person to join the business
a refund of their start-up fee.
This month, the lucky Distributor is Rebecca Mason (sponsored by Silver Distributor,
Edward Whytock). Congratulations!
“Just received and watched the Starting and Growing your Kleeneze Business DVD. Fantastic!
The team-building advice and tips were clear and simple. The support from HQ just keeps on
getting better.” Sandra Brown, Senior Distributor
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More speakers lined up for C
Only five weeks left until the Kleeneze Christmas Showcase 2008, an event that’s set to get this highly profitable season starting with a bigger
bang than ever before.
“This is the most lucrative time of year,” explained Michael Khatkar, Head of Network Development. “Distributors can expect their retail profit to
be up by somewhere in the region of 30%.”
As it only comes around once a year, it’s really important that you maximise these opportunities, so we have a whole host of top Network
speakers lined up to pass on their knowledge on to you. Over the last couple of weeks, we announced Peter White and Eamon Lynch will be
taking to the stage to talk about getting the vision to succeed and the edge to carry it out.
This week, we can announce they will be joined by Gold Senior Executive
Distributor, Susan Pirie, and Bronze Senior Executive Distributor, Toby Acton!
“Susan has a unique training lined up,” said Michael Khatkar. “She’ll be
showing you a method of retail that can be even more effective for maximising
your sales over this time of year with an emphasis on demonstrating products.
“Toby will be speaking about sponsoring out of your comfort zone,” he
continued. “Network Marketing is all about recommending your business, so
we picked someone who has always ‘sold’ the business effectively, not only to
warm market, but to almost anybody.”
SEE NEXT WEEK’S EWB FOR DETAILS OF OUR SPEC
PERIOD 7 IS A SALES PLAN SMASH
34 qualifying Gold Distributors compared to 19 this time last year, 4 Bronze Executives, compared to 3 last year, 1 Bronze SED and 1 Silver
Executive Distributor, compared to none last year. And, yet another Distributorship has done the double and qualified for both Vienna and the
Caribbean. It’s been an AMAZING period!
“Gr8 in 2008 continues into Period 7, as we have seen record numbers of people moving up the Sales Plan. I believe that partly the reason for this
is Vienna. It seems to really have caught people’s imaginations and hit the mark.” Michael Khatkar.
This week, we can happily report that a further seventeen Distributors will be joining us in Vienna including one couple, Richard and Clare
Chantler, who will also be boarding the Club Med 2 in 2009!
“Following Marrakech and the outstanding hospitality we received there put on by Kleeneze; qualifying for our
second Autumn Destination in Vienna is like a dream come true, as it is somewhere we have always wanted to go.
The new friends we made and the magic of Marrakech encouraged us to move onto Senior with the help of a
By following a Briffa Team system and always having a strong retail base we are able to help new Distributors to get
off to a profitable start which sets them up to achieve higher rewards.
We really recommend everyone to experience an Autumn Destination - it will change you forever.”
Terry and Margaret Farrell, Senior Distributors
“We had been happy just to retail and grow a small team for quite a while with Kleeneze, that is until we were absolutely inspired and motivated
at the Kleeneze New Year Conference 2008.
We have been to several conferences, thought they were great but this time something just 'clicked' with us
and we came home determined to move our business on. We contacted our sponsors (one of whom, Dawn
Marsden, is in the photograph with us) and also our senior Upline mentor, Peter Rea, made our plans, talked
with our team and forged ahead, with no looking back.
We've gained several new team members, now have a fantastic team, and are helping them now to start
building. How do we feel about qualifying for Vienna? Absolutely and completely brilliant.
For us this is just a stepping stone. We now know that we can achieve whatever we want to with this
business, we just have to keep that determination going and the world will be our oyster.
Lesley and Keith Ridden, Gold Distributors
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We can also announce that at this year’s Christmas
Showcase, attendees can pick up the new
Christmas Catalogue front cover product (always a
seasonal best-seller) for a knock-down price of just
£5/€7.50 (selling price £17/€25.50!). Use it to
demonstrate the product to your customers.
If that’s not a way to launch a great retail
period, we don’t know what is!
HOW TO BOOK
Conference tickets cost £15 (€22.50) and Gala Dinner tickets £50 (€75) and you can pay by credit card, debit card or using your Kleeneze
account. It’s really easy to book your ticket:
Phone: Call the Service Centre on +44 (0) 844 848 5000. Alternatively, call the NIA Box Office on +44 (0) 844 581 0745 (Monday-
Friday 9am-5pm). Standard National call rates apply.
Online (Conference tickets only): Visit www.necgroup.co.uk (24 hours). Go to ‘Buy a Ticket’ and scroll down to ‘Tickets Available at
the NIA’. Once you have selected the Kleeneze Christmas Conference use promotional code KLEEN9186.
Fax: Fax the booking form (available to download off the DSA) to +44 (0)121 767 3849.
Post: Post the booking form (available to download off the DSA) to The Ticket Factory, Centre Core, The NEC, Birmingham, B40 1NT.
CIAL GUEST AT THE CHRISTMAS SHOWCASE 2008!
Congratulations on the following Distributorships for qualifying to join us in the magical city of Vienna!
Richard and Clare Chantler, Silver Executive Distributors Norman and Joanne Grundy, Gold Distributors
Elizabeth and Keith Tomlinson, Gold Distributors Tony and Sarah Henshall, Gold Distributors
Sarah and Ivan Darch, Senior Distributors Marie and Jeremy Simmonds, Gold Distributors
Alan and Barbara Rea, Gold Distributors Mark James, Senior Distributors
Vienna Melissa Squires and Ian Slade, Gold Distributors Chris and Jim Foster, Senior Distributors
For one Distributorship qualifying for Vienna is doubly special. 65-year-olds Chris and Jim have spent
the past couple of weeks applying for their passports, because they have NEVER been abroad before!
“For us, it’s double the excitement really. We’re 65, neither of us drives and so we do all the retailing on foot, but
we were determined to qualify. We couldn’t believe it, though, when we heard. In fact, Jim still doesn’t believe it,
he keeps on saying he will once he has the tickets in his hands!”
Christine Foster has been in the business for 11 years and has kept on coming close to qualifying, but each time a
setback has meant that she never quite got there. This is one determined lady though.
“I’m made of sterner stuff than just to give up,” she laughs. “Three months after I joined, I fractured my shoulder in
three places, but I carried on with it with just one arm! Then, when my husband was made redundant last year, he
started retailing as well.
I cannot drive, because I have benign vertigo and Jim is of the mind ‘why should I start now’?! I have arthritis as well and cover a really large
area on foot, so I use a shopping trolley to take my catalogues around. It’s nice, because you have all the old ladies who love to talk. People
stop me in town too to ask about their Catalogues. It is, of course, hard work. In the week that we qualified, we did £2,100 in retail, but when
your mind is focused, you can achieve anything. Next stop is the Caribbean!”
Between Chris and Jim, they have 23 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren, so Kleeneze is also a welcome relief around Christmas time. But
it’s not just the money that helps them out.
“The cost is horrific,” admits Chris. “But it’s also a lot of planning, which is where Kleeneze has really taught us how to prepare. Just as if we
were aiming to qualify for Conference, we set a plan and stick to it!
You just have to keep on doing what you do best,” ends Chris. “We go on appointments for example, where people say ‘oh, I couldn’t do it, I
have arthritis.’ Well, I’m 66 this year, have arthritis and cannot drive, but I keep on going! Walking is great for you anyway! Even when it’s a
blizzard, I’m out there (to be honest, I think people take pity on me when the weather’s bad and give me more orders anyway!). The best
advice I can give? Make no excuses.”
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LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTS
COMPANY CONFERENCE AND TRAINING DAYS guests free. Everyone welcome! Host Craig White, contact
020 8626 9541.
TAUNTON, TA2 8BE. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £2 per
Distributorship, Guests free. Contact Chris and Jacqui Hill
6 Sept Kleeneze Xmas Showcase and Gala Dinner 2008 – 27 Aug (every 4 wks) Teeside Opportunity Meeting, Blue Bell Hotel, on ITS 237999, tel: 01458 841 046, email
THE NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM Acklam Road, MIDDLESBROUGH TS5 7HL. Easy access SomersetBOM@TopRewards.co.uk or Gerald Longman on
13 Sept Kleeneze Ireland Xmas Showcase – THE RADISSON from A19. Open meeting, everyone welcome. 8pm Start ITS 297398, tel: 01460 55614, email
SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT £2.50 per head. Guests free Gerald@Goldpot.uk.com.
23–26 Oct Kleeneze Autumn Destination 2008 – VIENNA Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table. Geldard and Cathy 14 Aug (11/9, 9/10, 6/11, 4/12) Gloucester Business Opportunity
3 Jan Kleeneze New Year Conference and Gala Dinner – Brookes ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix ITS 514235. Meeting. Twigworth Lodge (Premier Travel Inn), Tewkesbury
THE NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM 27 Aug (four weekly) Business Opportunity Meeting at Newtown. Road, Twigworth, GLOUCESTER, GL2 9PG. 7.45pm for
22-28 Mar Kleeneze Spring Destination Conference 2009 – Maldwyn Leisure Centre, Plantation Lane, Newtown, 8pm start. £3 per distributorship, guests free. Host: Mike
CARIBBEAN CRUISE POWYS, SY16 1LH. 8pm-9pm, doors open 7.30pm. £1 per Perkins, ITS 508802 email@example.com.
Distributor. This is the first meeting. Please notify your team 18 Aug (2nd Monday of each Period) Eltham Open
TRAINING MEETINGS - 2008 COUNTRYWIDE members and guests of this event. Contact: Roger Mantle
at firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel 01686 628 423 or Wilf
Evening/Opportunity Meeting at the Eltham Conservative
Club, 254 High Street, ELTHAM, London, SE9 1AA. Doors
3 Aug (28/9, 23/11) Gillian Nicholson’s Training at the Gables
Hotel, Bristol Road, FALFIELD, GL12 8DL. 1.30pm – 4pm. Parry on 01691 777 232. open at 7.30pm for prompt 8pm start, ends around 9pm,
Guest speaker Warren Sewell. £2.50 per distributor. Guests 1 Sept (22/09, 20/10, 17/11, 08/12) Business Opportunity Meeting, then relax for a drink and a sizzle plus visit our well stocked
free. Arrive ready to learn, depart ready to earn! For further David Lloyd Leisure, Barton Embankment, Trafford Park, Sales Aids table. £3 per distributorship, guests free, dress
details, contact Gillian Nicholson 07808 763058. MANCHESTER, M17 8RH. Doors open: 19.30 - 21.30, code: smart casual. Hosts Joyce and Pete Rowe. Tel: 020
Everyone welcome/Guests Free, business dress please, 8463 7133. ITS: 317 688.
7 Aug (4/9, 2/10, 6/11, 4/12) SED Success Seminar. The
raffle. Contact Warren and Pam Sewell: 0161 749 8863. 18 Aug (18/8, 15/9, 13/10, 10/11) Business Opportunity Evening at
Grangemoor Hotel, St Michaels Road, Maidstone, KENT,
The Holiday Inn, Lake View, Bridge Rd, Impington,
ME16 8BS. Every month we have training from a guest
Senior Executive Distributor or above (includes Business SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES CAMBRIDGE CB24 9PH. 7.30 for 8pm Start. Business
dress only please. Distributors £3 guests Free. Everyone
Opportunity Presentation). 7.30pm start. £3 per Distributor. 4 Aug (four weekly) Open Business opportunity meeting at the Welcome! Host Craig White, contact 020 8626 9541.
Guests free. Hosts: Andy and Sue Boswell, 01634 323326, Churchillian Pub, Portsdown Hill, Cosham, PORTSMOUTH
email@example.com. 19 Aug (16/9,21/10,18/11) Business Opportunity Meeting. The
Hampshire PO6 3LS. Ample parking. 7.45pm for an 8pm
Thurrock Hotel, Ship Lane, Aveley, ESSEX, RM19 1YN.
31 Aug (26/10) Gillian Nicholson’s Training at the Thurrock Hotel, prompt start. Business dress please. £2 per distributor.
7.30pm start. £3 per Distributor, guests free. Hosts: Gill
Aveley, ESSEX. 1.30pm-4pm. £2.50 per person. Guests Guests free. Hosts Caroline Roberts and Martin Bell on
Nicholson 07808 763058 and Andy and Sue Boswell 01634
free. Arrive ready to learn, depart ready to earn! For further 02392 430411.
details, contact Gillian Nicholson 07808 763058. 4 Aug (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Evening. The
20 Aug (17/9 15/10 12/11 10/12) New Business Opportunity
21 Sept It’s BACK, it’s BIGGER than ever, it’s ‘THE BIG 1’! The East Holiday Inn, Ipswich Road, NORWICH. Business dress
Meeting open to everyone. Comfort Inn A17/A52 Jct
Midlands premier event is coming up soon, so book now to only, please. Distributors £3, guests free. Everyone
Bickers Bar, BOSTON, Lincs, PE20 3AN Registration
secure a place with top speakers - Gill Nicholson, Anne welcome! Host Craig White, contact 020 8626 9541.
7.15pm for 7.30pm start. £2.50 per person, Guests Free.
Pemberton-Smith, Geoff Webb and Andy Buxton. Plus 5 Aug (2/9,30/9,28/10,25/11) Hemel Hempstead Business Business Dress please. Contact Andy & Amanda Holland
FREE PRIZE DRAW FOR A SUPER 200 PLUS KIT from Opportunity Meeting. Holiday Inn, Breakspear Way, HEMEL 01205 358075 or I.T.S 137713.
Kleeneze!!!! Knowledge is King will also be there on the day. HEMPSTEAD, HP2 4AU. £3 per Distributor, guests free.
20 Aug (17/9, 15/10, 19/11, 10/12) Redruth Business Opportunity
Tickets only £6 for a fantastic afternoon of training with a 7.30pm for 8pm start. Hosts: Rosina and Frank Pocock, Tel:
Meeting. Tricky’s, Tolgus Mount, Redruth, CORNWALL,
fantastic raffle. The meeting is at the Novotel, Long Eaton, 01442 256405.
TR15 3TA. 7.45pm for 8pm start. Everyone welcome. Still
NOTTINGHAM - Jct 25 M1 and starts at 12 noon (Doors 5 Aug (2/9,30/9,28/10,25/11) Business Opportunity Meeting, Field only £2.50 per Distributorship, guests free. Hosts David and
open 11am) Finish at 4pm. For further details contact Laura Hotel, Markfield, LEICESTER, LE67 9PS. £2 per person, Jenny Gerry. Contact on 01209 714067,
Thorpe & Les Ward on 0116 294 7827 or Andy Buxton & guests free. 8pm start. Contact Adam and Charlotte Wilford firstname.lastname@example.org, ITS 297533.
Laura Kelly on 07830 190485. Make cheques payable to on 07999 226 907. Everyone welcome.
‘THE BIG 1’ to 34 Rectory Lane, Thurcaston, Leicestershire. 26 Aug (23/9 21/10 18/11) Bristol Opportunity Meeting. Ship Inn
6 Aug (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Meeting at The (next to Premier Inn),Thornbury Road, Alveston, BRISTOL,
LE7 7JQ. You cannot buy tickets on the day so don't delay Holiday Inn, Brook Street, BRENTWOOD, CM14 5NF, J28 -
- book today. See you there! BS35 3LL. 7.45pm start. Business dress please.
M25. 7.30 for 8pm start, Business Dress please. Guest Distributors £2 per head, guests free. Host: Andy Cooper,
19 Oct (Sunday) The Business Building Seminar at the Blue Speaker: Distributor of the Year, Craig White. Everyone ITS 124171.
Mountain Golf and Conference Centre, Wood Lane, welcome. Hosts: Richard and Vanadis. Voicemail: 184496.
Binfield, RG42 4EX (Nr WOKINGHAM) Berks (just off Jct 27 Aug (24/9) West Monmouthshire Golf Club, Nantyglo, BLAENAU
6 Aug CANCELLED (3/9,1/10,29/10,26/11) Open Opportunity GWENT, NP234QT. Registration 7.45 - 7.55 pm. Meeting
10, M4). Everyone welcome. Start 11am (doors open Meeting at The Summit Centre, Pavilion Road, Kirkby in
10am). Finish 4.30pm. Top line-up of guest speakers, start 8pm prompt. Business dress. £2 per distributor.
Ashfield, NOTTINGHAM NG17 7LL, Jct. 27 or 28 of the Guests FREE. Raffle prize draw. Hosts KerryAnne and John
including: Rob Forster (Platinum Premier), Craig White M1. 8pm-9.30pm. £3 per distributorship, guests free.
(Premier), Geoff and Fiona Webb (Silver SED), Andy Boswell Watkins, tel: 07815 128169. ITS 508435.
Parking facilities available and good access for wheelchairs.
(Platinum SED) and Michael Khatkar (Head of Network 27 Aug (every 4 weeks) Business Opportunity Meeting at Newtown,
Please support us in this new venture, which is important to
Development). Knowledge is King here on the day. Book POWYS, SY16 1LH. 7.45 pm for an 8.00pm start finishing
us all in building our businesses. Contact Mike and
Raffle and catalogues to give away. £12 Per Head, at 9.00pm. £1 per Distributor - Guests Free. Everyone
Margaret Drayton on 01623 722500.
including a packed lunch. Details and bookings call Peter welcome Business dress only please. Contact Roger
6 Aug (first Wednesday of the month) Holsworthy Business Mantle 01686 628 423 or Wilf Parry 01691 777 232.
Richards on 01249 821722 and book your place early, Opportunity Meeting, the Kings Arms, The Square,
Limited seating, Advance bookings only. 28 Aug (25/9,23/10,20/11,18/12) Leicester Business Opportunity
Holsworthy DEVON. 7.30pm for 8pm. Dress smart/casual.
email@example.com. Don’t miss this one.... you Meeting, The Field Head Hotel, Markfield Lane, Markfield,
All welcome. Contact Les and Betty Slade: ITS 529662 / tel:
decide! LEICESTER, LE67 9PS. http://www.thefieldhead.com. £3
01288 381248 or Terry and Jane Hodges: ITS 437407/Tel:
per distributorship. Registration 7.30pm/7.45pm. Starts
OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND 7 Aug (4/9, 2/10,30/10,27/11) Worthing Opportunity Meeting, The
8pm. For further information, contact Andy and Sharon Bird
on 0116 233 0966.
5 Aug (every four weeks) Glasgow Opportunity Meeting at the Pashley Suite, Shoreham Airport, Shoreham by Sea, WEST
28 Aug (25/9, 23/10, 20/11, 18/12). Sussex Business Opportunity
Quality Hotel, 99 Gordon Street, GLASGOW, next door to SUSSEX, BN43 5FF. £3 per person, includes one raffle
Meeting. The Halland Forge Hotel on A22, Halland,
Glasgow Central Railway station. 8pm-9pm. Contact Lynn ticket. Guests free. Chantele and Barry Travis. Contact:
SUSSEX, BN8 6PW. Fantastic training from guest
Macdonald at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01506 email@example.com.
speakers. £2.50 per Distributor, guests free. 7.30pm for
414456. 7 Aug (first Thursday of the month) Business Opportunity Meeting. 8pm prompt start. Business dress, please. Hosts: Judy and
7 Aug (four weekly) Going for Gold. Ramada Jarvis Hotel, Ingram St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St Leonards, Gordon Seldon, Tel: 01903 893887.
St, GLASGOW, 7.30 for 8pm. Business dress please. All RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm for 8pm start,
28 Aug (every last Thursday of the month) Business Opportunity
welcome. £3 per distributor, guests free. Further info £2.50 per person. Business dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton
Meeting. Tottenham Green Leisure, The Gold Room, first
contact Tom and Kate Forbes, 0141 626 0013, Andrew and Sue Marshall on 01425 480675 or ITS 119727.
floor, 1 Philip Lane, LONDON, N15 4JA. 7.30pm for 8pm
Walkinshaw 07915 063458, or Bob Park 0191 247 1821. 11 Aug (8/9, 13/10, 3/11, 1/12) Herts BOM at the Novotel start. Special guest speakers each month. £3 per
12 Aug (every four weeks) Bathgate Business Opportunity Meeting, Stevenage, Knebworth Park, Stevenage, distributorship, guests free. Everyone welcome. Contact
Cairn Hotel, Blackburn Road, BATHGATE. 8pm- 9pm. HERTFORDSHIRE SG1 2AX (on J7 of A1M) 8.00pm - Gary Diamond Dixon on 07973 712425 or ITS 113915.
Contact Lynn MacDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org. 9.30pm. Doors open at 7.15pm for networking. £2.50 per
13 Aug (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Meeting. Parkside
Hotel, PONTEFRACT, 1/2 mile Jct. 32 M62 toward
person - guests FREE. Evening includes: Opportunity, Proof
of the Pudding / Product Demo, Recognition, The Best REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
'Crazee' Raffle in Town, Great Multi-Coaching, Guest 6 Aug (10/9, 8/10, 5/11) Galway Business Opportunity Meeting,
Pontefract. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £2.50 per person, guests
Speakers Plus Lots of 'Whooping' & 'Hollering'. Interactive Menlo Park Hotel, GALWAY.
free. Hosts Graham and Georgina Long. Tel: 01757 268830.
ITS 119857. Sozzle in the bar afterwards. Business Dress (and Suits). 7 Aug (4/9, 2/10, 30/10, 27/11) Business Opportunity Meeting.
Open Herts Meeting. Everyone Welcome! Hosts: Group Cooney’s Hotel, Ballymahon, LONGFORD.
13 Aug (every 4 wks) North East Business Opportunity Meeting,
Victory. Contact Mike Lunn & Fiona Deans Tel: 01438 229 8 Aug (9/9, 7/10, 4/11) Limerick Business Opportunity Meeting,
Quality Hotel, Boldon Business Park, SUNDERLAND. NE5
480 Email: MikeandFiona.FireUp@fsmail.net Text: 07954 Woodfield House, Ennis Road, LIMERICK.
9PE. Easy Access from A19. Open meeting, everyone
577 340 ITS: 511705.
welcome. 8.00pm START £2.50 per head. Guests free 19 Aug (19/8) Dublin Business Opportunity Meeting, Skylon Hotel,
Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table Steve Geldard and 13 Aug (second Wednesday of every month) The After Eight
Cathy Brookes ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix ITS 514235. Opportunity Meeting. Chobham Rugby Club, Fowlers Wells,
Windsor Road, CHOBHAM, Surrey, GU24 8NA. Doors 19 Aug (16/9, 14/10, 11/11) Business Opportunity Meeting, Quality
16 Aug (four weekly) Business Opportunity and Training Meeting. Hotel, On New Ross Roundabout, Wexford Town,
open 8pm, 8.30pm start – 10pm. £2.50 per Distributor,
Best Western Hotel, High Street, BANCHORY, WEXFORD.
guests free. Everyone welcome. Mike and Amanda Bibby
Aberdeenshire, AB31 5TD. 10am - 12pm. Everyone
always in attendance. Bookstall and Sales Aids. Business
welcome. £2 per Distributor, guests free. Training and
recognition for all the achievers in the room. Host: Paul
dress please. Hosts: Vicky and Hugh Scott, Tel 01483 THE NETHERLANDS
473318, VikkiAScott@aol.com. 9 Aug Bastion Bastion (Best Western) Amsterdam Airport Hotel,
Meikle. email@example.com. Tel 07720 476189
13 Aug (10/9, 8/10, 5/11, 3/12) Swindon Business Opportunity Vuursteen 1, 2132 LZ, HOOFDDORP, Nederland
18 Aug (22/09, 20/10, 17/11) Business Opportunity Meeting,
Meeting, Campanile Hotel (formally the Ibis) Delta Business www.bastionhotel.nl/onzehotels/airport 12noon-2.00pm.
Holiday Inn, Wood Lane, Runcorn, MERSEYSIDE, WA7
Park, SWINDON, SN5 7XG. Everyone welcome. 8pm start Guests Gavin Scott and Bonnie Arapes. Free parking and
3HA, Jct. 12 M56, 8pm start. £2.50 per person. Guests
please wear business dress £2.50 per distributor Guests free shuttle bus to and from the airport. Email Rita Weyn &
free. Contact Mary and Harry Fullerton, tel: 0151 4277108,
Free. Please contact Steve or Debra Nell on 01793 887978. Frank Kamsteeg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
13 Aug (10/9, 8/10, 5/11, 3/12) Business Opportunity Meeting. The
26 Aug (every four weeks) Edinburgh Opportunity Meeting, Marriott
Firs club, Firs Lane, FOLKESTONE, Kent, CT19 4QF, off Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in your
Hotel, EDINBURGH. 8pm 9pm. Contact Lynn MacDonald
junction 12 M20. 7:30 for 8:00pm prompt start. Business
at email@example.com. area? Let us know, at firstname.lastname@example.org and we
dress, please. Distributors £2, guests free. Hosts Emma
27 Aug (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Evening. The will include them in our weekly meetings diary.
and Chris Shafe. Tel: 02083 389887 Voicemail: 164892.
Holiday Inn, Clifton Village, Brighouse, LEEDS, HD6 4HW.
8pm start. Business dress only, please. Distributors £3,
13 Aug (10/9, 8/10, 5/11, 3/12) Somerset Business Opportunity DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY.
Meeting. The Bathpool Inn and Restaurant, Bathpool,
Issue 31 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 6 – COMBINED
100,000 And Above Rhian & E Anthony Jones 38,046.37 Elaine Fenwick 17,232.05 Harold & Minnie Fulton 10,925.11 David Herridge 8,391.60
Nasko Ratchev & Oksana Karachun 2,539,981.66 John Webb & Kathryn Price 37,311.99 Andrew Medlam 17,232.05 Laura Thorpe & Les Ward 10,915.84 Elizabeth & Grant Gilmour 8,391.60
Bob Park & Lynn Macdonald 2,536,267.32 Roger & Barbara Green 37,133.84 Kevin Rider & Wendy Preston 17,104.76 James & Jane White 10,868.40 Stephen & Elaine Blay 8,359.00
Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 2,496,379.60 Andrew & Ann Meldrum 36,352.05 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 17,020.12 Michael Prior 10,855.59 Neil & Sue Mawston 8,339.10
Bob Webb 1,313,468.81 Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 36,332.05 Christine & Ian Brennan 16,971.23 Debra & Oliver Pusey 10,766.69 Fiona Deans & Michael Lunn 8,339.10
Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 1,121,928.79 Stanley & Roy Stewart 36,063.68 Angela & James Macleod 16,899.46 Shorne & Judith Hodds 10,748.14 Julian & Jayne Snare 8,309.24
Gillian Nicholson 984,042.61 Carol & Bruce Manktelow 36,006.19 Tony & Wendy Vallerine 16,894.65 David & Deborah Lord 10,714.48 Michael & Mercy Radbourne 8,275.72
Terry Carr 951,862.26 Abigail Colclough 35,586.60 Kenneth Rooney & Karen Jordan 16,773.46 William & Jane Warrington 10,652.50 Michael & Nancy Parnis 8,255.38
Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 951,815.02 Richard & Clare Chantler 35,363.45 Karen Olivant & Peter Flitton 16,767.35 Craig & Linda Lomas 10,652.27 Lesley Taylor & John Jones 8,240.55
John & Audrey Gardiner 825,744.14 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 16,736.78 June & David Love 10,636.41 Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore 8,225.69
Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 824,679.81 15,000 And Above Rosie Ward & Jack Kerbel 16,666.72 Valerie & Tony Montero 10,620.13 Mark & Mandy Hudson 8,216.57
Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 800,400.76 Mark James 16,564.21 Brian & Diane Holmwood 10,576.96 Paul & Gosia Hammond 8,197.29
Keith & Patricia Phillips 34,623.56 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 16,239.62 Mary Hession 10,574.52 Ian & Anita Saville 8,193.09
Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 752,273.81 Keith & Pauline Blythe 34,540.51
Margaret Moore 734,290.40 Darryl Allen 16,239.62 Peter Mccormac 10,569.80 David & Elaine Luke 8,184.17
Trish Falconer & Lee Fisher 34,525.78 Lesley & Gordon Whittington 16,231.58 Tim Sandom 10,565.84 Tony Henshall & Sarah Whittall 8,182.05
Muriel & Tony Judson 698,841.96 Tineke Lootsma-Wiegman &
John & Jeanette Hawkes 658,072.51 Martyn Cunningham 16,218.07 Paul & Carolyn Blaxall 10,554.98 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning 8,167.08
Uilke Lootsma 34,525.78 Marsha Barras & Nigel Nattress 16,196.41 Claire Mires 10,443.91 Peter & Joyce Rowe 8,165.40
Peter & Jackie White 537,853.19 Tracy & David Sheehan 33,965.99
Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 424,302.47 Robert Webb & Dawne Kovan 16,147.22 Paul Bray 10,429.92 David & Heather Herring 8,164.02
Denise & Stephen Neal 33,760.91 Bev & Dave Townsend 15,945.97 Adrian & Tracy Smith 10,376.30 Chaitali & Ajit Nath 8,162.90
Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 418,194.69 Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 33,678.78
Mike & Amanda Bibby 385,000.82 Bill Caddy 15,907.30 Tsahai & Jake Ellington 10,353.76 Ann & George Blackman 8,152.95
Stephen Clark 32,906.08 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 15,885.78 Robert & Jennifer Radbourne 10,312.73 Mark & Elizabeth Hall 8,145.69
Terence & Jean Ash 355,160.16 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 32,833.74
Gary & Esther Watson 352,585.20 Roger & Simon Mantle 15,873.83 Seamus & Clare Houghton 10,311.52 Malcolm & Inge Williams 8,137.13
Michael & Sandra Laydon 32,257.83 Robert & Jennifer Clifton 15,827.81 Patricia Fisher 10,237.74 Jonathan Donno 8,132.84
Margaret & Roy Japp 304,691.27 Melanie & Andrew Wilson 32,206.73
John & Steven Sharp 249,330.04 Sarah & Ivan Darch 15,788.51 Shirley Gowland & Josephine Davies 10,198.84 Rebecca Nisbet-Forster & Matthew Forster 8,132.18
Chantele & Barry Travis 31,863.02 Sandra Brown 15,747.24 Tim & Freda Drinkwater 10,195.68 Janet Roscoe & Ria Middleditch 8,130.25
Hazel & John Noble Stephen 243,740.94 Gill & Tim Evans 31,635.32
Robert Gibbons 217,540.29 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 15,611.77 Mark & Adele Gallacher 10,185.63 Frederick & Karen Mason 8,125.77
Derrick & Maria Longwright 31,440.05 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 15,514.05 Sadie O'boyle 10,178.32 Peter & Jean Monroe 8,124.47
Gordon & Judy Seldon 217,098.28 Lesley Burroughs 31,040.31
Philip & Jean Warrington 216,988.23 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 15,503.96 Jerome Hadley & Marissa Gigg 10,175.05 Iain & Jackie Swanston 8,120.83
Tom & Bernadette Hingley 30,803.71 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 15,503.96 Paul & Anna Scott 10,167.32 Michael & Lianne Rust 8,115.26
Derek & Eileen Wagstaff 211,718.88 Caroline & Philip Thompson 30,712.62
Claire & Peter Rea 198,756.23 Carol & Ian Parker 15,481.65 Michael Godwin 10,161.63 Janet & Terry Mulley 8,115.26
Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 30,489.90 Linda & Graeme Kirkwood 15,375.17 Karen Bradley & Antonio Alonso 10,150.82 Edward & Susan Booth 8,105.45
Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 192,160.06 Graham & Catherine Hyde 30,482.80
David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 189,965.99 Richard & Judy Taylor 15,364.25 Ian & Elisabeth Aitchison 10,118.96 Lesley & Keith Ridden 8,104.82
David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 30,443.05 Susan Richards & Sarah Deakin 15,352.51 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 10,117.87 Martin Douglass & Jane Rollings 8,099.56
Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 180,120.49 Joseph O'donnell 30,014.80
Michael & Jean Day 178,301.04 Timothy Murphy 15,343.23 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 10,115.67 Laurie Mitchell 8,061.00
Peter & Sheryl Dutton 29,971.37 Diane & Geoff Owen 15,338.05 Harvey Kent & Kerry Edees 10,070.53 Christopher & Helen Goode 8,060.95
John & Sarah Mckie 175,749.46 Stuart & Gail Mckibbin 29,459.89
Judy Jodrell 161,845.44 Norman & Jean Spurrell 15,202.35 Kelly & Steve Elliott 10,018.00 Jeske Didsbury-Schol & Brian Didsbury 8,053.23
Linda & Tony Gower 29,198.63 Linda Wood 15,202.35 Mandy Foskett & Trevor Swift 8,053.23
Keith & Vie Robertson 160,874.75 Debbie Gee 29,159.12
Tony & Katharine Briffa 151,418.06 John & Jenny Caton 15,144.08 7,500 And Above Danny & Josephine Parr 8,046.45
Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 29,006.76 Nick Newham 15,090.62 Sharon & Steve Agnew 8,021.78
Craig & Magdalena White 150,432.78 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 28,365.85 Lynne Flaxman 9,979.10
Mark & Delfina Prosser 144,508.33 Amraj Khan 15,055.88 Norman & Joanne Grundy 8,014.94
Harry Hancock 28,043.43 Keith & Teresa Faulkner 15,049.91 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 9,947.12 Stewart & Emma Cook 8,005.49
Robert & Mary Higgins 139,245.47 Paul Flintoft 27,845.66 Lindsey & Stephen Bradbury 9,929.93
Victor & Una Brown 134,558.23 Sarah Trim 7,991.18
John & Sophia Clements 27,395.42 Sam & Patricia Thomas 9,929.93 Victoria & Matthew Lawrence 7,972.27
Stephen Geldard & Catherine Brookes 134,076.75 Gordon & Patrick Davidson 27,278.37 10,000 And Above Bob & Rosemarie Hardy 9,910.82
John & Anne Donaldson 125,979.57 David & Diane Wraight 7,972.27
Terry & Jane Hodge 27,100.50 Terry Hayden & Charles Napier 14,961.14 Linda & Steve Tinkler 9,886.69 William Thomas & Shan Parry 7,971.11
Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 121,730.76 Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 26,910.80 Allan & Eileen Gonsalves 14,961.14 David & Gail Slee 9,830.04
John & Christine Prosser 117,951.28 Jacqueline & Thomas Middlemass 7,951.50
Dawn & Bruce Marsden 26,407.28 Margaret Wright & Jacqui Whittingham 14,933.52 Marion & Anthony Homer 9,820.61 Cath & John Wilkinson 7,934.61
Jill Corlett 115,441.74 Seph O’connell & Sarah Watson 26,354.40 Elizabeth & Ian Hyams 14,865.75 Debra & Andrew Cowton 9,808.08
Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 114,334.86 Hugh Smith 7,930.86
Robert Gould 26,337.99 Alison Bareham 14,865.75 Graham & Jennifer Shaw 9,709.97 Anthony & Susan Peacham 7,928.75
Trevor Mitchell 110,249.51 Gerwyn Duggan 26,337.99 William & Sharon Stevenson 14,799.78 Angela & Robert Clark 9,646.80
Sylvia & Jack Hood 107,647.25 George Steel 7,928.70
Colin & Charlene Sadler 26,029.89 Paul & John Meikle 14,762.15 Karen Lucas 9,636.31 Cynthia & Roy Litchfield 7,928.70
Andy & Carolyn Cooper 102,646.79 Brian & Gay Redstone 25,430.51 Denys & Laura Harris 14,669.11 Sammy & Kenza Linton 9,574.68
Geoff & Fiona Webb 101,547.26 Diana Babbage & Joanna Turner 7,917.63
Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 25,379.35 Kevin Sands 14,598.97 Gary & Sandra Dodd 9,566.54 Paul Smith & Angela Solomon 7,914.09
Toby Acton & Donna Gold 24,685.62 Donna & Charles Warr 14,590.98 Anita Morris 9,558.10 Ian & Deborah Wightmore 7,910.91
35,000 And Above Steven Clements 24,638.31 David Belcher 14,440.75 Allen & Rosemary Wooding 9,551.19 Stuart Johnson & Amanda North-Graves 7,896.25
Michael John & Susan Pirie 98,906.27 Doug & Sandra Roper 24,152.96 Richard & Helen Peuleve 14,440.75 Joy Dwyer & Verena Clarke 9,551.19 Melanie & Dominic Constable 7,885.72
Heather & James O'neil 95,184.31 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 24,113.65 Ian Clarke 14,439.18 Lyn & Tony Davies 9,491.14 John Morgan 7,881.31
Sue & Claire Ferguson 93,555.20 Raymond & Barbara Mann 24,043.74 Michael & Julia Tolton 14,437.47 Jim Mccoid & Marian Ward 9,431.88 Allan & Myra Collins 7,878.74
Anthony Greeves 92,660.20 Alison & Kevin Thomas 24,011.02 Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 14,167.14 Jacqueline Akhurst & Steven Ellis 9,431.88 Fay & Andrew Roe 7,875.65
Carole & Benny Morris 92,447.42 Nichola & David Walmsley 24,004.04 Elaine & Martin Spafford 14,127.79 Janice & Bob Sheppard 9,431.88 William & Agnes Burgess 7,867.15
Dave & Susie Horton 89,379.33 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 23,975.74 David Byatt & Janet Smith 14,033.22 Michael Curry 9,427.70 Alan & Barbara Rea 7,864.39
Martin & Yvonne Boyce 89,112.44 Kodwo Anderson 23,826.94 Colin & Gillian Campbell 13,915.03 Shirley Martin & Keith Roxbury 9,414.23 Emma Colley 7,862.18
Mel & Irene Wilson 88,947.62 Keith & Veronica King 23,826.94 Wendy Fielding 13,868.72 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 9,411.22 David Russell 7,857.80
Nuala & Martin Mcdonald 86,611.78 Sunil Popat 23,823.83 Minesh Padhiar 13,803.54 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras 9,401.13 Scott Coe & Mainda Kiwelu 7,854.49
David & Rosie Bibby 84,754.89 Cheryl & David Amison 23,823.83 David Potter 13,699.34 Omran Zaman 9,395.63 Willie Louw 7,842.31
Stephani & Bill Neville 83,398.75 Roselyn & Gavin Thomson 23,496.70 Tracey Payne 13,626.68 Mark & Sarah Wildman 9,387.46 Anne & Sean Mchugh 7,834.66
Sue & Geoffrey Burras 83,117.33 Carole & Peter Bristow 23,303.86 Barry & Nina Mitchell 13,620.73 Seyed Ali Sajjadi 9,367.41 Pete Gill & Amy Kisnorbo 7,823.27
Malcolm Ashmore 82,104.05 Nicola & Jerome Neville 23,303.86 Heidi & Ron Body 13,573.23 Kathleen & Dominic Carolan 9,366.82 Helen & Paul Hallatt 7,819.50
Adele & Jaime De Caso 82,104.05 Angela & Stephen Burchell 23,298.29 Catherine & Stephen Lord 13,464.94 Ellen & Sean Friedberg 9,314.20 Andrew O'riordan 7,812.61
Declan O'neill 81,319.71 Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 23,280.01 Jen & Garry Luke 13,429.88 Kenny Liggett 9,299.29 Neil Jeffery & Caroline Jeffrey 7,806.31
Justin & Olivera Toner 80,149.48 John & Janice Halsall 23,073.73 Bob & Diane Goulding 13,411.00 John & Denise Dawkes 9,293.08 George & Carol Murray 7,795.14
Julie Collier & Peter Richards 79,577.25 Clare & Martin Whitelock 22,871.46 James Dale & Claire Daniels 13,163.26 Tom & Kathryn Forbes 9,291.71 Catherine & Andrew Barraclough 7,774.95
Angela & Norman Campbell 76,078.76 Vanadis Fox & Richard Houseago 22,788.89 Frank & Lee Johnson 13,128.44 Edward & Benedetta Graham 9,283.99 Melissa Egermann & Frederic Bruyer 7,769.84
Marcell & Joanne Treanor 75,238.66 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 22,688.51 Ann Searle & Philip Linsey 13,062.12 Adam O'reilly & Clare Patterson 9,221.45 Paul Gallagher 7,762.05
Gaynor Morgan 73,627.57 Conor Treanor & Linda Jameson 22,578.55 Julian & Karen Pike 13,061.43 Mandy & Ken Clarke 9,216.77 Suzanne Jane & Robin Colbourne 7,757.72
Steve & Debbie Roper 72,970.92 Sean & Alexandra Tuesley 22,546.36 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 13,039.56 Daniel & Michelle Marshall 9,205.59 Hanna & Greg Newson 7,756.06
John & Wendy English 72,555.26 Amanda & Andrew Holland 22,438.57 Katie & Mark Johnson 12,981.95 Diana Schuch 9,096.61 Jackie & Stuart Bower 7,746.90
Lauren & Peter Jackson 72,056.09 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 22,404.36 Helen & Andrew Walsh 12,969.65 Elizabeth & George Kerr 9,058.99 Lara Crane & Debra Bamford 7,744.78
Lindsay Gonsalves & Danny Young 71,902.09 Robert Wellock 22,063.83 Robert & Rosemary Annan 12,934.34 Adrian Fisher 9,035.25 Gail & Darren Drew 7,740.76
David & Samantha Branch 71,314.89 Cindy & David Brown 22,063.83 Cormie Marshall & Gwen Drysdale 12,830.78 David Nutley & Marie Andrews 9,035.25 Roger & Gillian Coupe 7,727.75
Susan & David Darton 70,690.77 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 21,973.62 Christine & Con Browning 12,810.73 Ted & Rose Farrar 8,993.36 Peter & Caren Neesham 7,716.98
John & Jenny Holden 67,204.83 Gareth & Jeanette Jones 21,759.55 Michael & Janet Wallace 12,760.80 Georgina & Phil Gale 8,988.98 Margaret Jarman 7,716.38
Karen & Neil Young 67,096.19 Jack Kirby & Chantelle Molloy 21,717.99 Jon Turner 12,596.27 Pierce & Janet Hartley 8,984.13 Mark & Sue O'reilly 7,712.47
Ramon & Sylvia Laing 67,040.85 Andrew Ridley 21,686.03 Louise Puttick 12,488.82 Julie & Colin Bullivant 8,982.06 Mark Taylor & Sharon Wood 7,702.35
Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 64,342.94 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 21,538.47 Barbara Margaret Webb 12,443.23 Peter & Cathy Legg 8,977.50 Sharon Ellis 7,700.89
Andrew & Sue Boswell 63,727.83 Martina & James Mcgrath 21,437.60 Philip & Alison Wimbles 12,395.44 Heather Brown 8,888.26 Sarah De Costobadie & Mark Wilson 7,694.77
Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 62,469.57 Gareth & Gil Duffy 21,431.02 Patrick & Helen Loftus 12,335.51 Robert Young & Clare Mears 8,886.73 Tracey & Craig Holmes 7,694.77
Glenn & Caroline Royston 61,867.07 Terry & Sid Drew 21,263.96 Henry & Diana Crosby 12,311.82 Warwick & Christine Blakemore 8,866.87 Scott & Gwen Thomson 7,692.08
Rosina & Frank Pocock 61,599.56 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin 21,027.89 Stefan & Samantha Frienling 12,281.31 Mike & Anne Airey 8,852.77 Mike Victoros 7,685.02
Mike & Dawn Gough 61,165.04 Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 20,800.85 Kulwant & Mandeep Kalon 12,217.07 Kate Lee 8,831.39 Martin & Catherine Saunders 7,679.07
Jay Singh 60,369.29 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 20,745.30 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 12,203.51 Patricia & Dennis Corser 8,805.68 Patricia Spraggon 7,672.03
Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 57,720.03 John Smith 20,483.40 John & Mary Marsh 12,132.38 Donna Clease 8,805.00 Adrian & Margaret Lynch 7,667.45
James Curtis 57,663.79 Lesley Brown & Mark Veidman 20,469.16 David & Lynn Bole 12,093.80 Sarah Sancho 8,798.55 Lynwen & Gethin Thomas 7,663.32
Stephen & Debra Nell 56,020.69 Pamela Jarvis 20,334.13 Christopher Conroy 12,049.83 Bernie & Barbara Klinger 8,719.12 Jennifer Amos & Martin Smith 7,662.11
John & Karina Beesley 54,951.88 Gloria & Clive Davies 20,332.61 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 12,049.83 Jim & Vicky Smith 8,711.32 Jessica Clements & Christopher Strutt 7,660.62
Ram & Joginder Singh 53,943.60 Steve & Cathy Chambers 20,260.43 Julie & Jon Windress 12,012.82 Michael & Marilyn Stansell 8,704.07 Linda Feldman 7,657.42
Michelle Kennedy 53,866.72 Andrew & Cheryl Williams 20,124.22 Dario & Joan Michelini 11,909.13 Maryan & Don Nicolson 8,697.43 Lynda Platts & Pauline Bell 7,652.47
Julie & Anthony Cornick 53,252.05 Maria Monaghan & Shane Treanor 20,005.44 Terry Card 11,882.64 Evan & Sally Tidman 8,694.24 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 7,638.94
Gene De Donatis & Janet Tynan 52,757.17 Phil Curtis 19,987.76 Negin & Michael Backhouse 11,634.68 Karen & Lee 8,684.51 Marcus & Joyce Emerson 7,638.54
Deborah & Allan Dewar 52,305.46 John & Kath Clease 19,857.74 Sharon Bullock & David Taylor 11,627.70 Nigel & Anne Moffett 8,676.36 Justin Rowe & Tracy Bell 7,638.26
Jane & John Dunkerley 52,137.97 Caroline & Simon Harvey 19,823.13 David & Judith Mccreath 11,611.86 Janet & Roger Bowen 8,675.85 Priya Chauhan 7,632.94
Craig & Mary Hawkes 52,121.21 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 19,726.08 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 11,611.86 Andrew & Lucinda Bates 8,675.59 Emma & Chris Shafe 7,629.71
Eamonn & Anne Roe 52,083.04 Andrew Platten & Tracie Lowndes 19,719.90 Suzanne & Richard Woolven 11,559.62 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 8,648.01 Edward Antrobus 7,613.93
Peter & Myrna Wellock 51,792.90 Warren & Pamela Sewell 19,514.78 Richard & Raquel Brennan 11,519.03 Jayne Clarkson & Philippa Menzer 8,646.21 Debra & Tony Williams 7,612.84
Steven Curtis & Sarah Kellow 51,578.39 Karen & Steven Glew 19,467.68 Rod & Mairi Marshall 11,464.05 Ray & Cathy Powell 8,643.23 Mavis & Alan Lawson 7,612.46
Helen Brooks 51,413.06 Leslie & Moira Harris 19,340.42 Linda & Ian Stanley 11,435.27 Carly Holland & Mark Landless 8,633.21 Richard & Greta Brownridge 7,601.60
Eve & Norman Branch 50,515.54 Angel & Stuart Hill 19,340.42 Andrew Nicoll & Danielle Young 11,365.24 Julie & Andrew Hambleton 8,617.70 Iain & Sue Cormack 7,598.46
Helen & Paul Allgood 50,436.44 Norah Bohan 19,032.39 Rhys & Susan Williams 11,345.21 Jillian & Peter Griffiths 8,605.71 Julie & Craig Lees 7,595.67
Gill & Donato Sepe 50,416.89 Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts 18,996.35 Vicki & Ian Chatham 11,329.15 Deborah Morgan 8,590.59 Alan Currie & Linda Goulden 7,595.67
Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva 49,901.14 Kerry & Paul Stonall 18,995.37 David & Jenny Gerry 11,315.36 Sheila & Nigel Fowler 8,583.30 Elizabeth Edwards & Brian Ashcroft 7,590.74
Brian Harwood 46,235.77 Ann & John Coe 18,878.79 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 11,301.64 Timothy & Tina Pace 8,579.80 Kira Mckibbin & Andrew Thomas 7,586.32
Alan Meldrum 45,244.50 Allan Ledwidge 18,864.24 Michael Amor-Wilkes 11,287.55 Johanna & Stuart Peuleve 8,563.01 Ann Payne & Shaun Sullivan 7,585.10
Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 44,533.64 Colin Roy Scott-Smith 18,850.50 Christine & Jim Foster 11,267.39 Martin Stoves 8,558.23 Kate & Lee Russell 7,584.52
Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 43,859.83 Jean-Marc Bordeau & Alexis Thorpe 18,850.50 Kevin Howe & Leah Harper 11,251.99 Sharon & Craig Davis 8,548.78 Malcolm & Jennifer Warden 7,582.94
Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 41,814.16 Neil & Susan Maclean 18,850.50 Steven Mee & Jaqueline Mullings 11,243.50 Veronica Nixon 8,526.33 Paul & Helen Wilson 7,580.55
Ron & Judy Speirs 41,544.35 Brian Manchester 18,818.37 Bena & Mahesh Chauhan 11,242.91 Angela Power 8,522.30 Bernadette Murray 7,578.44
Belinda Clarke 41,517.55 Isobel & James Orr 18,644.89 Barbara Geraghty & John Russell 11,239.23 Richard Lingham 8,502.43 Lynne & Neil Smith 7,577.47
Gavin Heaton & Fiona Keane 40,809.23 Rosemary & Christopher Day 18,636.59 Bill & Joyce Rowe 11,203.77 Jane Waddell 8,491.56 Rita & Peter Noble 7,570.98
David Pope & Stephanie Garrod 40,809.23 Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks 18,578.41 Sarah Jenkins 11,203.77 Gerard Coste 8,490.61 Katrina Harvey & Ian Winstanley 7,570.13
Daniel & Ann Keeble 40,763.51 Darren & Christina Simmons 18,265.28 Declan & Monica Manning 11,201.66 David & Heather Flannagan 8,486.91 Ian & Cheryl Cooke 7,563.25
Debbie & Trevor Collins 40,763.51 Karim & Juliet Karmali 18,264.78 Susan Hook 11,189.26 Ian & Lorraine Barnfield 8,485.17 Suzanne Yarwood & Daniel Hibbert 7,553.97
Su & Jas Bains 40,306.51 Amy Warrington 18,250.70 Caroline & Mark Sellars 11,187.51 Saloni & Perdeep Chandarh 8,480.20 Nigel Le Long 7,552.29
Christopher & Louise Brown 40,289.64 Clive & Pamela Lennard 18,148.54 Brian & Grainne Quigley 11,175.44 Caroline Williams 8,480.20 Helen & Mark Holmes 7,551.95
Chris & Julia Norton 40,190.75 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 18,022.95 Stephen & Joyce Milne 11,094.85 Nick Oakley 8,479.44 Mary & Harry Fullerton 7,544.21
Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 40,190.43 Markus Kl™Tzer & Petra Romoser 17,990.72 Ron & Sue Keeler 11,049.10 Paul Tonkin 8,462.47 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 7,523.58
Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 39,670.00 Keith Sandland 17,916.08 Sally Print & Darren Phipps 11,006.04 Stuart & Carol Butler 8,439.07 George Bratty 7,507.97
Graham & Georgina Long 38,693.81 Tavis Taylor 17,814.58 Ian & Elizabeth Campbell 11,002.75 Trevor & Janet Rawding 8,415.50
Sharon & Andrew Bird 38,292.30 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 17,799.19 Vivienne & Richard Washington 11,001.54 Margaret & Michael Drayton 8,404.96
Alf & Carol Bell 38,185.42 Gary & Iris Dixon 17,513.96 Antony & Aileen Gunn 10,941.70 Carole & James Sunter 8,394.71
Alison & Michael Ogden 38,098.47 Claire & Paul Howells 17,296.69 Garrett & Nicola Oshea 10,931.25 Jane Avery 8,391.60
ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 31
ARE YOU PAYING TOO MUCH INTEREST? Deciding how and when to pay your Kleeneze statement can sometimes be a daunting task. You know you have to do it,
but should you pay today, tomorrow or next week? This article is intended to help you through that decision process and
Y O U R S TAT
Your Credit Limit:
also give you some helpful advice.
ACCOUNT No. this statement
you had this
26/06/08 At the date of
DATE to place orders.
MS X XXXXXX PD/WK
X XXX XX
XX XXXXXXX SALES GROUP
XXXXXX £ 8.26
YEAR TO DATE
Kleeneze offers you a choice. You are given the opportunity to pay off your statement balance every week and avoid all
interest charges or you may choose to pay only the minimum weekly payment as shown on Kleeneze statement. But
Dear Mr XXXXXXX, £100.00 is due
. A payment of
up to 24/01/2008
of your account
This is a statement is £391.74.
The total outstanding
you more to clear
longer and cost
week it will take you
surely, paying the small minimum payment every week won’t cost me more will it?
Minimum Payments payment each
If you make only with the way
are not happy
instance. If you do
us in the first Service. If you
, please try to
resolve it with Ombudsman
Dispute Resolutio your agreement to complain to
the Financial details of how
If you have a
problem with you may be able n. We can provide
or the result, the Ombudsma
your complaint to complain to
in which we handled not be entitled
us first you will
not take up your
contact the Ombudsma It may be costly
The plain and simple answer is, yes!
available to you.
sources of credit
than on other
Interest Charges may be higher
charged on your account period.
The rate of interest the interest free
owing on your
you to leave balances
with Credit Reference
share this information
Credit Status falls into arrears
payments and in the future.
If you miss minimum obtain credit
your ability to
this could affect
As soon as an invoice is unpaid 7 days after its payment date an entry for ‘debit interest’ will be added to your statement.
payment this credit agreement
the terms of
to make a minimum mean that you have broken costs and make
You have failed payment can to pay additional
your minimum to your having
Failing to make It could lead
result in us taking
credit in future.
difficult to obtain A letter charge
Credit Act 1974.
with the Consumer
Even a small weekly charge of £4.00 per week, if left unchecked, could soon add up to over £200 a year in interest
notice. This charge
and is being given
in compliance included in this
Notice Of Default of default sums of default
to default sums total amount take account
relates This is the notice does not
balance on 30/11/08. statement. This remain unpaid.
added to your requested on
your previous or not those sums
£7.50 has been
failure to make
the payment sums notice whether
is due to your in another default
told you about
sums which we
charges alone, eating away at all the profit you have made.
HOW TO CONT your account:
have a query
If you POST Clayton
ONLINE Kleeneze Limited, Accrington BB5 5JY
.uk Business Park,
5000 7 DAYS A WEEK
24 HOURS A
Tel: -0844 8.00am - 9.00pm
9.00am - 1.00pm
Sat - Sunday
And it is not only your profit that can suffer! In a recent comparison between successful and struggling businesses one
common thread was identified, even though both businesses had similar order volumes! We found that the main difference was in how the
business paid for its goods. In the majority of cases the successful business paid for its invoices as they fell due for payment, but the failing
businesses did not. Only the minimum payment was being made.
This meant one thing - running out of credit. Even though large orders were still being won they could not be accepted. The distributor found
that the high and increasing overdue (or interest bearing) balance had used up the credit limit! Even credit limit increase requests could not be
processed because of the high “interest bearing balance”.
In some of the worst cases we found an even more worrying trend. As only the minimum balance was being paid there just wasn’t the cash
there any more to pay off the overdue element.
So what should I do?
Pay for an invoice by its due date. If you are paying by post or Giro Credit then pay for your goods 5 working days before the due date.
Use the statement as a payment reminder.
Avoid building up an “interest bearing balance”. It’s a term which means that we are legally allowed to charge you interest.
The other business!
Well, with a regular and full payment record they found that when they needed an increase in their credit limit they were accepted straight away.
Please note, all manually submitted agreement forms (paper, non-Internet registered) must be accompanied by a Credit Agreement Form in
order for the registration to be processed and your new starters to get their businesses up and running.
You can find the Credit Agreement Form in your Business Kit and it is also available to download off the DSA.
MAKE SAVINGS THANKS TO
FREQUENT FLYER SUCCESS! Due to the run-away success of our current range of flyers and posters, we’ve had to produce even bigger volumes, meaning
that we can now pass on the savings we’ve made to you! We’ve price reduction on all posters and flyers in our range, so
make sure you get your hands on them
The Opportunity Poster: Available either as an A4 or A3 Poster, these are ideal for you to use at
your Opportunity Meetings, to direct people to the venue and a perfect sponsoring tool at the same
time! Personalise this glossy poster simply by downloading the template off the DSA and printing
over the space left at the bottom for your message.
The Catalogue Poster: Target your prospects with this glossy A4 Catalogue Poster, which
showcases all of our best retail tools and can also be personalised.
The Opportunity Flyer: These smaller versions of the Opportunity Posters are perfect for mailing out
to your prospects, containing all the information they need to know about this fantastic business!
Day Slips: Designed to catch your customer’s eye and guarantee you’ll get your Catalogues back in good condition, Kleeneze
have created two new types of Day Slip, one which can be personalised as you wish – simply overprint with name, contact
details, collection time, and another which gives you the tick box option of days and times of Catalogue collection.
OVER 30% REDUCTION IN PRICES!
A3 Opportunity Posters (pack of 100), code 09040. Old price: Opportunity Flyers 4xA6 (pack of 100 A4), code: 09229. Old price:
£14/€21.00; New price: £8.50/€12.50 £7.70/€11.55; New price: £4.50/€7
A4 Opportunity Posters (pack of 100), code: 09059. Old price: Day Slips 4xA6 – label space (pack of 100 A4), code 09920. Old price:
£8.75/€13.13; New price: £4.50/€7 £7.70/€11.55; New price: £4.50/€7
A4 Catalogue Posters (pack of 100), code: 09067. Old price: Day Slips 4xA6 – Over printable (pack of 100 A4), code 00400. Old price:
£8.75/€13.13; New price: £4.50/€7 £7.70/€11.55; New price: £4.50/€7
01.08.08 Issue 31 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN