PEOPLE IN BUSINESS
BULLETIN 04.07.08 Issue 27
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I t’s been a massive Period for success and so it’s only fitting that this
week’s EWB is a bumper edition. MEETINGS
We’ve eight pages packed full of features and stories, including a double-
page spread on two Distributorships that have done ‘the double’ and Need a bit of light in
Where to go to
qualified for both Vienna and the Caribbean Cruise on Club Med 2! Page 3 Page 7
Find out exactly how they did it and pick up some tips for how you too
can achieve whatever you want through Kleeneze. BULK
There is also some vital retail information inside, corporate news and
some great new tools for your business. To top it all off, catch EWB’s Find out how to hit 10%
in your first week
It’s been an amazing retail
Period, but have you made
the Kleeneze charts?
feature on Online Registration - what is it, how will it affect you and
Page 4 Page 8
how to use it.
We hope you enjoy this week’s edition of the newsletter. Please keep all
your stories, tips and photos coming in to email@example.com.
Two dream destinations for How will Online Registration
our Distributors affect your business?
ORDERS ARE FLYING OUT! BUILT TO LAST
“We had a brilliant idea of how to use the Monthly Bargains flyer and
It’s not just the company that
has continued to make its
mark over the last eight
thought we would share it with all our Kleeneze colleagues. decades. EWB regularly
The idea is that when we collect an receives stories of Kleeneze
order from a customer we would products from yester-year that
give them a Monthly Bargain Flyer are still going strong!
along with their normal thank you “Shortly after I joined Kleeneze
for order slip. We would collect any in 1994, an elderly customer
orders from this Monthly Bargain gave me this item [pictured].
when we delivered the main order. He told me that his mother had purchased it from Kleeneze in
This system has a number of 1930 and said that it was a gramophone record cleaning brush.
advantages in that our customers will get a It has a lacquered handle marked ‘eeze’ and it is stamped
Monthly Bargain flyer early and we can ‘reg’d #741056 – 1928’on the band at the base of the handle. It is
process their order before items get sold out. in new condition and I use it regularly on my own LPs 78 years on.
We have already had success doing this.” How is that for a quality product?”
Sheryl and Peter Dutton Don Campbell, Gold Executive Distributor
Bronze Executive Distributors
Have you got any tips that you’d like to share with your fellow
Distributors? Email us now at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AN EYE OF THE WEEK
CATCHING Need a bit of light in your
life? You’re not alone. We
CONCEPT could all use some, albeit
in the kitchen cupboards, JUST STICK
We’ve already got a spectacular range of under the bed or in your
Catalogues to tempt your customers, but it wardrobe. Of course,
doesn’t hurt to give them every additional these are not always the
opportunity to purchase more of our easiest places to plug in a
fantastic products! lamp, so up until now it’s
s been literally a case of
Our new Consumables Leaflet has been Stick It Touch Light being kept in the dark.
created to aid your retailing. Designed to
be left with your customer as a However, Stick It Touch Lights provide a
bright solution to this age-old problem. These handy flat lights
‘thank you’ for ordering, the leaflet
stick to almost any surface due to their self-adhesive pads. There’s
provides them with a further chance to select some of our most
no wiring required, just peel and stick in seconds.
Their small size means that they can be used in all of those dark
There is only limited stock of this new leaflet, as it is a trial concept nooks and crannies and they’re perfect for taking on holiday too,
at the moment. Your feedback on this leaflet is vital, as should it especially with young children who may require a night light.
prove to be successful the concept can be developed further.
You can find the Stick It Touch Lights (code 026204-22)
The Consumables Leaflet comes in packs of 50 and can be on page 122 of the Main Book. Priced only £15/€22.50
ordered on code UK 09350/ ROI 09458 for only £1/€1.50. for a set of six.
KEEPING YOUR CUSTOMERS INFORMED
Our colourful new Day Slips will soon get your customers flicking through the Catalogues and give an
Order code: 09920
LOOK INSIDE LOOK INSIDE
extra guarantee that you will get your Catalogue packs back in good condition.
Kleeneze have created two new types of Day Slip, one which can be personalised as you wish – simply TV & Leisure Blanket
Storage Containetight TV & Leisure Blanket
Order code: 00400
overprint with name, contact details, collection time, and another which gives you the tick box option
PLEASE LEAVE THIS PACK ON
YOUR DOORSTEP FOR COLLECTION ON:
PLEASE LEAVE THIS PACK ON
YOUR DOORSTEP FOR COLLECTION ON: TIC
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
Sat Sun Sat Sun
of days and times of Catalogue collection.
CONTACT DETAILS: CONTACT DETAILS:
AM PM AM PM
TV & Leisure Blanket 5 Microwav
Storage eable Airtight
Both slips are bright and colourful and also highlight two of our popular products – which will have
LOOK INSIDE LOOK INSIDE LEAVE THIS
PLEASE TV & Leisure Blanket Storage eable Airtight
FOR FOR DOORSTEP PACK Containers
FOR COLLE ON PLEASE
FANTASTIC FANTASTIC YOUR DOORS LEAVE THIS PACK ON
Your TEP FOR COLLE
your customers looking through the Catalogues to find out more. But they serve the more important details Here
purpose of letting your customers know when you will be back to collect, meaning less chance of TV & Leisure Blanket
Storage Containetight TV & Leisure Blanket
them being left out in the rain! TIC
PLEASE LEAVE THIS PACK ON PLEASE LEAVE THIS PACK ON
YOUR DOORSTEP FOR COLLECTION ON: YOUR DOORSTEP FOR COLLECTION ON:
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
Sat Sun CONTACT DETAILS:
Sat Sun CONTACT DETAILS:
AM PM AM PM
Day Slip (with blank box to be personalised), pack of 100 A4 sheets (4 flyers per sheet), PLEASE
TV & Leisure Blanket
YOUR DOORS LEAVE THIS PACK ON
Storage eable Airtight
TV & Leisure Blanket 5 Microwav
Storage eable Airtight
TEP FOR COLLE
code 00400, £7.70/€11.55. Day Slip (with tick boxes for Catalogue collection times)
CTION ON: PLEASE
YOUR DOORS LEAVE THIS PACK ON
TEP FOR COLLE
Your CTION ON:
details Here Your
pack of 100 A4 (4 flyers per sheet), code 09920, £7.70/€11.55. details Here
04.07.08 Issue 27 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Tan-tastic say tan testers!
The Palmer Cutler Beauty Treatment range, developed by Patsy Palmer as shown on the front of the new Health
& Beauty Catalogue, is the first time Kleeneze has ever used a celebrity-endorsed product and it has become a
huge talking point in the Network.
However, we were interested to see whether the range of self-tans really worked, so got hold of a few willing
participants from our Service Centre to try it out.
And here’s what they thought:
“It was really easy to use, the mousse dries within seconds and it isn’t sticky like usual tans.
The mousse also doesn’t have a nasty smell to it.”
“It dries really quickly and doesn’t stain your clothes.”
“It was very easy to use; the lotion dried very quickly and didn’t have the usual nasty smell of
“The product was easy to apply and soaked into the skin quickly leaving my skin feeling smooth
“The tan deepened over a period of approximately 24 hours and the end colour was very good.”
“I was really happy with the end results of this tanning mousse and I would definitely buy it from the Kleeneze catalogue.
When the tan had dried you had a natural looking tan.
“I think this tanning mousse is good value for money as the better quality tanning lotions and mousses are quite
expensive to buy.”
So, it seems thumbs up from our Service Centre. Have you had any feedback on our new self-tanning range or indeed any of our products?
Don’t forget, you can write to us at our special product feedback email address to let us know: Productfeedback@kleeneze.co.uk.
HOW DO YOU HIT WALKING THE WALK
10% IN YOUR
Bronze Executive Distributor, Cath Lord and three of her Kleeneze
team members grabbed their walking boots, brooms and feather
dusters last month and took to the streets of Crewe to raise money
in memory of, among others, Gold Distributor Mike Johns, who
died earlier this year.
“You network your catalogues. And Shaun Coleman and Steff The girls took part in
Sterland did just that. St Luke’s Midnight Walk
They asked Shaun's mum to take their book to work and gave her
1,700 women and in
three order forms. Later, they had a phone call: ‘can I have more
order forms please? These are all filled up!’ A few more order forms doing so got their good
later and they had orders for over £1000 from just one Catalogue! cause, and Kleeneze, a
mention in their local
The other amazing thing is that these orders all came from
employees of a major supermarket (mentioning no names, but
every little helps!) so anyone who is concerned about getting orders
from an area where a “We all had different
supermarket is situated people we were raising
shouldn’t be! money in memory of - close friends, family members and one of the
Congratulations on B.E.S.T Team, Gold Distributor Mike Johns who died earlier this year
hitting the first step in from an asbestos related cancer,” said Cath. “We all completed the
the rung of the Kleeneze walk in less than 4 hours and received a medal. For three of us, it
career ladder!” was the first time we had attempted anything like this so we were
extremely pleased with ourselves! we had so much fun that we all
Andy and Sharon Bird, intend to do it again next year and hope to get a bigger group to
Silver Executive take part and raise more money.”
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To qualify for one of Kleeneze’s Conferences is an incredibly Doing the ‘double’ means more to us than ever as we have our
noteworthy achievement. To put in the hard work and achieve your Frontline Bronze Executives Andrew Buxton and Laura Kelly coming
goal of attending one of these exclusive events is simply inspiring. with us on both trips - we KNOW what is in store for them, and that
However, when you achieve qualification for TWO Conferences over adds an amazing dimension for us.
one phase of time is simply awe-inspiring. With three of our other Distributorships already in qualification for
“There is always a part of the year when Distributors can ‘do the Vienna, and another (Karen Lewis) already qualified with more still to
double’,” explained Kleeneze’s Head of Development, Michael Khatkar. come, we know that both trips will have the added magic of being
“This year it is from Period 4 to Period 9, so there is still a chance for there with team members and friends.
you to do it as well. If you hit Bronze Executive in Period 7 and hold it
through Periods 8 and 9, you will qualify for Vienna and Club Med 2.
Go for it, it’s yours to achieve!”*
In terms of tips, more than anything - over recent years we have
worked hard to provide a simple, duplicatable system which anyone of
our team can access and copy - and we know that your Uplines too
will have their own successful systems (you don't get to SED by
accident!). Talk to your leaders, speak to qualifiers (Richard Branson
says 'I talked to people who knew') and then work hard, be inspired,
And that’s just what Silver Senior Executive Distributors Geoff and use all the material that our amazing company give to us, always
Fiona Webb and Bronze Executive Distributors Andrew and Laura follow the system, and never ever quit.”
Buxton have done – qualifying for both Vienna and the Club Med 2 Geoff and Fiona Webb
Caribbean Cruise! EWB caught up with the two Distributorships to find
out exactly how they achieved this amazing dream. “Our story on how we achieved ‘the Double’ starts with meeting
Jim Rohn and Zig Ziglar as a surprise trip for Laura’s birthday in
‘When we qualified for the Sea Goddess Conference in 2000, we September 2007.
believed that we had experienced a reward that could never be
repeated and whilst we fell in love with Sydney, rode on horseback in Our belief in everything rocketed during our four days in Dallas and we
Arizona and were inspired by Rio, we knew that when Club Med 2 made a pledge on our return that we would 'see how far we could
was announced in January that for us, this really would be ‘The stretch in the next year’ - then review it!!
Ultimate Destination’. Our Group (The Golden Bear
We promoted this reward at every event we ran using the inspirational Group) are all students of Jim
DVD and the awesome posters supplied by the company. One of our and Zig and their teachings,
Senior Distributors, who has experienced a European Conference, alongside the fabulous,
shared with us their dream to qualify for Club Med 2, and how by duplicatable system in Kleeneze.
following our group system and promoting a massive team spirit Goal-setting was an absolute
along with an amazing work ethic - they too would qualify. must – both for ourselves and
Then the criteria for the Autumn Destination was announced - and the team. Our goal was to help
although we only live a 30 minute drive from 'Coventry' - we knew as many people as possible to
what we had to do, and that wherever in the world it turned out to qualify for the Autumn
be, it would - as with all previous conferences we have qualified for - Destination and as a
Laura and Andrew with Zig
be something very special. product of that we would
achieve the double.
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We have unshakable Belief, boundless Enthusiasm and a winning Top five tips for anyone to reach qualification for whatever
Attitude; and these qualities put together will consistently produce you want to achieve.
outstanding Results (B.E.A.R.). Part of our current success and all of 1. Do not mistake intentions for accomplishment.
our future success is based on Rohn’s philosophy 'preparation 2. Have laser focus on your target.
3. Why not you?
When the Vienna destination was announced, the first reaction was 4. Understand the law of averages.
one of inevitability that ourselves and our team leaders would qualify. 5. Make it fun.
That confidence is borne out of the massive action the group took
earlier in the year and are continuing now. If you want to show how qualification
We know (because of attending the Athens Conference in 2005) that really feels just look at our smiley faces
all qualifiers will experience a wonderful, magical weekend and all of on the picture with our great sponsors
the hard work necessary to achieve it will undoubtedly be worth it. Geoff and Fiona Webb!”
More than anything else, we are looking forward to experiencing a Andrew and Laura Buxton
fabulous Kleeneze Conference with members of our team, so that they
too can experience the amazing way Kleeneze treat its distributors!
* FOR FULL DETAILS ON HOW TO ACHIEVE THE ‘DOUBLE’ OR ANY OTHER OF OUR FABULOUS INCENTIVES,
VISIT THE DSA AT WWW.KLEENEZE.CO.UK.
Congratulations to the latest qualifiers for
the Autumn Destination 2008 - Vienna! Karen Lewis (Gold Distributor)
Stewart and Emma Cook (Gold Distributor)
Lesley and Keith Ridden (Gold Distributor)
“Congratulations to our latest qualifiers, their Sales Plan status was achieved before they even knew our fabulous destination. There are many
others that are already in qualification, without a doubt VIENNA will be one of our most successful Conferences.” Michael Khatkar
ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 27 04.07.08
LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTS
COMPANY CONFERENCE AND TRAINING DAYS Acklam Road, MIDDLESBROUGH TS5 7HL. Easy access
from A19. Open meeting, everyone welcome. 8pm Start
open at 7.30pm for prompt 8pm start, ends around 9pm,
then relax for a drink and a sizzle plus visit our well
6 Sept Kleeneze Christmas Conference and Gala Dinner – £2.50 per head. Guests free Opp/Training/Recognition/ stocked Sales Aids table. £3 per distributorship, guests
THE NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM Raffle/Table. Geldard and Cathy Brookes ITS 119822 Sue free, dress code: smart casual. Hosts Joyce and Pete
13 Sept Kleeneze Ireland Summer Sales Conference – Phoenix ITS 514235. Rowe. Tel: 020 8463 7133. ITS: 317 688.
THE RADISSON SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT 30 July (four weekly) Business Opportunity Meeting at Newtown. 21 July (18/8, 15/9, 13/10, 10/11) Business Opportunity Evening at
23–26 Oct Kleeneze Autumn Destination 2008 – VIENNA Maldwyn Leisure Centre, Plantation Lane, Newtown, The Holiday Inn, Lake View, Bridge Rd, Impington,
22-28 Mar Kleeneze Spring Destination Conference 2009 – POWYS, SY16 1LH. 8pm-9pm, doors open 7.30pm. £1 CAMBRIDGE CB24 9PH. 7.30 for 8pm Start. Business
CARIBBEAN CRUISE per Distributor. This is the first meeting. Please notify your dress only please. Distributors £3 guests Free. Everyone
3 Jan Kleeneze New Year Conference and Gala Dinner – team members and guests of this event. Contact: Roger Welcome! Host Craig White, contact 020 8626 9541.
THE NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM Mantle at email@example.com, tel 01686 628 22 July (19/8,16/9,21/10,18/11) Business Opportunity Meeting. The
423 or Wilf Parry on 01691 777 232. Thurrock Hotel, Ship Lane, Aveley, ESSEX, RM19 1YN.
TRAINING MEETINGS - 2008 COUNTRYWIDE 7.30pm start. £3 per Distributor, guests free. Hosts: Gill
6 July (31/8, 26/10) Gillian Nicholson’s Training at the Thurrock
Hotel, Aveley, ESSEX. Guest speakers Rob Forster and
SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES Nicholson 07808 763058 and Andy and Sue Boswell
01634 323326, firstname.lastname@example.org.
7 July Open Business opportunity meeting at the Churchillian
Craig White. 1.30pm-4pm. £2.50 per person. Guests free. Pub, Portsdown Hill, Cosham, PORTSMOUTH Hampshire 23 July (20/8 17/9 15/10 12/11 10/12) New Business Opportunity
Arrive ready to learn, depart ready to earn! For further PO6 3LS. Ample parking. 7.45pm for an 8pm prompt start. Meeting open to everyone. Comfort Inn A17/A52 Jct
details, contact Gillian Nicholson 07808 763058. Business dress please. £2 per distributor. Guests free. Bickers Bar, BOSTON, Lincs, PE20 3AN Registration
3 Aug (28/9, 23/11) Gillian Nicholson’s Training at the Gables Hosts Caroline Roberts and Martin Bell on 02392 430411. 7.15pm for 7.30pm start. £2.50 per person, Guests Free.
Hotel, Bristol Road, FALFIELD, GL12 8DL. 1.30pm – 4pm. 7 July (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Evening. The Business Dress please. Contact Andy & Amanda Holland
Guest speaker Richard Woods. £2.50 per distributor. Holiday Inn, Ipswich Road, NORWICH. Business dress 01205 358075 or I.T.S 137713.
Guests free. Arrive ready to learn, depart ready to earn! For only, please. Distributors £3, guests free. Everyone 29 July (26/8 23/9 21/10 18/11) Bristol Opportunity Meeting. Ship
further details, contact Gillian Nicholson 07808 763058. welcome! Host Craig White, contact 020 8626 9541. Inn (next to Premier Inn),Thornbury Road, Alveston,
7 Aug (4/9, 2/10, 6/11, 4/12) SED Success Seminar. The 8 July (5/8,2/9,30/9,28/10,25/11) Hemel Hempstead Business BRISTOL, BS35 3LL. 7.45pm start. Business dress please.
Grangemoor Hotel, St Michaels Road, Maidstone, KENT, Opportunity Meeting. Holiday Inn, Breakspear Way, Distributors £2 per head, guests free. Host: Andy Cooper,
ME16 8BS. Every month we have training from a guest HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, HP2 4AU. £3 per Distributor, ITS 124171.
Senior Executive Distributor or above (includes Business guests free. 7.30pm for 8pm start. Hosts: Rosina and 30 July (27/8, 24/9) West Monmouthshire Golf Club, Nantyglo,
Opportunity Presentation). 7.30pm start. £3 per Distributor. Frank Pocock, tel: 01442 256405. BLAENAU GWENT, NP234QT. Registration 7.45 - 7.55
Guests free. Hosts: Andy and Sue Boswell, 01634 323326, pm. Meeting start 8pm prompt. Business dress. £2 per
8 July (5/8,2/9,30/9,28/10,25/11) Business Opportunity Meeting,
email@example.com. distributor. Guests FREE. Raffle prize draw. Hosts
Field Hotel, Markfield, LEICESTER, LE67 9PS. £2 per
19 Oct (Sunday) The Business Building Seminar at the Blue person, guests free. 8pm start. Contact Adam and KerryAnne and John Watkins, tel: 07815 128169. ITS
Mountain Golf and Conference Centre, Wood Lane, Charlotte Wilford on 07999 226 907. Everyone welcome. 508435.
Binfield, RG42 4EX (Nr WOKINGHAM) Berks (just off Jct 30 July (every 4 weeks) Business Opportunity Meeting at
8 July (7/8, 4/9, 2/10,30/10,27/11) Worthing Opportunity Meeting,
10, M4). Everyone welcome. Start 11am (doors open Newtown, POWYS, SY16 1LH. 7.45 pm for an 8.00pm
The Pashley Suite, Shoreham Airport, Shoreham by Sea,
10am). Finish 4.30pm. Top line-up of guest speakers, start finishing at 9.00pm. £1 per Distributor - Guests Free.
WEST SUSSEX, BN43 5FF. £3 per person, includes one
including: Rob Forster (Platinum Premier), Craig White Everyone welcome Business dress only please. Contact
raffle ticket. Guests free. Chantele and Barry Travis.
(Premier), Geoff and Fiona Webb (Silver SED), Andy Roger Mantle 01686 628 423 or Wilf Parry 01691 777 232.
Boswell (Platinum SED) and Michael Khatkar (Head of 30 July (30/7, 27/8, 24/9, 22/10) West Monmouthshire Golf Club,
Network Development). Knowledge is King here on the 9 July (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Meeting at The
Holiday Inn, Brook Street, BRENTWOOD, CM14 5NF, J28 Nantyglo, BLAENAU GWENT, NP234QT. Registration 7.45
day. Book Raffle and catalogues to give away. £12 Per - 7.55 pm. Meeting start 8pm prompt (doors open 7pm).
Head, including a packed lunch. Details and bookings call - M25. 7.30 for 8pm start, Business Dress please. Guest
Speaker: Distributor of the Year, Craig White. Everyone Dress code Business/Smart. £2.00 per distributor. Guests
Peter Richards on 01249 821722 and book your place FREE. Raffle prize draw. Hosts KerryAnne and John
early, Limited seating, Advance bookings only. welcome. Hosts: Richard and Vanadis. Voicemail: 184496.
Watkins, tel: 07815 128169. ITS 508435.
firstname.lastname@example.org. 9 July (6/8,3/9,1/10,29/10,26/11) Open Opportunity Meeting at
The Summit Centre, Pavilion Road, Kirkby in Ashfield, 31 July (28/8,25/9,23/10,20/11,18/12) Leicester Business
Don’t miss this one....you decide! Opportunity Meeting, The Field Head Hotel, Markfield
NOTTINGHAM NG17 7LL, Jct. 27 or 28 of the M1. 8pm-
Lane, Markfield, LEICESTER, LE67 9PS.
OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND 9.30pm. £3 per distributorship, guests free. Parking
facilities available and good access for wheelchairs. Please http://www.thefieldhead.com. £3 per distributorship.
8 July (every four weeks) NEW VENUE Glasgow Opportunity support us in this new venture, which is important to us all Registration 7.30pm/7.45pm. Starts 8pm. For further
Meeting at the Quality Hotel, 99 Gordon Street, in building our businesses. Contact Mike and Margaret information, contact Andy and Sharon Bird on 0116 233
GLASGOW, next door to Glasgow Central Railway station. Drayton on 01623 722500. 0966.
8pm-9pm. Contact Lynn Macdonald at 9 July (second Wednesday of every month) The After Eight 31 July (28/8, 25/9, 23/10, 20/11, 18/12). Sussex Business
email@example.com or Tel: 01506 414456. Opportunity Meeting. Chobham Rugby Club, Fowlers Opportunity Meeting. The Halland Forge Hotel on A22,
15 July (every four weeks) Bathgate Business Opportunity Wells, Windsor Road, CHOBHAM, Surrey, GU24 8NA. Halland, SUSSEX, BN8 6PW. Fantastic training from guest
Meeting, Cairn Hotel, Blackburn Road, BATHGATE. 8pm- Doors open 8pm, 8.30pm start – 10pm. £2.50 per speakers. £2.50 per Distributor, guests free. 7.30pm for
9pm. Contact Lynn MacDonald at Distributor, guests free. Everyone welcome. Mike and 8pm prompt start. Business dress, please. Hosts: Judy
firstname.lastname@example.org. Amanda Bibby always in attendance. Bookstall and Sales and Gordon Seldon, Tel: 01903 893887.
16 July (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Meeting. Parkside Aids. Business dress please. Hosts: Vicky and Hugh Scott, 31 July (every last Thursday of the month) Business Opportunity
Hotel, PONTEFRACT, 1/2 mile Jct. 32 M62 toward tel 01483 473318, VikkiAScott@aol.com. Meeting. Tottenham Green Leisure, The Gold Room, first
Pontefract. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £2.50 per person, guests 14 July Hertfordshire Business Opportunity Meeting. Novotel floor, 1 Philip Lane, LONDON, N15 4JA. 7.30pm for 8pm
free. Hosts Graham and Georgina Long. Tel: 01757 Stevenage, Knebworth Park, Stevenage, start. Special guest speakers each month. £3 per
268830. ITS 119857. HERTFORDSHIRE SG1 2AX. 7.30pm-9.00pm. Doors distributorship, guests free. Everyone welcome. Contact
16 July (every 4 wks) North East Business Opportunity Meeting, open at 7pm. £3 per Distributorship, guests free. Bring Gary Diamond Dixon on 07973 712425 or ITS 113915.
Quality Hotel, Boldon Business Park, SUNDERLAND. NE5 your team and prospects. Event includes: Welcome, 6 Aug (first Wednesday of the month) Holsworthy Business
9PE. Easy Access from A19. Open meeting, everyone Opportunity, Testimonial, Recognition, Crazy Raffle and Opportunity Meeting, the Kings Arms, The Square,
welcome. 8.00pm START £2.50 per head. Guests free Multiple Training. Sizzle in the bar afterwards. Business Holsworthy DEVON. 7.30pm for 8pm. Dress smart/casual.
Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table Steve Geldard and dress, please. Hosts: Group Victory. Contact Mike Lunn All welcome. Contact Les and Betty Slade: ITS 529662 /
Cathy Brookes ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix ITS 514235. and Fiona Deans at email@example.com, ITS tel: 01288 381248 or Terry and Jane Hodges: ITS
19 July (four weekly) Business Opportunity and Training Meeting. 511705, Tel: 01438 229 480. Open meeting, everyone 437407/Tel: 01288 331706.
Best Western Hotel, High Street, BANCHORY, welcome. 7 Aug (first Thursday of the month) Business Opportunity
Aberdeenshire, AB31 5TD. 10am - 12pm. Everyone 16 July (20/8, 17/9, 15/10, 19/11, 10/12) Redruth Business Meeting. St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St Leonards,
welcome. £2 per distributor, guests free. Training and Opportunity Meeting. Tricky’s, Tolgus Mount, Redruth, RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm for 8pm
recognition for all the achievers in the room. Host: Paul CORNWALL, TR15 3TA. 7.45pm for 8pm start. Everyone start, £2.50 per person. Business dress please. Hosts Bob
Meikle. firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel 07720476189. welcome. Still only £2.50 per Distributorship, guests free. Dalton and Sue Marshall on 01425 480675 or ITS 119727.
21 July (every four weeks) Kilmarnock Opportunity Meeting, The Hosts David and Jenny Gerry. Contact on 01209 714067,
Park Hotel, Rugby Park, KILMARNOCK. 8pm-9pm. email@example.com, ITS 297533. REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Contact Jim and Jane White - 01324 570233 or ITS 16 July (13/8, 10/9, 8/10, 5/11, 3/12) Swindon Business 8 July (8/8, 9/9, 7/10, 4/11) Limerick Business Opportunity
114735. Opportunity Meeting, Campanile Hotel (formally the Ibis) Meeting, Woodfield House, Ennis Road, LIMERICK.
24 July (four weekly) Going for Gold. Ramada Jarvis Hotel, Ingram Delta Business Park, SWINDON, SN5 7XG. Everyone 9 July (6/8,10/9,8/10,5/11) Galway Business Opportunity Meeting,
St, GLASGOW, 7.30 for 8pm. Business dress please. All welcome. 8pm start please wear business dress £2.50 per Menlo Park Hotel, GALWAY.
welcome. £3 per distributor, guests free. Further info distributor Guests Free. Please contact Steve or Debra Nell 10 July (7/8,4/9,2/10,30/10,27/11) Business Opportunity Meeting.
contact Tom and Kate Forbes, 0141 626 0013, Andrew on 01793 887978. Cooney’s Hotel, Ballymahon, LONGFORD.
Walkinshaw 07915 063458, or Bob Park 0191 247 1821. 16 July (13/8, 10/9, 8/10, 5/11, 3/12) Business Opportunity 22 July (19/8, 16/9, 14/10, 11/11) Business Opportunity Meeting,
28 July (28/07,18/08,22/09, 20/10, 17/11) Business Opportunity Meeting. The Firs club, Firs Lane, FOLKESTONE, Kent, Quality Hotel, On New Ross Roundabout,
Meeting, Holiday Inn, Wood Lane, Runcorn, CT19 4QF, off junction 12 M20. 7:30 for 8:00pm prompt Wexford Town, WEXFORD.
MERSEYSIDE, WA7 3HA, Jct. 12 M56, 8pm start. £2.50 start. Business dress, please. Distributors £2, guests free.
29 July (19/8) Dublin Business Opportunity Meeting, Skylon Hotel,
per person. Guests free. Contact Mary and Harry Fullerton, Hosts Emma and Chris Shafe. Tel: 02083 389887
tel: 0151 4277108, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Voicemail: 164892.
28 July (01/09, 22/09, 20/10, 17/11, 08/12) Business Opportunity
Meeting, David Lloyd Leisure, Barton Embankment,
16 July (13/8, 10/9, 8/10, 5/11, 3/12) Somerset Business
Opportunity Meeting. The Bathpool Inn and Restaurant, THE NETHERLANDS
Trafford Park, MANCHESTER, M17 8RH. Doors open: Bathpool, TAUNTON, TA2 8BE. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £2 12 July Bastion Bastion (Best Western) Amsterdam Airport Hotel,
19.30 - 21.30, Everyone welcome/Guests Free, business per Distributorship, Guests free. Contact Chris and Jacqui Vuursteen 1, 2132 LZ, HOOFDDORP, Nederland
dress please, raffle. Contact Warren and Pam Sewell: 0161 Hill on ITS 237999, tel: 01458 841 046, email www.bastionhotel.nl/onzehotels/airport 12noon-2.00pm.
749 8863. SomersetBOM@TopRewards.co.uk or Gerald Longman on Free parking and free shuttle bus to and from the airport.
29 July (every four weeks) NEW VENUE Edinburgh Opportunity ITS 297398, tel: 01460 55614, email Email Rita Weyn & Frank Kamsteeg at
Meeting, Edinburgh Training Centre, 16 St. Mary’s Street, Gerald@Goldpot.uk.com. email@example.com.
EDINBURGH EH1 1SU. 8pm 9pm. Contact Lynn 17 July (14/8, 11/9, 9/10, 6/11, 4/12) Gloucester Business
MacDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org. Opportunity Meeting. Twigworth Lodge (Premier Travel Inn),
Tewkesbury Road, Twigworth, GLOUCESTER, GL2 9PG.
Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in
30 July (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Evening. The
Holiday Inn, Clifton Village, Brighouse, LEEDS, HD6 4HW. 7.45pm for 8pm start. £3 per distributorship, guests free. your area? Let us know, at email@example.com
8pm start. Business dress only, please. Distributors £3, Host: Mike Perkins, ITS 508802 firstname.lastname@example.org. and we will include them in our weekly meetings diary.
guests free. Everyone welcome! Host Craig White, contact 21 July (2nd Monday of each Period) Eltham Open
020 8626 9541. Evening/Opportunity Meeting at the Eltham Conservative DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY.
30 July (every 4 wks) Teeside Opportunity Meeting, Blue Bell Hotel, Club, 254 High Street, ELTHAM, London, SE9 1AA. Doors
Issue 27 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 6 – COMBINED
100,000 And Above Brian Harwood 39,913.74 Robert Webb & Dawne Kovan 17,663.74 Graham & Jennifer Shaw 10,764.10 Fiona Deans & Michael Lunn 8,385.48
Bob Park & Lynn Macdonald 2,347,263.45 Christopher & Louise Brown 39,827.03 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 17,490.64 David & Heather Herring 10,727.09 Helen & Andrew Walsh 8,375.54
Nasko Ratchev & Oksana Karachun 2,346,524.04 Roger & Barbara Green 39,751.50 Ann & John Coe 17,371.59 Carol & Ian Parker 10,677.70 Peter & Angela Abrahams 8,359.15
Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 2,308,230.86 Keith & Pauline Blythe 38,983.57 Angela & James Macleod 17,301.63 Terry & Margaret Farrell 10,666.99 Susan & Tony Cater 8,335.16
Bob Webb 1,225,260.97 Belinda Clarke 38,549.21 Colin Roy Scott-Smith 17,210.16 David & Judith Mccreath 10,646.87 Sharon & Steve Agnew 8,330.46
Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 1,026,480.97 Graham & Georgina Long 36,727.48 Sarah & Ivan Darch 17,184.65 Bernie & Barbara Klinger 10,631.20 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 8,321.66
Gillian Nicholson 962,829.01 Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 35,438.86 Jean-Marc Bordeau & Alexis Thorpe 17,169.31 Warwick & Christine Blakemore 10,588.02 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 8,319.11
Terry Carr 859,490.26 Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 35,184.20 Steve & Cathy Chambers 17,161.76 Peter & Cathy Legg 10,534.43 John & Lesley Mcnally 8,281.51
Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 859,344.32 Robert & Rosemary Annan 16,993.28 Susan Richards & Sarah Deakin 10,501.34 Lindsey & Stephen Bradbury 8,275.50
John & Audrey Gardiner 812,728.15 15,000 And Above Darren & Christina Simmons 16,963.13 Paul Bray 10,448.44 Sam & Patricia Thomas 8,275.50
Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 812,728.15 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 16,854.28 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 10,396.67 Richard & Raquel Brennan 8,269.18
Alison & Michael Ogden 34,177.22
Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 797,417.23 Isobel & James Orr 16,764.47 Philip & Alison Wimbles 10,361.22 Evan & Sally Tidman 8,267.55
Daniel & Ann Keeble 33,892.61
Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 656,333.57 Gary & Iris Dixon 16,673.32 Margaret Wright & Jacqui Whittingham 10,357.97 Barbara Geraghty & John Russell 8,236.21
Debbie & Trevor Collins 33,763.68
Margaret Moore 651,136.60 Harold & Minnie Fulton 16,651.60 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 10,328.98 Douglas & Theresa Hack 8,234.80
Keith & Patricia Phillips 33,734.92
Muriel & Tony Judson 611,972.53 John Smith 16,548.46 Nigel & Anne Moffett 10,296.69 Declan & Monica Manning 8,226.83
Su & Jas Bains 33,708.37
John & Jeanette Hawkes 599,731.30 William & Sharon Stevenson 16,548.19 Craig & Linda Lomas 10,293.13 Gary & Sandra Dodd 8,225.28
Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 33,540.41
Peter & Jackie White 451,819.65 Paul & John Meikle 16,503.62 Shirley Gowland & Josephine Davies 10,254.57 Negin & Michael Backhouse 8,219.77
Carol & Bruce Manktelow 33,533.61
Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 393,570.87 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 16,440.68 Suzanne & Richard Woolven 10,240.66 John & Denise Dawkes 8,197.60
Rhian & E Anthony Jones 33,484.24
Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 381,933.97 Neil & Susan Maclean 16,405.51 Iain & Jackie Swanston 10,210.06 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 8,191.23
Graham & Catherine Hyde 33,121.06
Mike & Amanda Bibby 355,665.13 Norah Bohan 16,401.09 Kelly & Steve Elliott 10,187.91 Emma & Richard O’toole 8,179.73
Gavin Heaton & Fiona Keane 33,049.52
Margaret & Roy Japp 334,583.17 Tony & Wendy Vallerine 16,302.69 Minesh Padhiar 10,169.99 Bevin Bhoyrul 8,167.54
David Pope & Stephanie Garrod 33,049.52
Terence & Jean Ash 328,466.68 Phil Curtis 16,217.91 Nicola Poor & Lewis Griffiths 10,167.00 Bena & Mahesh Chauhan 8,160.85
Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 32,670.89
Gary & Esther Watson 325,915.22 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 16,191.60 Jon Turner 10,166.70 James & Janice Walkinshaw 8,144.44
Joseph O’donnell 32,586.94
John & Steven Sharp 274,080.98 Mark James 16,155.60 Michael Prior 10,162.37 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 8,134.93
Debbie Gee 32,345.62
Hazel & John Noble Stephen 266,554.23 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 16,141.72 Karen Bradley & Antonio Alonso 10,122.77 Rebecca Nisbet-Forster & Matthew Forster 8,127.60
John Webb & Kathryn Price 32,196.54
Philip & Jean Warrington 203,797.85 Keith Sandland 16,023.04 Christine & Con Browning 10,117.71 Norman & Jean Spurrell 8,110.24
Sharon & Andrew Bird 31,723.69
Robert Gibbons 195,150.68 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 15,891.22 Omran Zaman 10,104.16 Linda Wood 8,110.24
Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 31,196.72
Derek & Eileen Wagstaff 189,267.21 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 15,772.00 Marion & Anthony Homer 10,029.01 Ian Wakefield 8,096.99
Caroline & Philip Thompson 31,166.59
Claire & Peter Rea 181,960.26 Kenneth Rooney & Karen Jordan 15,687.40 David Herridge 8,096.40
Lesley Burroughs 31,124.68
Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 173,680.73 Timothy Murphy 15,597.61 7,500 And Above Elizabeth & Grant Gilmour 8,096.40
John & Sophia Clements 31,094.96
John & Nancy Mckie 172,072.34 Keith & Teresa Faulkner 15,400.03 John & Jenny Caton 8,091.55
Abigail Colclough 31,072.78 Caroline & Mark Sellars 9,980.92
Gordon & Judy Seldon 167,532.33 Kerry & Paul Stonall 15,211.28 Stephen & Elaine Blay 8,085.04
Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 31,047.63 Cormie Marshall & Gwen Drysdale 9,955.34
David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 165,482.62 Heidi & Ron Body 15,002.21 Lesley Taylor & John Jones 8,083.17
Stephen Clark 31,005.81 Lynne & Neil Smith 9,886.33
Keith & Vie Robertson 159,490.69 Danny & Josephine Parr 8,052.03
Michael & Sandra Laydon 31,002.64 Sarah Sancho 9,884.95
Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 152,267.46 10,000 And Above Maryan & Don Nicolson 8,048.56
Denise & Stephen Neal 30,670.61 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 9,855.23
Tony & Katharine Briffa 151,362.03 Emma Colley 7,987.49
Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 30,643.08 Denys & Laura Harris 14,977.62 William & Jane Warrington 9,836.06
Craig & Magdalena White 146,339.33 Julie & Colin Bullivant 7,979.77
Chantele & Barry Travis 30,542.45 June & David Love 14,877.58 David & Jenny Gerry 9,815.20
Judy Jodrell 146,023.51 Elizabeth & Ian Hyams 7,978.32
Derrick & Maria Longwright 30,245.98 Jen & Garry Luke 14,774.23 Linda & Ian Stanley 9,769.09
Michael & Jean Day 134,214.35 Alison Bareham 7,978.32
Richard & Clare Chantler 29,791.85 Roger & Simon Mantle 14,758.04 Paul Smith & Angela Solomon 9,766.18
Robert & Mary Higgins 131,728.20 Suzanne Yarwood & Daniel Hibbert 7,972.66
Steven Clements 29,675.82 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 14,721.94 Michael Godwin 9,756.71
Mark & Delfina Prosser 127,526.83 David & Gail Slee 7,963.56
Angela & Stephen Burchell 29,675.82 Richard & Judy Taylor 14,555.33 Michele & Henry Moss 9,747.16
Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 126,909.80 Kathleen & Dominic Carolan 7,955.08
Linda & Tony Gower 29,643.01 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 14,383.68 Henry & Diana Crosby 9,740.74
Victor & Una Brown 120,675.27 Janet & Roger Bowen 7,954.95
Gill & Tim Evans 29,629.76 David Byatt & Janet Smith 14,369.73 Seamus & Clare Houghton 9,712.63
Trevor Mitchell 120,151.75 Nigel Le Long 7,944.17
Melanie & Andrew Wilson 29,259.76 John & Kath Clease 14,336.80 Chris & Nicky Evans 9,706.10
Stephen Geldard & Catherine Brookes 119,399.61 Claire Mcgregor & Mac Mcgregor 7,942.83
Tom & Bernadette Hingley 28,821.98 David Belcher 14,197.14 Margaret & Michael Drayton 9,675.31
Jill Corlett 115,338.73 Garrett & Nicola Oshea 7,929.31
Conor Treanor & Linda Jameson 28,780.47 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 14,195.21 Martin Douglass & Jane Rollings 9,641.10
Michael John & Susan Pirie 112,551.91 Sheelagh & Brian Carter 7,921.76
Tracy & David Sheehan 28,658.62 Martyn Cunningham 14,081.23 Mark & Adele Gallacher 9,629.30
John & Anne Donaldson 112,223.86 Sheila & Nigel Fowler 7,917.61
Stuart & Gail Mckibbin 28,367.36 Diane & Geoff Owen 14,074.41 Marsha Barras & Nigel Nattress 9,541.03
Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 110,065.25 David & Lynn Bole 7,903.40
Paul Flintoft 27,523.38 Wendy Fielding 14,063.66 Ian Clarke 9,536.93
Sylvia & Jack Hood 107,644.35 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 7,898.34
Robert Gould 27,512.83 Robert Clifton 14,009.50 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 9,532.02
John & Christine Prosser 106,252.30 Fay & Andrew Roe 7,886.53
Gerwyn Duggan 27,512.83 Elaine & Martin Spafford 14,005.08 Ian & Elisabeth Aitchison 9,526.04
Catherine & Andrew Barraclough 7,884.55
Kodwo Anderson 27,247.81 Richard & Helen Peuleve 13,983.17 Laura Thorpe & Les Ward 9,519.97
Victoria & Matthew Lawrence 7,884.47
35,000 And Above Keith & Veronica King 27,247.81 Tavis Taylor 13,781.06 Angela & Robert Clark 9,513.59
Sarah De Costobadie & Mark Wilson 7,859.09
Anthony Greeves 99,168.07 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 27,171.94 Martina & James Mcgrath 13,694.61 Mike & Anne Airey 9,487.01
Tracey & Craig Holmes 7,859.09
Carole & Benny Morris 97,669.73 Terry & Jane Hodge 26,836.74 Nick Newham 13,671.14 Rita & Peter Noble 9,478.92
Alexander & Valerie Mciver 7,852.59
Geoff & Fiona Webb 96,569.79 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 26,786.03 Bev & Dave Townsend 13,562.71 Kevin Howe & Leah Harper 9,441.83
George & Carol Murray 7,832.25
Andy & Carolyn Cooper 95,671.67 Sunil Popat 26,622.02 Patrick & Helen Loftus 13,494.56 Adrian Fisher 9,414.90
Andrew & Lucinda Bates 7,813.75
Mel & Irene Wilson 92,874.35 Cheryl & David Amison 26,622.02 Kevin Rider & Wendy Preston 13,429.65 David Nutley & Marie Andrews 9,414.90
Debra & Andrew Cowton 7,811.34
Martin & Yvonne Boyce 92,285.20 Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 26,278.02 Rosie Ward & Jack Kerbel 13,349.72 Lyn & Tony Davies 9,407.14
Niall & Eileen Mckenna 7,800.85
Sue & Claire Ferguson 91,826.93 Toby Acton & Donna Gold 26,150.31 Barbara Margaret Webb 13,345.45 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 9,403.58
Stewart & Emma Cook 7,797.60
Nuala & Martin Mcdonald 89,633.01 David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 26,119.01 Bob & Diane Goulding 13,198.33 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 9,403.58
David & Elaine Luke 7,797.25
Declan O’neill 82,768.80 Gordan & Patrick Davidson 25,963.93 Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks 12,988.22 Barry & Nina Mitchell 9,361.57
David & Heather Flannagan 7,784.47
Heather & James O'neil 82,337.48 Allan Ledwidge 25,770.70 Markus Klötzer & Petra Romoser 12,978.69 Nick Oakley 9,356.90
Katie & Mark Johnson 7,783.02
Sue & Geoffrey Burras 81,170.94 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 25,750.28 Heather Brown 12,945.29 Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts 9,355.44
Debra Pusey 7,777.64
Justin & Olivera Toner 81,016.34 John & Janice Halsall 25,739.54 Bill & Joyce Rowe 12,941.11 Michael Amor-Wilkes 9,334.17
Paul & Gosia Hammond 7,774.17
Dave & Susie Horton 78,210.98 Maria Monaghan & Shane Treanor 25,724.54 Sarah Jenkins 12,941.11 Jerome Hadley & Marissa Gigg 9,283.15
Richard Howe 7,759.87
Malcolm Ashmore 78,038.05 Dawn & Bruce Marsden 25,199.04 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 12,913.56 Lynne Flaxman 9,277.77
Seyed Ali Sajjadi 7,759.86
Adele & Jaime De Caso 78,038.05 Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 25,122.56 Leslie & Moira Harris 12,911.96 Edward & Susan Booth 9,237.96
Ben Warrington 7,753.49
Julie Collier & Peter Richards 78,026.87 Peter & Sheryl Dutton 24,598.11 Angel & Stuart Hill 12,911.96 Linda & Graeme Kirkwood 9,173.95
Elizabeth & Keith Tomlinson 7,753.03
Angela & Norman Campbell 75,793.62 John & Karina Beesley 24,238.56 Donna & Charles Warr 12,721.46 Paul & Andrea Towler 9,146.60
Rhys & Susan Williams 7,750.98
Marcell & Joanne Treanor 75,135.42 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 24,075.16 Frederick & Karen Mason 12,703.82 Karen & Lee 9,146.50
Kate Lee 7,743.62
Stephani & Bill Neville 74,852.50 Alf & Carol Bell 23,911.63 Mary Hession 12,654.45 Ray & Cathy Powell 9,107.08
Robert Young & Clare Mears 7,735.50
Gaynor Morgan 74,142.45 Gareth & Gil Duffy 23,664.03 Michael & Janet Wallace 12,596.58 Terry Card 9,105.85
Peter & Caren Neesham 7,733.26
David & Rosie Bibby 71,691.28 Vanadis Fox & Richard Houseago 23,655.21 Christine & Jim Foster 12,583.12 Anita Morris 9,104.10
Peter & Jean Monroe 7,716.81
John & Wendy English 71,035.73 Brian & Gay Redstone 23,429.37 Kevin Sands 12,519.60 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 9,103.72
Brian & Caroline Tetmajeris 7,716.09
Lauren & Peter Jackson 70,121.24 Carole & Peter Bristow 23,143.25 Elaine Fenwick 12,396.68 Peter Savidge 9,061.54
Richard Tibbetts & Suzanne Pilcher 7,708.57
Susan & David Darton 68,384.36 Nicola & Jerome Neville 23,143.25 James Dale & Claire Daniels 12,381.42 Tracey & Roger Payne 9,060.29
Bentley & Catherine Knight 7,702.92
Ramon & Sylvia Laing 66,558.25 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin 22,757.61 Patricia Fisher 12,363.36 Antony & Aileen Gunn 9,055.72
Emma & Chris Shafe 7,700.67
Steve & Debbie Roper 66,063.64 Trish Falconer & Lee Fisher 22,571.42 Lesley & Gordon Whittington 12,361.99 Andrew Nicoll & Danielle Young 9,006.19
Karen Lewis 7,697.58
John & Jenny Holden 66,061.19 Tineke Lootsma-Wiegman & Andrew Medlam 12,329.09 Lesley Brown & Mark Veidman 8,981.71
Alan & Barbara Rea 7,695.77
Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 64,563.37 Uilke Lootsma 22,571.42 Ellen & Sean Friedberg 12,241.77 Adrian & Margaret Lynch 8,970.88
Michael & Nancy Parnis 7,692.68
Andrew & Sue Boswell 61,306.31 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 22,387.24 David Potter 12,192.23 Gail & Darren Drew 8,969.75
Sharon Bullock & David Taylor 7,690.81
Lindsay Gonsalves & Danny Young 60,119.00 Doug & Sandra Roper 22,362.54 Steven Mee & Jaqueline Mullings 12,120.15 Gavin & Trish Conway 8,969.23
Trevor & Janet Rawding 7,685.84
Karen & Neil Young 60,074.19 Clare & Martin Whitelock 22,157.81 Mick & Kate Glover 12,044.37 Sarah Trim 8,967.62
Suzanne Jane & Robin Colbourne 7,680.85
Rosina & Frank Pocock 59,933.58 Andrew & Cheryl Williams 22,075.45 Louise Puttick 11,996.70 Chaitali & Ajit Nath 8,936.12
Andy & Linda Goddard 7,680.67
Gene De Donatis & Janet Tynan 59,504.47 Nichola & David Walmsley 22,039.24 Brian & Diane Holmwood 11,974.13 Linda & Steve Tinkler 8,930.61
Scott & Gwen Thomson 7,680.35
Eamonn & Anne Roe 59,372.99 Colin & Charlene Sadler 21,920.26 Susan Hook 11,937.06 Kulwant & Mandeep Kalon 8,920.76
Robert & Pauline Cook 7,674.92
Mike & Dawn Gough 59,194.98 Amanda & Andrew Holland 21,915.81 Bill Caddy 11,771.27 Pierce & Janet Hartley 8,909.54
Patricia & Dennis Corser 7,672.38
Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 58,492.54 Harry Hancock 21,899.01 Sammy & Kenza Linton 11,626.64 Michael & Julia Tolton 8,836.64
Michael & Mercy Radbourne 7,665.58
David & Samantha Branch 57,458.49 Terry & Sid Drew 21,801.24 Sally Print & Darren Phipps 11,572.10 Deborah Morgan 8,827.48
Ian & Deborah Wightmore 7,664.46
Stephen & Debra Nell 55,184.93 Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 21,722.41 Stephen & Joyce Milne 11,567.21 Rod & Mairi Marshall 8,773.28
Alex & Kathleen Langler 7,662.78
Glenn & Caroline Royston 55,001.30 Brian Manchester 21,610.84 Christopher Conroy 11,563.61 Sadie O’boyle 8,766.51
Helen & Mark Holmes 7,661.39
Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 53,356.70 Jack Kirby & Chantelle Molloy 21,405.09 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 11,563.61 Jane Avery 8,748.83
Simon Luckett & Cristina Simoes 7,654.93
Alan Meldrum 52,627.45 Seph O’connell & Sarah Watson 21,155.86 Claire & Paul Howells 11,544.58 Adrian & Tracy Smith 8,742.18
Georgina & Phil Gale 7,654.34
James Curtis 50,998.86 Karim & Juliet Karmali 21,131.90 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 11,433.29 Sharon & Craig Davis 8,717.44
Ann & Robert Campbell 7,650.78
Julie & Anthony Cornick 50,598.82 Warren & Pamela Sewell 21,063.97 Darryl Allen 11,433.29 Mark Irons 8,707.86
Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore 7,633.12
Jane & John Dunkerley 49,757.95 Andrew Ridley 21,025.77 Sandra Brown 11,433.29 Robert & Jennifer Radbourne 8,703.06
Ann Payne & Shaun Sullivan 7,630.84
Deborah & Allan Dewar 48,993.89 Gareth & Jeanette Jones 20,196.84 Vicki & Ian Chatham 11,416.77 Dario & Joan Michelini 8,699.09
Willie Louw 7,627.78
Jay Singh 47,816.32 Alison & Kevin Thomas 20,153.54 Elizabeth & George Kerr 11,354.05 Kira Mckibbin & Andrew Thomas 8,683.48
Mavis & Alan Lawson 7,627.13
Helen Brooks 47,623.21 Karen & Steven Glew 19,889.83 Amraj Khan 11,352.98 Jonathan Donno 8,659.44
Christina & Rob Cann 7,623.88
Stanley & Roy Stewart 46,432.76 Gloria & Clive Davies 19,778.26 James & Jane White 11,340.65 David & Deborah Lord 8,625.93
Lorraine & Mark Collins 7,606.76
Steven Curtis & Sarah Kellow 46,101.88 Sean & Alexandra Tuesley 19,683.37 Paul & Carolyn Blaxall 11,339.00 Tim & Freda Drinkwater 8,625.93
Gerard Coste 7,606.41
Gill & Donato Sepe 45,526.42 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 19,571.64 Karen Olivant & Peter Flitton 11,322.36 Ann Searle & Philip Linsey 8,615.94
Janet & Andrew Mitchell 7,604.90
Ron & Judy Speirs 45,123.71 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 19,512.80 Jim & Vicky Smith 11,271.95 Tom & Kathryn Forbes 8,612.93
Gareth & Tracey Davies 7,598.22
Michelle Kennedy 45,049.96 Raymond & Barbara Mann 19,398.67 Valerie & Tony Montero 11,189.49 Cath & John Wilkinson 8,598.64
Timothy & Tina Pace 7,594.95
Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 44,430.68 Christine & Ian Brennan 19,369.74 Bernadette Murray 11,158.60 Ian & Anita Saville 8,593.00
Jayne Clarkson & Philippa Menzer 7,586.12
Craig & Mary Hawkes 43,043.05 Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 19,344.12 Colin & Gillian Campbell 11,103.36 Julie & Jon Windress 8,584.91
Jasbir Kaur 7,580.88
Peter & Myrna Wellock 43,022.20 Amy Warrington 19,284.07 Brian & Grainne Quigley 11,092.05 Claire Mires 8,537.72
Jo Bonner 7,578.55
Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva 42,357.86 Robert Wellock 18,758.68 Jennifer & Paul Jacobs 11,046.62 Peter Gallant & Claire Mckay 8,514.51
Stefan & Samantha Frienling 7,575.03
Eve & Norman Branch 42,357.86 Cindy & David Brown 18,758.68 Mark & Sarah Wildman 11,036.65 Tony Henshall & Sarah Whittall 8,504.87
Jeanette & Roy Bonella 7,574.63
Andrew & Ann Meldrum 41,562.13 Pamela Jarvis 18,668.94 Ian & Lorraine Barnfield 10,988.27 Ian & Elizabeth Campbell 8,500.52
Paul & Anna Scott 7,565.49
Helen & Paul Allgood 41,448.85 Roselyn & Gavin Thomson 18,459.26 Terry Hayden & Charles Napier 10,981.49 Lesley & Keith Ridden 8,497.45
Peter French & Louise Egan 7,531.71
Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 41,311.39 Clive & Pamela Lennard 18,414.40 Allan & Eileen Gonsalves 10,981.49 Jackie & Paul West-Hook 8,491.47
Ian & Pauline Pilkington 7,522.66
Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 41,025.15 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 18,311.13 Tsahai & Jake Ellington 10,925.65 Tim Sandom 8,473.30
David Ward & Sarah Powney 7,521.01
Ram & Joginder Singh 40,412.53 Andrew Platten & Tracie Lowndes 18,221.92 Catherine & Stephen Lord 10,912.65 Jan & Jim Williams 8,447.15
Paul Holroyd 7,504.77
Chris & Julia Norton 40,405.45 Caroline & Simon Harvey 18,154.79 John & Mary Marsh 10,858.93 Richard Roberts 8,441.00
Rosemary & Christopher Day 17,952.29 Linda Charles 10,799.81 Neil & Sue Mawston 8,385.48
ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 27
ARE YOU READY FOR
As announced at the Summer Sales Conference to much applause last month, from 21 July Kleeneze will have Online
Registration! It’s a massive step forward for the business, but as with any change, there can be questions, so EWB has set out to
find out what this Online Registration is really all about and how it will affect you.
WHY ARE WE CHANGING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS? HOW WILL IT BENEFIT MY BUSINESS?
Put simply, this is because of PCI Compliance. PCI stands for Payment There are lots of benefits, but most importantly, Online Registration
Card Industry data security standard and was developed by the major means that your new starters can have same-day, automated set-up! It
credit card companies as a guideline to help organisations that process also means no more lost forms or photos and less chance of mistakes!
card payments to prevent credit card fraud and various other security Plus, all Starter Kits will be sent out the next working day from the
vulnerabilities and threats. However, in order to comply with this, all time the account is activated.
payments now have to be made directly to Kleeneze.
HOW DO I USE ONLINE REGISTRATION?
WHAT IS ONLINE REGISTRATION? It’s really simple! All you have to do is log onto the Distributor Support
Online Registration is actually a simpler, Arena at www.kleeneze.co.uk and select Internet Ordering System.
faster way to help get your prospects get From there, you’ll be taken to a welcome screen that has
their business up and running. Payment will straightforward directions to help you complete the form.
need to be made direct to Kleeneze and the
Distributor Agreement Form and Credit WHAT IF I / MY PROSPECT DOES NOT HAVE INTERNET ACCESS/
Agreement form will be processed at the PERSONAL DEBIT OR CREDIT CARD?
same time. The Agreement Form has been Don’t worry – you can still use paper registration. There is a slight
updated, but the old forms are still valid. change to the process, so full step-by-step instructions will be issued
You must be Internet registered in order to next week.
sign someone up online and when
registering online, you must ensure your prospect has a valid email So that’s it! It’s now even simpler,
address and a debit or credit card. The payment can only be accepted more straightforward and faster
through a debit or credit card and any subsequent refund will be to set-up your business!
made to the card holder.
NEXT WEEK, WE WILL ISSUE FULL STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO ACCESS ONLINE REGISTRATION
TUMBLED ONTO SOMETHING?“I have a product tip for any customers who “One of my customers bought the
use the Tumble Dryer Sheets [code 040100- travel sickness wristbands [code
22, page 40 of the Main Book]. When you 069299-26, page 38 of Health &
have used the sheets and removed them from Beauty] for her daughter, who is
your dryer you can use them to help protect pregnant and suffering terribly from
your shoes by stuffing as many as you need morning sickness. She bought a pair
into the toes of your shoes. This helps to of the bands for her and is extremely
protect them in two ways; firstly it helps to impressed with the result; they really
keep their shape, secondly it keeps them are helping her with her morning
smelling fresh.” sickness. Also, she was delighted to
Wayne and Sarah Marshall, have paid half the cost of those being
Silver Distributors sold on the High Street! Another Kleeneze bargain!”
Jean Shotton, Silver Distributor
MARKING 85 YEARS OF BUSINESS SUCCESS
We’re halfway through our Anniversary year and the celebrations of success continue. As Kleeneze turned 85 this year, a fantastic incentive
was launched to mark over eight thriving decades of business, by rewarding the 85th person to join up each month a full refund on their
June’s lucky new Distributor is Elizabeth Rogerson (sponsored by Senior Distributors Linda and Barry Mason).
Congratulations on joining a winning team.
04.07.08 Issue 27 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN