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Kleeneze distributors go door-to-door delivering and picking up catalogues from households, taking orders and then dropping off their customers’ products. They earn money for every order placed and can also build a team of fellow distributors to further boost their earnings. For Free info pack at http://www.mykleeneze.co.uk/raymondwhittaker

The catalogues feature over 2,000 products ranging from everyday essentials to innovations that you never knew you needed.

Kleeneze has over 12,000 distributors across the UK, Ireland and parts of Europe. The company estimates that its distributors visit 2.5 million homes every month, delivering over 10 million catalogues and generating over half a million orders.

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  1. 1. BULLETIN 11.02.11 Issue 06KLEENEZE TOUR HITS DUBLIN Andy Boswell Laura Cleland Fiona Webb Geoff Webb Philip Lewis Craig White“What an awesome meeting I’m still buzzing! You’ve just got me back With training from new Distributor of the Year, Craig White;out of the pits and I’m ready to rock again! Let’s get back to basics Silver Senior Executive Distributors, Geoff and Fiona Webb;and get this show on the road. Yesterday is history and every day is a and Platinum Senior Executive Distributor, Andy Boswell thepresent. See you all at the top. Keep me and my team some seats, as room was buzzing with Distributors eager to take the informationwe’re going to need them…” Brian Mooney and Sharon Treanor, from the day and plunge it back into their businesses.Senior Executive Distributors Testimonials came from up-and-coming successes, Laura Cleland and This was just the tip of Philip Lewis (both Gold Distributors). the iceberg when it came Managing Director, Jamie Stewart also flew over for the event to to feedback on our first speak about the success the business is already seeing in just over one Kleeneze LIVE! tour date month into 2011. Speaking to various people in the audience, he in Dublin on Saturday 5 found that the Break Free option is also gathering momentum in February. It certainly went Ireland. So he had some great news to make it even better; as the to show that these are majority of Ireland use laser cards, which our online registration system events that are not to be won’t accept, we’ve removed the 1 cent security check charge formissed. If your business is going well, gatherings such as these can Break Free new starters!give you the forum to shout about it, share your tips and mingle withothers who are on the same path. Likewise, if you think your business “Kleeneze Live Dublin was the best practical ‘what do I do now?’needs propelling forward, training I have ever attended. If you missed out, watch it now onthen Kleeneze LIVE! is the place where you will find the tools to do Kleeneze LIVE!” Stanley Sewart, Gold Seniorjust that. Executive Distributor.“Thanks Kleeneze for putting on a fantastic event YET AGAIN! We You heard the man! Log on now to www.kleenezelive.co.uk to seewere really privileged to have another Kleeneze LIVE! in Dublin. It was the video from the day. All the PowerPoint trainings and photos area top class event with top class training from Kleeneze’s best. Every now up on the DSA too.guest and distributor I talked with took a lot from it. Many thanks To book for the next Kleeneze LIVE! event in Warwick,again,” Vinny Tsoi and Lorraine Lawlor, Gold Distributors use code 02054. IMPORTANT NEWS ABOUT NEW YORK INSIDE! SEE PAGE 2 FOR DETAILS 560-068-02
  2. 2. GIVING THEM A BREAK“With two children in college, and an ‘empty nest’ facing me at home,I decided to give the Kleeneze opportunity a try. “We joined Kleeneze on Monday 10 January on Break Free. As soon as we had signed up, we wereI told myself that this was an opportunity to brush up on my dormant looking forward to putting theretail sales skills, and make some ‘rainy - day’ money. I joined under catalogues out there.the Break Free system, and have been astonished by the positiveresponse of my new customers. I have to admit I thoroughly enjoy The first thing that we did onceinteracting with people and I find Kleeneze a marvellous opportunity we got out there was to knockto widen my circle of acquaintances. on the customers’ doors and ask them if they have a KleenezeMy sponsor has given me marvellous support, and the Business distributor in the area. If they said no,Manuals really simplify the business. By presenting the catalogues in we would tell them that we were now in theperson, and following the guidelines in the High Performance Retail area and would it be ok if we could leave the catalogue for them toHabits book, many people are prepared to listen and accept the have a look through. We told them that we would be back the nextcatalogue. After all, the goods sell themselves! day to get the books.With some more hard work I hope to establish a healthy customer It’s quickly becoming the best thing that my husband and I have everbase in my area, and look forward to a very fruitful relationship with done. We’re enjoying every moment of it.”my customers and Kleeneze.” Andrew and Rhainnon RainbowAnne Lowney[Anne retailed £540 in nine days with her five catalogues, Keep sending in your Break Free testimonials.meaning she’s already qualified for her 25 catalogues, ewb@kleeneze.co.uk Don’t forget to include a photo!personalised website and EzeReach]NEW YORK QUALIFICATION CRITERIA UPDATE Anyone can qualify for New York! If you’ve However, to make it easier for our 2011 only recently joined the business, you’re still in starters, you still must do the minimum of a great position to qualify. In fact, you’ll have £2500 retail and have eight activations, BUT prospects out there, who haven’t even joined you can do this at any time over the course of yet, that will be able to join us on this the qualification. The Period 3 deadline does amazing destination. not apply.” To help our new 2011 starters, the So, if you join in 2011, you must: qualification requirements have been • Do a minimum of £2,500 retail by the amended to ensure everyone has the best end of Period 9, 2011 possible chance of qualifying for a trip of • Have a minimum of EIGHT activations, a lifetime. with a minimum of 250BP each (if online We spoke to Director of Network these can be placed anywhere in the Development, Michael Khatkar about the downline, manual registrations need to amended criteria: be frontline) “Currently, the requirements for qualification If you have any questions about the state that you must do a minimum of £2,500 amendments to the qualification criteria, retail over the qualification period and half of please contact Michael directly at that (£1,250) needs to be completed by the michael.khatkar@kleeneze.co.uk. end of Period 3. You must also have a minimum of eight activations, each doing Want to be a part of it? 250BP or more and four of these must also Well, it’s up to you!!! be completed by the end of Period 3. 11.02.11 Issue 06 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  3. 3. EWB SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIAL…DON’T BE AFRAID OF PULL OUTSOCIAL MEDIA…YOUR AND KEEPPROSPECTS AREN’T! YOU NEED TO READ THIS!!!We know the prospect of taking your business online can be overwhelming. In the past few months, we’ve lost count of the amount of peoplewho have said to us: “I’d like to use social media to help my business, but I just don’t know where to start.” However, some of these are thesame people who use social media all the time – Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, they’re all forms of social media.We’re not going to kid you that social media is an instant results tool that will transform your team-building and customer base immediately. Ittakes time to establish your reputation on the net and build your social network. However, it is becoming increasingly important for smallbusinesses like yours to create a presence on the Internet. So let’s take it one step at a time…WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA?Regular media is typically a one-way street. You can read a newspaper or listen to a report on television, but there is a limited ability to giveyour thoughts on the matter in a public way.Social media, on the other hand, is a two-way street that gives you the ability to communicate too. You can share content, personal opinions,swap different perspectives and insights into current issues and so on.Social networking is a large internet conversation that’s happening now. Do you not want to be part of that conversation?WHY SHOULD I USE IT?Social Networking is riding quite a wave at this point in time. There are more than 26 million users of Facebook in the UK and 3.5 million usersof Twitter. YouTube sees around 48.2 million users visit its site regularly, while LinkedIn has approximately 4 million users in the UK.These users are your customers, your prospects and people who are going to see your business and spread the word.By using a social networking site, you are inviting others to find out more and to trust you and your brand. You will becoming into contact with everyone – from those who are looking for the ultimate way to poach an egg to others who havelost their jobs and need a way to pay their bills and fast! The potential for social networking for Kleeneze is huge. “Today’s technology has made growing your business far easier than it was when we first started. The Internet now makes it possible to stay in touch with your prospects without the cost of printing and postage and the majority of methods are free. Don’t worry if you’ve never used any of these systems before. When I first tried them, I was surprised how easy they were to use.” Gavin Scott, Silver Premier Executive DistributorWHAT DIFFERENT FORMS DOES IT COME IN AND WHICH ONE IS THE BEST FOR MY BUSINESS?Twitter and Facebook continue to be two of the best social media platforms to share your updates, primarily because they have the largestnumber of users. However, YouTube is fantastic for getting the word out there (type in ‘how to kill moles’ and see how many hits Gavin Scott’svideo has!).And blogs, Flickr and LinkedIn are all popular ways of sharing your thoughts, pictures and solutions too.It’s up to you which area you concentrate on and over time, as your confidence grows, you’ll probably find yourself using more than one.However, for the basics, we’ll be focussing on Facebook and Twitter.EWB SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIAL…ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 06 11.02.11
  4. 4. EWB SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIAL… EWHOW DO I GET STARTED? 3. Find your friendsOut of all of the social networking sites, Facebook is possibly the When you first start using Facebook, you will be asked if youeasiest to use and where you’ll find the majority of your warm list. want Facebook to invite your friends. If you want it to, it canSo, let’s get started! automatically access your email contact list and invite all those on there to become your friend on Facebook. Alternatively, you1. Set up your Facebook profile. can manually search for them using the search tool at the top of Visit www.facebook.com and fill in your details in the the page. ‘sign in’ section. 4. Become a fan of Kleeneze As of last month, Kleeneze HQ started its own fan page and now has over 1,200 fans. On here you will find communication from HQ, inspiration from other fans of the page, new Kleeneze products, photos and videos of events and lots more. To become a fan, search for Kleeneze. Once you’ve found the page, click the ‘like’ button. Every time our page is updated, you’ll be informed on the News feed (a constantly updated list of stories from people and pages that you follow on Facebook, which runs down the centre column of your home page) of your Facebook page. 5. Share the love! Get involved in the Shar e Friends page. If there’s Kleeneze Share something that H.Q You Friends2. Edit your profile. Share you think your Friends Add a picture of yourself, so people can instantly recognise you. friends on Fill in your education, previous workplaces etc – anything that Facebook would be interested in (new products, Destination makes it easy for your friends to find you. videos, event information, latest promotions and competitions), click the ‘share’ button and it will be visible to all of your friends on Facebook. Otherwise, use it to keep yourself and others motivated. Comment on the posts, share your tips, make friends and generally become part of our great Kleeneze community. Get involved in the page. If there’s something that you think your friends on Facebook would be interested in, click the ‘share’ button and it will be visible to all of your friends on FacebookEWB SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIAL… EW 11.02.11 Issue 06 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  5. 5. WB SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIAL… EWB Twitter is a different kettle of fish to Facebook. It’s an instantaneous sharing of ideas and a quick way to get information out and answers back in. The service allows you to follow people and be followed by people. The people you follow will form your network and their updates will appear on your Twitter homepage. The people who follow you have chosen to have you in their network and see your updates. However, you don’t need to follow everyone who follows you. 1. Set up your Twitter profile Visit www.twitter.com and click on the sign up button. You’ll be taken to a screen that will ask you for your details such as the username you want and your password. Pick a username that will be easy for people to find you under. Each time you find someone you want to follow take a look at who they are following. Add anyone who you want in your network. 3. Start tweeting! Your tweets go in the box under the question ‘What are you doing?’ and it must be 140 characters or less. If you want to reply to something that someone in your network has said, put the @ symbol before their name and it will direct your message straight to them. For instance if EWB has asked what your tip for New York is, you would put something like: @KlzEWB I’m watching the New York DVD every day. On Twitter.com, a reply button will be visible when you hold your cursor over a message. Clicking this will add the @ automatically. If someone has said something that you’d like all your followers 2. Find your friends to see, you can ‘re-tweet it’. Again, if you hover your cursor over Exactly as Facebook does, Twitter can (only if you wish it to) the message, the retweet option will appear. Alternatively, you can access your email contact list and invite everyone in it to follow write RT before the username and others will know that you you on Twitter. are retweeting. In order to add more friends, use the ‘find people’ tab at the top 4. Posting links of your page. From HQ, you can follow the likes of EWB (KlzEWB), Michael Khatkar (Michael_Khatkar), Jamie Stewart Sometimes, you’ll want your followers to visit a particular article (MrJamie_Stewart), Lloyd Brown (lloydwbrown) and our (ie, A piece on soaring redundancy figures on the BBC, a new Kleeneze New York blog (KleenezeNYC2011). blog on the New York website or even your own website where appropriate). For this, you may need to shorten the link to keep It’s not just us humble mortals that are on there either. You can within your 140-character limit. Visit a site such as tinyurl follow everyone from Sir Alan Sugar to Sesame Street; from http://tinyurl.com or btyurl http://bit.ly, paste in your link and Lilly Allen to Downing Street! it will give you a shortened one to use in Twitter.WB SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIAL… EWB ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 06 11.02.11
  6. 6. EWB SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIAL…WHAT SHOULD I BE AWARE OF WHEN IT COMES TO SOCIAL NETWORKING?• Social media is just that – social. People are using this • Don’t be pushy. If you receive any negative comments from recreationally, so be aware of bombarding them with business friends or followers, don’t get drawn into an argument. Deal with messages, as they may get irritated and either hide or stop comments calmly and rationally. In the same respect, if you following you! Often just saying something like, I’ve nearly won receive positive comments be friendly and helpful and not overly that trip to New York or I’ve made an extra £100 this week is forceful. This is building your reputation with a possible audience enough to pique people’s interests. Think quality not quantity! of millions! You want your business to be one that people trust and feel as though they can rely on.• Talk to your readers like you would talk to real people in professional situations. Don’t be afraid to bring in your own • Remember, this is part of your business like any other. Would you personality and say what’s on your mind. Consider content that’s spend all day flyering when you had catalogues to collect? No! open-ended and invites response. Encourage comments. You can Treat it like you would any other business activity – give it the time also broaden the conversation by linking to others who are it deserves and then move on to other things. blogging about the same topic and allowing your content to be shared or syndicated. • Share, share, share! It’s the only way to build your network and spread the word! IMPORTANT! Up until now, we have all been adhering to the DSA Code of Business Conduct when it comes to advertising and marketing. However from 1 March, everyone must now also comply with something called CAP (Code of Advertising Practice, Sales Promotion and Direct Marketing). This means, when it comes to anything you’re putting out into a public arena – even your emails and status updates – you must do the following: • Be honest, truthful and capable of being substantiated. So, if you’re going to say something, make sure you can back it up, especially when it comes to earnings • Do Not imply you’re employing anyone, as this is a business where you work for yourself and not a boss. Ensure you advertise a business opportunity and not a job Please see pages 8 to 9 of your Business Manual – Operations and Procedures (booklet 4) for a full run-down of what you need to take note of. However, please pay particular attention to these points: 1. No form of advertising should bring Kleeneze into disrepute 2. Everything bearing the Kleeneze name must carry the words ‘Independent Distributor’ on it 3. No references to imply territories are to be used, e.g. the words ‘local’, ‘established’, ‘your’, ‘area’ or ‘regular’. 4. No reference should be made to activity in any country unless Kleeneze has announced that Distributors may sponsor there 5. You must not attempt to solicit any members of other networks that are competitors of Kleeneze Over the coming weeks, we’ll be publishing more hints and tips on social media and social networking on the DSA. If you have any questions at all about Facebook, Twitter or any other form of social media, please let us know at ewb@kleeneze.co.uk. We’ll answer you as soon as possible and also include your question (anonymously if you wish!) in our FAQ section to share with others.EWB SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIAL… 11.02.11 Issue 06 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  7. 7. BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 1 – COMBINED100,000 And Above Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 37,635.64 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 15,326.24 Carole & James Sunter 9,593.87Nasko Ratchev 1,465,818.02 Nuala & Ronan McDonald 36,610.72 David Byatt & Janet Smith 15,134.58 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning 9,577.61Lynn Macdonald 1,461,561.84 Christopher & Louise Brown 36,478.59 Nichola & David Walmsley 15,025.47 Raymond & Barbara Mann 9,559.90Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 1,447,599.88 Peter & Myrna Wellock 35,914.38 Christine Sykes & Aidan Fisher 15,016.90 Donna & Charles Warr 9,549.53Gillian Nicholson 881,917.06 Robert & Marianna Grinev-Branch 35,254.73 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 15,002.68 Vivienne & Richard Washington 9,453.18Bob Webb 755,735.12 Eve & Norman Branch 35,254.73 David & Christine Rhodes 9,452.28Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 738,638.69 10,000 And Above William & Sharon Stevenson 9,413.50Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 723,150.71 15,000 And Above Ram & Joginder Singh 14,806.08 Steven Mee & Jaqueline Mullings 9,390.23Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 705,983.81 Helen Brooks 34,885.65 Georgina & Phil Gale 14,794.30 Bob & Diane Goulding 9,347.34Margaret Moore & Carren Arscott 700,730.83 Craig & Mary Hawkes 32,893.67 Elaine & Martin Spafford 14,772.96 Lyn & Tony Davies 9,265.12Muriel & Tony Judson 669,014.10 John & Wendy English 32,456.26 Joseph O’Donnell 14,571.43 Johanna & Stuart Peuleve 9,247.28Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 648,371.25 Stephen Clark 32,291.06 John & Jenny Caton 14,541.61 Stephen & Elaine Blay 9,209.81Terry Carr 550,658.36 Keith & Helen Sandland 32,194.12 Allan Ledwidge 14,472.25 Bev & Dave Townsend 9,203.14Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 550,658.36 Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 31,518.68 Iain & Jackie Swanston 14,464.84 Gavin & Trish Conway 9,188.28Peter & Jackie White 521,991.64 Belinda & Peter Clarke 30,879.80 Trish & Lee Fisher 14,175.49 Clare Haines 9,173.21John & Jeanette Hawkes 401,946.67 Gill & Donato Sepe 30,484.44 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 14,089.45 Tavis Taylor 9,145.41Margaret & Roy Japp 312,249.80 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox 30,373.26 Timothy & Tina Pace 14,064.84 Paul Meikle 9,122.58Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 282,309.71 Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 29,906.21 Mark & Sarah Wildman 14,064.84 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 9,108.28Mike & Amanda Bibby 251,970.95 James Curtis 29,742.26 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 13,890.63 Douglas & Theresa Hack 8,998.50John & Steven Sharp 249,996.88 Stuart & Gail Mckibbin 29,204.65 Colin & Charlene Sadler 13,841.80 Ian & Carol Parker 8,915.68Hazel & John Stephen 239,821.84 Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 28,963.74 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin 13,420.55 Ian & Anita Saville 8,905.36Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 217,651.25 Andrew & Ann Meldrum 28,775.59 Steve & Cathy Chambers 13,284.05 Gareth Rickhuss & Janette Pyne 8,869.63Gordon & Judy Seldon 189,313.25 Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 28,656.91 Richard & Helen Peuleve 13,274.24 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 8,854.31Craig & Magdalena White 185,397.17 Graham & Catherine Hyde 28,492.33 David Belcher 13,274.24 Richard & Greta Brownridge 8,811.15Terence & Jean Ash 177,825.70 Denise & Stephen Neal 28,336.22 Denys & Laura Harris 13,092.53 Gerard Coste 8,798.02Gary & Esther Watson 175,880.22 Debbie Gee & David White 27,950.45 John Smith 13,063.67 Norah Bohan 8,750.70Judy Jodrell 157,729.32 Chantele & Barry Travis 27,827.35 Seph O’Connell & Sarah Watson 13,023.53 Sandra Brown 8,702.81Phil & Jean Warrington 145,370.69 Peter & Sheryl Dutton 27,739.14 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 12,948.52 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 8,702.81Michael & Jean Day 139,293.14 Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 27,428.06 Phil Curtis 12,939.67 Darryl Allen 8,702.81John & Anne Donaldson 125,004.31 Alexandra Tuesley 27,314.71 Sakuntla Kalyan & Richard Lovesey 12,939.41 Douglas & Kirsteen Hamilton 8,697.47Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 123,055.01 Helen & Andrew Walsh 25,835.26 Amy Warrington 12,882.25 Andrew & Cheryl Williams 8,682.00Robert Gibbons 119,508.91 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 25,782.90 Harry Hancock 12,825.15 Janet & Roger Bowen 8,675.64John & Christine Prosser 119,032.17 Tom & Bernadette Hingley 25,668.15 Gail & Darren Drew 12,818.66 Daniel & Michelle Marshall 8,573.23Michael & Susan Pirie 113,597.60 Andrew Ridley & Louise Lee 25,541.97 Jillian & Peter Griffiths 12,784.87 David & Jenny Gerry 8,533.85Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 107,816.76 Melanie & Andrew Wilson 25,355.91 Jim & Vicky Smith 12,643.85 Jeanette & David Ward 8,511.59Sylvia & Jack Hood 106,660.38 Steven & Sarah Curtis 24,931.37 Janet & Andrew Mitchell 12,459.01 Kelly & Steve Elliott 8,479.17John & Sarah Mckie 101,024.19 Lesley Burroughs 24,824.17 Paul & Helen Wilson 12,313.31 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 8,431.47 Derrick & Maria Longwright 24,787.25 Isobel & James Orr 12,290.82 Tim Sandom 8,427.22 Michael Amor-Wilkes 8,427.2235,000 And Above Tracy & David Sheehan 24,753.32 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 12,220.34 Barbara Margaret Webb 8,414.12Geoff & Fiona Webb 99,430.00 Caroline & Philip Thompson 24,272.91 Gareth & Jeanette Jones 12,161.51 Roger & Barbara Green 23,892.78 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 12,109.91 Sarah Sancho 8,402.01Stephen Geldard 99,248.38 Graham & Georgina Long 23,890.08 Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 12,103.15 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 8,376.95Claire & Peter Rea 98,267.87 Eamonn & Anne Roe 23,762.47 Caroline & Simon Harvey 12,079.05 Terry Hayden 8,364.07Malcolm Ashmore 95,505.77 Conor & Linda Treanor 23,149.98 Ian & Agnieszka Clarke 12,011.27 Ann Tawn 8,349.98Adele & Jaime De Caso 95,505.77 Amanda & Andrew Holland 23,088.05 Kevin Sands 12,000.37 Shorne & Judith Hodds 8,314.04David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 90,294.26 Alison & Michael Ogden 22,881.31 Rosemary & Christopher Day 11,958.42 Anthony & Susan Peacham 8,311.89Andy & Carolyn Cooper 88,528.95 Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 22,875.98 Robert Wellock 11,880.05 Peter Savidge 8,297.26Vie & Keith Robertson 80,756.06 Debbie & Trevor Collins 22,797.52 Cindy & David Brown 11,880.05 Catherine & Stephen Lord 8,270.39Trevor Mitchell 79,844.75 Su & Jas Bains 22,797.52 Pamela Jarvis 11,810.51 Michael Godwin 8,240.11Tony & Katharine Briffa 78,349.18 Rhian & E Anthony Jones 22,465.98 Robert & Jennifer Clifton 11,756.25 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 8,240.11Robert & Mary Higgins 74,166.13 John Webb & Kathryn Price 22,221.33 Neil & Susan Maclean 11,704.05 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 8,238.33Heather & James O’Neil 72,388.51 Abigail Colclough 22,210.14 Martyn Cunningham 11,665.76 Warren & Pamela Sewell 8,220.90Anthony Greeves 68,971.03 Michael & Sandra Laydon 21,906.19 David & Elaine Luke 11,647.47 Barry & Nina Mitchell 8,191.79Carole & Benny Morris 68,751.13 David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 21,795.07 Christopher Conroy 11,603.89 Michele & Henry Moss 8,169.52John & Jenny Holden 68,714.31 Kerry & Paul Stonall 21,620.07 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 11,603.89 Timothy Murphy 8,165.77Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 68,575.65 Linda & Ian Stanley 21,016.48 Mark Law & Diana Searle 11,601.46 Chris & Nicky Evans 8,076.26Victor & Una Brown 67,807.16 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 20,913.74 Darren & Christina Simmons 11,590.62 Sharon & Steve Agnew 8,059.63Susan & David Darton 67,436.81 Paul Flintoft 20,863.41 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 11,517.32 Stephen Wilson & Marie Bell 7,991.01Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 65,449.52 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 20,735.27 Elizabeth & George Kerr 11,510.38 Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent 7,947.88Andrew & Sue Boswell 64,869.67 Ivan Darch 20,505.77 Brian & Diane Holmwood 11,479.32 Alex & Kathleen Langler 7,930.09Gaynor Morgan 64,865.73 Harold & Minnie Fulton 20,436.67 Michael & Julia Tolton 11,474.02 Sarah Trim 7,921.72Jill Corlett 61,486.65 Gill & Tim Evans 20,211.12 Tony Fasulo & Julie White 11,443.15 Deborah Morgan 7,919.64Deborah & Allan Dewar 61,164.43 Linda & Tony Gower 20,086.07 Terry & Jane Hodge 11,410.15 Seamus & Clare Houghton 7,913.65Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 61,086.10 Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 20,023.41 Paul Melville 11,273.95 Sarah & David Messer 7,903.03Olivera Toner 60,709.03 John & Sophia Clements 20,023.41 Debra & Oliver Pusey 11,243.29 Omran Zaman 7,891.48Declan O’Neill 60,709.03 John & Janice Halsall 19,867.35 Fay & Andrew Roe 11,185.21 David Bond & John Watkins 7,888.47Sue & Geoffrey Burras 60,211.91 Karen & Peter Flitton 19,780.83 Toni Yates & Martin Webb 11,053.93 Marion & Anthony Homer 7,879.71Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 58,188.31 Martina & James Mcgrath 19,746.38 Sheila & Nigel Fowler 10,960.58 Sarah & Timothy Philp 7,868.26Marcell & Joanne Treanor 57,289.38 Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts 19,615.32 Robert & Rosemary Annan 10,941.91 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec 7,864.76Angela & Norman Campbell 57,265.34 Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 19,608.61 Stephen & Joyce Milne 10,899.92 Karen Lewis & Kevin Marriott 7,854.30Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 55,915.89 Toby Acton & Donna Gold 19,466.07 Kevin Rider 10,855.44 Katie & Mark Johnson 7,829.91Sue & Steve Ferguson 55,223.18 Nicola & Jerome Neville 19,414.40 Bill & Joyce Rowe 10,745.33 Diana Babbage & Joanna Turner 7,816.08Rosina & Frank Pocock 54,094.71 Jen & Garry Luke 19,200.81 Sarah Jenkins 10,745.33 Kimberley Sunter 7,801.86Irene Wilson 53,616.00 Jennifer & Martin Amos 18,953.70 Gareth & Gil Duffy 10,727.44 Susan & Graham Green 7,775.29Mike & Dawn Gough 53,494.39 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 18,608.94 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 10,695.97 Margaret Jarman 7,733.78Stanley & Roy Stewart 53,313.44 Jay Singh 18,499.07 Clive & Pamela Lennard 10,639.85 Emma Colley 7,718.46Julie Collier & Peter Richards 53,181.17 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 18,291.79 David Wilson & Julie Knight 10,550.73 Jackie & Stuart Bower 7,715.16Stephani & Bill Neville 51,643.30 Karen Jordan & Kenneth Rooney 18,258.04 Alison & Kevin Thomas 10,521.34 Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore 7,703.04Chris & Julia Norton 50,956.50 Maria & Shane Treanor 17,596.44 Stephen & Rebecca Gilbert 10,370.69 Lee & Fiona Henshaw 7,702.14Jane & John Dunkerley 49,551.60 Diane & Geoff Owen 17,579.57 Kira Mckibbin & Andrew Thomas 10,354.34 Morna Campbell & Donna Mcloone 7,693.22Lauren & Peter Jackson 48,623.78 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 17,533.59 Peter & Caren Neesham 10,234.60 James Dale & Claire Daniels 7,683.65Dave & Susie Horton 47,806.93 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 17,512.05 Leslie & Moira Harris 10,176.16 Patricia & Dennis Corser 7,673.54Richard & Clare Chantler 47,800.67 Steven Clements 17,465.64 Angel & Stuart Hill 10,176.16 Susan & Tony Cater 7,672.05David & Rosie Bibby 46,880.54 John & Karina Beesley 17,445.84 David & Heather Flannagan 10,080.61 Michael Prior 7,642.54Glenn & Caroline Royston 45,654.04 John Morgan & Gilly McCrone 17,427.92 Roger & Simon Mantle 10,072.75 Lesley & Gordon Whittington 7,641.09Steve & Debbie Roper 44,511.72 Angela & Stephen Burchell 17,166.99 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 10,066.26 Yvonne & Jonathan Coffey 7,621.93Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 44,327.60 Gordon & Patrick Davidson 17,054.34 Nick & Grace Sassanelli 7,612.42Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 43,506.79 Emma & Chris Shafe 7,611.09Michelle Kennedy 43,303.62 Mikaela & Andrew Brown 16,707.85 7,500 And Above Elizabeth & Keith Tomlinson 7,604.02Ramon & Sylvia Laing 43,045.91 Brian Manchester 16,652.72 Keith & Veronica King 9,939.78 Christine & Jim Foster 16,623.63 Ian & Pauline Pilkington 7,601.25Doug & Sandra Roper 43,036.90 Kodwo Anderson 9,939.78 Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 16,435.78 Verity & Richard Bloor 7,600.72Alf & Carol Bell 42,524.61 Gloria & Clive Davies 9,910.20 David & Judith McCreath 16,403.77 Graham & Christine James 7,595.16Karen & Neil Young 41,709.87 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 9,847.62 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 16,403.77 Richard & Kim White 7,592.15Brian Harwood 41,622.41 Michael & Janet Wallace 9,845.95 Heather Brown 16,402.24 Jeanette & Roy Bonella 7,581.34Lindsay Gonsalves & Danny Young 41,291.41 Stacy & Jonathan Beck 9,822.70 Karim Karmali 16,360.54 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 7,578.16Clare & Martin Whitelock 40,358.16 Keith & Patricia Phillips 9,790.69 Keith & Teresa Faulkner 16,350.66 Heather & Graham Williams 7,561.43Stephen & Debra Nell 39,818.35 Bernie & Barbara Klinger 9,756.77 Norman & Joanne Grundy 16,336.06 Alex Dewar & Lucie Hannah Marcus 7,554.75Alan Meldrum 39,797.17 David Potter 9,736.91 Ann & John Coe 16,182.61 Catherine & Geoffrey White 7,553.20Sharon & Andrew Bird 39,401.84 Vincent Tsoi & Lorraine Lawlor 9,728.93 Bill Caddy 16,111.90 Anthony & Leslie Carrick 7,552.38Sunil Popat 39,234.80 Sandra Ellis 9,706.69 David Pope 15,532.07 Julie Golding 7,543.21Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 39,234.80 Julian & Karen Pike 9,669.99 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 15,470.93 Diana Schuch & Alan Ward 7,525.68Helen & Paul Allgood 38,884.40 Patrick & Helen Loftus 9,606.32Ron & Judy Speirs 38,545.00 John & Kath Clease 15,447.80 Robert Gould 9,601.70David & Samantha Branch 38,109.22 Angela & James Macleod 15,404.63 Gerwyn Duggan 9,601.70ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 06 11.02.11
  8. 8. LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTSCOMPANY SHOWCASES AND TRAINING DAYS 21 Feb (21/03; 18/04; 16/05; 13/06; 11/7; 08/08; 05/09; 03/10; 31/10; 28/11) Titans Training and Opportunity Meeting, 23 Feb (23/3; 20/4; 18/5; 15/6; 13/7; 10/8; 7/9; 5/10; 2/11) Birmingham Open BOM. The Plough & Harrow Hotel, 13516 Feb Gold Day – Head Office, ACCRINGTON Cedar Court Hotel, Mayo Avenue, Off Rooley Lane, Hagley Road, BIRMINGHAM. 7.45pm registration for an (email Lloyd.brown@kleeneze.co.uk to BRADFORD, BD5 8HW, 7.30pm for 8.00pm start. 8.00pm prompt start. Ample free parking, good reception secure a place) Everyone welcome. Business dress please. Contact Neil areas & bar for team sizzles & meeting your guests. Young on Ezereach: 0113 350 8763, Mobile 07817 Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access to the room5 Mar Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – STONELEIGH 439 451. (upstairs). Only £3 per distributorship, guests free (bring PARK, WARWICK (order on ticket code loads & see your business grow). Hosts Gerard & Claire 22 Feb (four-weekly). Edinburgh Opportunity Meeting at Premier 02054 – limited availability) Tucker- Mawr (EzeReach: 0121 314 9785) and Geoff & Inn Morrison Link Road, Haymarket EDINBURGH. Diane Owen (EzeReach: 0121 314 4870)9 Apr Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – THE 8.00pm until 9.00pm. Everyone welcome. £3 single, £4 www.birminghambom.co.uk. joint distributor. Contact - Jim & Jane White Ezereach LANCASTRIAN SUITE, NEWCASTLE 0141 530 9724. 1 Mar (First Tuesday of every month) Business Opportunity7 May Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – THE BRISTOL Meeting. St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St 8 Mar (second Tuesday of each month) BOM meetings at HOTEL, BRISTOL Leonards, RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm . Carlisle. Border Gate Premier Inn, Carleton, CARLISLE for 8.00pm start, £3 per distributor, Guests Free! Business CA4 OAD Tel: 01228 633311. 7.30pm for 8.00pm start. All4 Jun Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – PARK ROYAL, dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton and Sue Marshall on distributors and prospects/guests welcome. Hosts Alistair WARRINGTON 01425 480675 or Ezereach 02380987429. Townsend and Malcolm Bullough and will feature a presentation of the opportunity and a guest speaker. For 2 Mar (30/3; 27/4; 25/5; 22/6; 20/7; 17/8; 14/9; 12/10; 9/11;25 Jun Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – MACDONALD information, contact: Alistair Townsend 01228 528126 7/12) North London Open Evening and Opportunity INCHYRA GRANGE HOTEL, FALKIRK email: ali5kids@sky.com, Malcolm Bullough 01228 Showcase, PLEASE NOTE, NEW VENUE! Edmonton 675553 e mail: malcolmbullough@hotmail.com. Sports & Social Club, Church Street, LONDON, N9 9HL.10 July Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – BLUE MOUNTAIN A prospect focused, benefits led, presentation of the GOLF CLUB, BRACKNELL 9 Mar (four weekly) The Pirates of Plenty Manchester Open Kleeneze Business Opportunity. 7.30pm registration for Evening, The Horrocks Room, St Matthew’s Hall, Chapel23 July Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour - RED COW prompt 8.00pm start. £3 per distributor (£5 per Lane, Stretford MANCHESTER, M32 9 AJ. 8.00pm - distributorship). Guests FREE. Dress code: Business. MORAN HOTEL, DUBLIN 10.00pm. Come and join us at our informal & friendly, Everyone welcome! Hosts: Tony & Sue Peacham on 0208 open evening. Doors open at 19.30hrs for light3 Sept Kleeneze Xmas Showcase & Gala Dinner – 521 4664 or Ezereach 0203 051 8333 or email: refreshments, (free of charge). Easy to find - Just off the NIA and HALL 3, the ICC, payitforward2004@aol.com and John Hawkes on 07767 Chester Road M60/J7 heading towards Old BIRMINGHAM (order tickets on code 620441 or email: jahawk1923@aol.com. Trafford/Trafford Centre. £1 per Distributor, guests free. 00027. See the DSA for full information Everyone welcome. Dress code smart/casual. Contact 2 Mar (second Wednesday of every period – Blue) Mighty Oaks on how to book or to download the Katrina & Ian Harvey-Winstanley on 07946 561274, Opportunity Meeting. Ye Olde Bell, Barnby Moor DN22 booking form) katrina.kleeneze@gmail.com, EzeReach 0161 660 9867. 8QS near A1, 5 minutes north of RETFORD. 7.30pm for 8.00pm start. Dress: Smart casual please. We promote10-16 Nov Kleeneze Destination – NEW YORK 9 Mar (6/4; 4/5; 1/6; 29/6; 27/7; 24/8; 21/9; 19/10; 16/11; 14/12) Ed Ludbrook’s Coaching approach. Everyone welcome. Leeds Open Evening, Holiday Inn Leeds Garforth, £3 per distributorship, £1 per guest. Maria and Derrick Wakefield Road, LEEDS, LS25 1LH. 7.30pm for 8.00pmTRAINING MEETINGS - 2011 COUNTRYWIDE start. Dress code: Business Suit. Contact Stuart on Longwright (Ezereach 01522 718671). 07792002402. 7 Mar (4/4; 2/5; 30/5; 27/6; 25/7; 22/8; 19/9; 17/10; 14/11;19 Feb (19/3; 16/4; 14/5; 11/6; 16/7; 20/8; 17/9; 15/10; 19/11; 12/12) Essex Business Opportunity Meeting at the 17/12) Going For Gold. At: The Globe Hotel, Tuesday Holiday Inn, Brook Street, BRENTWOOD CM14 5NF, J28 Market Place, KINGS LYNN, Norfolk. PE30 1EZ (Use hotel entrance in Kings Street, opposite ‘Prezzo’). 7.30pm SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES - M25 7.30pm for 8.00pm start. Business Dress please. 21 Feb (21/3; 18/4; 16/5; 13/6; 11/7; 8/8; 5/9; 3/10; 24/10; 28/11) Everyone welcome, Hosts Richard & Vanadis. EzeReach: for 8.00pm prompt start. Business Dress only please Business Opportunity Open Evening, Everyone Welcome, 01206 804 635. £2.50 per person. Guests free. Everyone welcome. Contact Ann & John Coe on 01553 829241 or Ezereach Supreme Inns, Bicker bar Roundabout, BOSTON 8 Mar (5/4; 3/5; 31/5; 28/6; 26/7; 23/8; 20/9; 18/10; 15/11) South 01553 888118. A17/A52 junction, registration 7.30pm, £3 per person, West Training & Recognition Meeting. Ship Inn (next to Hosts:- Andy & Amanda Holland email: Premier Inn), Thornbury Road, Alveston, BRISTOL, BS3513 Mar (8/5; 21/8; 23/10) Gillian Nicholson’s Wealth Events a.holland075@btinternet.com Eze-Reach number: 01553 3LL. 8.00pm start. Business dress Please. Distributors Training - Garden Suite, Thurrock Hotel, Thurrock, 886597. £2.50 per head, guests FREE. Host: Andy Cooper, E/R: ESSEX. Registration opens at 11.00am for prompt start 21 Feb (21/3; 18/4; 16/5; 20/6; 18/7; 19/9; 17/10; 21/11; 12/12) 0117 911 7561. at 11.30hrs. Finish 14.30hrs. £5 per distributor. For further information email Gillian Nicholson at South East Open Evening Bracknell. Everyone welcome 8 Mar (5/4; 3/5; 31/5) Hemel Hempstead Opportunity Meeting, wealthevents@btinternet.com. Arrive ready to learn, Leave across the Network. Join us for an evening of fun, Holiday Inn, Breakspear Way, HEMEL HEMPSTEAD HP2 ready to earn! Wealth of Income, Wealth of Knowledge, Opportunity Presentations & Kleeneze Stories – Huge 4UA. £3 per distributor, guests free. 7.30pm for 8.00pm Wealth of Friendships. Recognition for all groups Forest or Hospitality Suite, start. Business dress please. Hosts: Rosina & Frank Bracknell Leisure Centre, Bagshot Road, BRACKNELL, Pocock. Tel: 01442 256405.27 Mar ‘The Big 1’ is here again! The East Midlands premier Berks, RG12 9SE 7.45pm for 8.30pm start. Distributors event is coming up soon, so book now to secure a place 10 Mar (7/4, 5/5, 9/6, 7/7, 4/8, 1/9, 6/10, 3/11, 1/12) Success £3 - Guests FREE Business dress please Contact Debbie with top speakers – Doug Roper, Ian Crockford, Chris Showcase, the Grange Moor Hotel, St Michaels Road, Gee on 07782 345 935 or Kate Lee on 0118 9268540. Hinds, Jaime de Caso and Lynn Macdonald. Knowledge Maidstone, KENT, ME16 8BS. Guest speaker, Bob is King will also be there on the day. Tickets only £8 per 21 Feb (21/3; 18/4; 16/5; 13/6; 11/7; 8/8; 5/9; 3/10; 31/10; 28/11) Webb.7pm for 7.30pm start. £3.50 per Distributor. person for a fantastic afternoon of training with a fantastic Westcountry Open at Padbrook Park Hotel, Cullompton, Guests free. raffle. Starts at 12 noon (Doors open 11am) Finish at 5pm. DEVON EX15 1RU (just 5 mins from J28 on M5 sign 14 Mar (11/4; 9/5; 6/6; 4/7; 1/8; 29/8; 26/9; 24/10; 21/11) For further details contact Andy Buxton & Laura Kelly on posted). Distributors £3 per person or £4 per couple. Business Opportunity Meeting at David Lloyd, Port 07830 190485. Make cheques payable to ‘The Big 1’ to Guests FREE. All from Red and Blue groups welcome. Solent, PORTSMOUTH, Hants, PO6 4TP Business . 10 Cook Close, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 0JJ. The Prospect focused Business Opportunity Presentation, dress. Everyone welcome. £2 per distributor. Guests free. meeting is at the Novotel, Long Eaton, NOTTINGHAM - Training, Book Stall, Bids table, Testimonials, raffle and 7.30pm for 8pm start. Contact Carol – 023 92 613034 or Jct 25 M1. You cannot buy tickets on the day so don’t business related stands Ample parking. Accommodation, 07737 164621. delay - book today - this will be a sell out event. meals, coffee and bar available. Contact Sheelagh & Paul See you there. 01392 462710 (Ezereach 01803 898592) or Nigel & 26 Mar (26/4, 24/5, 21/6, 19/7, 16/8, 13/9, 11/10, 8/11, 6/12) Lucinda 01392 874412 (Ezereach 01803 898652). Business Opportunity Open Evening, Everyone Welcome. Holiday Inn Express, Cheriton High St, FOLKESTONE,OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND 23 Feb (every other Wednesday) Swindon BOM, The Link Centre, SWINDON. SN5 7DL. Blades bar 7.45 for 8pm start, CT18 8AN Registration 7.30pm, £3 per distributor, Guests13 Feb Everyone Welcome to Fast Forward Runcorn Millionaires Free. Hosts:- Ian & Lorraine Balcombe, £2.50 per distributor guests free, Business dress please. meeting. The Holiday Inn, Wood Lane, Beechwood, email:lorrainebalcombe@aol.com. EzeReach 01227 Everyone welcome. Contact Steve or Debra Nell on RUNCORN. WA7 3HA. 12 noon till 4.30ish. £9 entry. 807928 Mobile: 07533 780414. 01793 238909 or debra@stevenell.com. Raffles, Bucket of Money, BIDS and best of all, a great 14 Feb (14/3; 11/4; 9/5; 6/6; 4/7; 1/8; 29/8; 26/9; 24/10; 21/11) line up of speakers, Toby Acton, Vic Brown, Belinda Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in Norwich Business Opportunity Evening, Holiday Inn, Clarke, Shelagh Irving and Michael Khatkar, all to help your area? Let us know, at meetings@kleeneze.co.uk Ipswich Road, NORWICH, NR4 6EP 7.30pm for 8.00pm , you with your business. Learn and Earn in Kleeneze style. or EzeReach 01772 977402 and we will include them in start. £3 per Distributor, guests free. Business dress Contact Irene Wilson, Ezereach 01524 888875 or our weekly meetings diary. please. Contact Stephen on 07810 126010. 01524 720192. DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY. Issue 06 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN