Pampered Chef Review – A Warren Buffet MLM-Home Business

May 29, 2012 · Posted in Home business · Comment 

In 1980, Doris Christopher started the Pampered Chef. The company was sold to Berkshire Hathaway in 2002. You might be interested in a Pampered Chef Review – Is Warren Buffet Scamming Members. TPC consultants sell kitchen items directly to consumers. Those interested in TPC should know what products the company sells, how much its top earners make and how they’re compensated.

The company carries approximately 150 kitchen items. Only 1/3 of its products are original to the Pampered Chef. Many of the TPC products carry their manufacturers’ original labels. The Pampered Chef uses a unique sales approach by training customers to actually use the kitchen tools. Customers can purchase items such as strainers, pans, peelers, bowls and baking dishes.

Christopher’s philosophy was that the most important thing was for customers to know how best to use their kitchen gadgets. The Pampered Chef makes sure products come with clear directions. They also make use of in-house kitchens in order to create TPC product specific recipes. The company’s salespeople often use these recipes as a selling tool.

Salespeople are paid a percentage on each product they sell. They can also earn a percentage of the sales made by people they recruit into the company. This provides for a straightforward compensation structure. Consultants use in-house parties, trade shows and other group gatherings to demonstrate the products to customers.

The Pampered Chef’s best performing salespeople are earning over $200,000 each year. Barbara Smalley was highlighted in Woman’s World Magazine as a success story. Smalley turned $100 TPC investment into $90,000 earnings a year. The company’s top earners are using methods such as free product demonstrations and cooking classes to increase sales volume and commissions. The bottom line is that Warren Buffet is NOT scamming his members and has a very legitimate niche company.

If you’re considering any business opportunity, you need to carefully look at the costs and potential risks. For those interested in a business, there are a lot of business opportunities, including MLMs, available. For those who love giving parties and enjoy kitchen products, the Pampered Chef may be a good business but it’s not right for everyone.

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