Cute and functional clothing for my two daughters was always something that has been important to me, especially when they were small and going to daycare. When we used to take family vacations, I often dressed them alike so that we could keep track of them. It was Spring Break 2009 when my family and I were on a plane back from Palm Springs – sitting across the aisle from me was a woman my age, also with kids, and she was pouring through photos of what looked like designs of kids clothing. I was curious about what she was doing, and so I looked a few more times and realized that it was Peekaboo Beans, a clothing line for kids that was sold at one of my local boutiques that I loved to frequent. At the time, I was enamoured with the clever designs and soft fabrics and had two sets of matching outfits from Peekaboo Beans that I had purchased for my girls. Fast forward a few years, and I was lucky enough to consult with the owners as the brand moved from selling at the retail level to a Direct Sales business opportunity.
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Ethically Manufactured Clothing
Peekaboo Beans clothing is an ethically manufactured clothing line designed for small children from infant to child, sized from 3 months to 10. A Canadian company, it is headquartered in Richmond BC, and sold exclusively through a Direct Sales channel of independent stylists. The company has gained traction over the past several years, going public in 2016, and dressing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s family for Canada Day this past summer in honour of Canada’s 150 Anniversary. Just last week, the company announced launching the brand into the United States. This is a ground floor opportunity for women looking for a way to earn income with a quality product and work their own business flexibly.
A New Direct Sales Opportunity in the USA
The benefit of joining a Direct Sales business like Peekaboo Beans, is that it is a proven business model. The company has been operating for 10+ years, and over the past 5, refined their business model to sell through independent stylists via person-to-person soirees and social selling. What this means is that it is a proven business with a quality product, a valuable support team and proven success. As a Stylist for the brand, you can earn 15-35% commissions on sales, with no requirements for inventory or monthly minimums to sell.
Providing the Ingredients for a Playful Life
The investment in the US is as little as $199 to get started for a small start-up package, or $499 which includes 22 pieces of clothing and a Bonus item, their newly-launched winter coats – a limited time offer. If you are a Mom at home looking for an opportunity to earn a part-time income, or you are a seasoned direct seller looking a company that is a ground floor opportunity in your area, Peekaboo Beans may be the company for you. I have followed the Peekaboo Beans journey ever since that moment that I saw the company founder, Traci Costa on the airplane that day in 2009, and now I know her personally. One thing that I have always been impressed with is that Peekaboo Beans is a company that operates with a lot of heart – their mission is Providing the ingredients for a playful life. I have written a few times about shopping more mindfully and I can say that Peekaboo Beans is a company that designs quality clothing that lasts, and they are committed to creating ethically designed and manufactured pieces.
- Start Up Costs – $199 or $499 (best value – over $1080 retail) including styles and business tools (catalogues and brochures)
- Earnings – 15-35% of what you sell
- Shop at a discount
- Entry cost includes personal website managed by home office
- Yearly minimum of $900 sold to stay active
- Earn additional income as you mentor others (must be actively selling in that month)
If you are a US resident and interested in signing up to become a Stylist with the company, there is a dedicated portal for US residents – Sign-Up HERE.
The company is holding a webinar on Monday October 2nd 2017 at 8pm EST, 5pm PST. Click HERE to sign up.
If you have additional questions, you may email the company directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more, download the Opportunity Brochure HERE.
For a detailed look at the Compensation Plan, click HERE.
This is a sponsored post, however all opinions are my own.