Avon Justine has launched an attractive and compelling performance-based rewards programme that seeks to enhance women’s earning opportunities, and ensure that they reap the benefits of the growth of the beauty and cosmetics industry.
Avon Justine has benchmarked its new rewards programme against that of peers. The programme has been designed to give its army of Sales Representatives a competitive edge, as well as reward them for their loyalty to the brand.
“We are excited to introduce the new Avon Justine Rewards programme’s which have been designed to reflect how much we value our relationship with our Sales Representatives and Consultants and acknowledge the immeasurable contribution they are making to the growth of our businesses. We hope that this programme inspires and incentivises them to ramp up their sales and elevate our Avon and Justine products to where they belong – at the top of the pile, whilst increasing their earning opportunity,” says Mikey Bicknell, Sales Director for Avon Justine.
The company’s Field force receive top selling products, sales tools and access to Training Masterclasses as some of the benefits each quarter determined by the sales they generate.
Sales Representatives and Consultants in the Platinum category receive exclusive access to finance and taxation masterclasses to improve their financial management skills, as well as quarterly benefits comprising of a 30% discount on all products.
Some of the benefits other categories can look forward to include discounts on products and exclusive access to the company’s skincare masterclasses, where they can learn skincare training and tips to delight their customers. As we continue to prioritise our ongoing quest to improve the earning potential of our Sales Representatives and Consultants, Avon Justine also runs masterclasses on how to leverage our digital platforms to grow our Representative and Consultant’s businesses.
“We hope that this new rewards programme will bode well for our all our Sales Representatives and Consultants and will galvanize them to work harder to improve their sales,” says Bicknell.