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 WAHM > Direct Sales Articles  > Which companies are free to join?

I don't have any money to invest. Which direct sales companies are free to join?

Compared to starting a brick and mortar business or purchasing a franchise, joining a direct sales company is extremely inexpensive. Don't let the cost of the kit be a barrier to choosing the right company.

Once you know what you want to sell, then you can figure out how to finance your start up.

And don't forget that the start up kit cost is not the only expense you'll have when you start your business.

You'll likely need to invest in a website, marketing materials, sample supplies, and  basic business materials.

Consider these methods of financing your business start up:

  • Many companies offer ways for you to earn you starter kit.
  • Use a credit card to purchase your starter kit and other initial business supplies and pay it off over time.
  • Get a bank loan or consider borrowing from family.
  • Take a part time job and save your paychecks to pay for your business. Thinking of your job as an investment in your business will make it more tolerable.
  • Clean out your house of unused items and have a yard sale or sell them on eBay.

Ask your future sponsor to notify you if the company offers any new sign on promotions. Many direct sales companies offer discounts on starter kits throughout the year.

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