Event / Marketing Manager
Posted: 25th Oct 2018 Closing: 25th Jan 2019
Baby and Children's Market Ltd.
CALLING ALL MUMS - EVENT/MARKETING MANAGERS WANTED UK WIDE
Are you dreading returning to work following the end of your maternity leave? Perhaps you are already back at work and have struggled with the constant juggling of drop-offs/picks ups and the stress that being a working mum brings. Would you like to be a stay-at-home mum but also run your own business from home that provides you with:
- flexible hours you choose
- never miss a play or event at school
- you can give yourself a pay rise
- you choose your holiday/time off
- you can work from wherever you want
If the answer is ‘Yes’ to any of the above, then perhaps it’s time for a change.
JOIN the award-winning Baby & Children's Market team and set up your own pop-up nearly new sales in and around your hometown which provide the parental community with a great shopping experience that will save them a fortune on children's items.
Visit https://www.babyandchildrensmarket.co.uk/join-the-team for a no-obligation information pack about our home business opportunity.
Set your own hours. With exclusive territory rights, you also have the scope to grow your business at a rate that suits you. You can run your business all year round. Choose when you wish to take holidays. We also have additional opportunities available to our franchisee's to help grow your business.
Earn between£12,000 - £25,000. The amount you can earn depends on the amount of time you wish to spend working on your business to ensure it grows. The great thing about running your own business is you don’t have to wait until payday for the money to come in. As soon as you start promoting your events to gain stall bookings you will have positive cash flow coming into the business.
Best suited to:
With your own Baby and Children's Market franchise, you choose how much or how little you want to do. When running your own business the more time and effort you put into it the more it will grow in both popularity and profit. This business concept suits people that either work part-time, stay at home mums or people that have a business in the baby and children's industry.
Name: Rebecca Thomas
Location: Solihull, West Midlands
Family: Mum of 3 children under 10 years
How often do you work?
Obviously, the more time you put into promoting your business/events the more you gain in profit. Running my own business with young children I work my own flexible hours which is during sleep times, school runs and evenings on marketing the events, prep, and admin, along with delivering marketing material to promote the events into the community 2-3 days leading up to the market day.
How does the job fit around your family life?
It’s so flexible (we have 3 kids) and fun to do. It's a great way to meet local mums. It's such a good earner that it meant I didn’t have to return to work when our 2nd was born 3yrs ago. I work my own hours and take family holidays when I want. You gain so much guidance and ongoing support from the head office, as well as experience franchisee's willing to assist.
How much time do you commit?
16-20 hours per week. The more time you put into your business the more you gain from it.
Where do you carry out your work?
I do all my work from home apart from the market day where I run the event at a local venue.
Do you need a car?
Yes, you do as you will need a car to check out suitable venues to run the events in, run the market on the day along with delivering marketing material to promote the event to childcare facilities in the town you run your events.
Do you get support/training?
Baby and Children's Market head office gives us so much support and guidance for all of our events and their advice is welcomed with open arms. You never feel alone with the network of other franchisees to share their experience and knowledge and their support is amazing. This is an excellent value franchise that is making me money, getting me out meeting people and has been a massive boost to my self-confidence.
Would you recommend this opportunity to other mums?
Yes, absolutely. I wanted a business that was not costly or hard to set up, that was enjoyable, flexible and had the scope to grow. I didn't have the confidence to set up my own business from scratch. As a stay at home mum, I have more time available and it's given me what I need. I guess it's always down to the individual person and looking at what they enjoy and what they want to achieve.
Do you advertise?
When running a business you need to ensure you promote your business well otherwise customers don't know you exist. I use a variety forms of advertising options such as social media, delivering marketing material that promotes the event along with other recommended advertising options that help grow my business.
Are there any downsides to the role?
It's hard work at the start when establishing yourself in a new area but the rewards and job satisfaction are worth all the effort I put in. You need to ensure you put the necessary time and effort into your business to ensure it grows otherwise you gain little to nothing from it.