Sponsored by cabi
Last week I had the pleasure of attending my fifth cabi Scoop! Yes, you heard me correctly – fifth! I was introduced to cabi back in 2010 where I got to experience the brand first hand at their fall 2010 Scoop Fashion Show.
It was there that I fell in love with the brand. Since that time I’ve hosted numerous cabi Fashion Experiences at my home attended friend’s and family’s cabi parties, and purchased a lot of cabi clothing along the way.
If you’re looking for a fun way to make good money in the fashion industry here’s why you should join cabi.
A Real Career.
When you work with cabi, they give you all the tools you need to be successful. This includes in-person training twice a year via the Scoop Fashion Show. So when you present the new line – you’re doing more than just selling, you’re providing personalized one-on-one wardrobe consultation services.
Cabi equips their Stylists with the fashion knowledge and know-how they need to help women look their best. And did I mention … the Scoop is a blast! From the high-energy fashion show to the inspirational words of wisdom, it is truly a unique company that offers a fun, lucrative, and fashionable career.
Make sure to view the fashion show you’ll see what I’m talking about.
Cabi Stylists LOVE their jobs!
One of the cool things about attending the Scoop is you get to see the Stylists in their own element. Let me tell you, their energy, enthusiasm, and love for the brand is infectious! But don’t take my word for it … see what cabi Stylists are saying:
— Rachael Markarian (@RachelMarkarian) January 15, 2016
— Sandra Aussem (@aussemista) January 15, 2016
At the Scoop, cabi Stylists are recognized for their seasonal achievements. Some of the awards given are for top sales as a rookie, top sales as a returning Stylists, top team builder, and my favorite, The cabi Girl Award. This award is the highest achievement you can receive as a Stylist, and it has nothing to do with sales and everything to do with attitude, compassion, and generosity. The winners of these achievements receive the Cashmere Award where they are treated to a weekend of pampering in L.A. and exclusive gifts.
If that weren’t enough during each Scoop, there is a Shopping Event where Stylists can score past seasonal items at HUGE discounts. If you LOVE cabi clothing like I do, you will flip over this event!
Earn Good Money.
According to the Direct Selling Association estimated annual sales for a direct seller is only $1,914. Cabi Stylists, on the other hand, host an average of 17 shows in five months with the average total purchase of $1,900 per show — I’ll let you do the math.
It’s also been noted that cabi has one of the highest retention rates in the direct sales arena. In fact, after Stylists get past their fifth season, they rarely drop out which lends itself to an 85% retention rate, rather than the typical 20% in the direct selling industry.
This past season at the Scoop there were over 100+ Stylists that sold over $100K for the season – pretty darn impressive!
They Give Back to the Community.
Cabi gives back to the community in three different ways:
1) W.E. are cabi – For each new Stylist that signs on, cabi funds a small business loan for a woman entrepreneur in a developing country. So when you join cabi – you’re financially helping another woman across the globe.
2) Make a Change Program – When an order is placed, customers can choose to round their order to the nearest dollar. This extra change funds a small business loan through Opportunity International.
3) The Heart of cabi – Every season cabi selects one piece from the new line where a portion of the proceeds from the sale of that piece will go to The Heart of cabi Foundation. Since it’s inception, cabi has donated more than $44,500,000 in financial support and clothing to women in need.
For more information on cabi, you can check them out on Twitter @cabiclothing, Instagram @cabiclothing, or on the cabi website. I also have an extensive review on the cabi Stylist opportunity here.
If you have any questions about the cabi business opportunity – feel free to leave them below, and I’ll get you the answers you need.
This post was sponsored by cabi and written by Holly Reisem Hanna. Please be aware that we can only promote advertising from companies that we feel we can legitimately recommend to our readers. For more information, please see our disclosure policy.