Laura’s Bookaroos

Laura Wardell, Independent Usborne Organiser

What's in it for me

What's in it for me?

You can earn up to 24% commission on everything you sell from day one, and your income increases as your business grows. Maybe it's paying for swimming lessons, affording a family holiday or complete financial independence - whatever your reasons for joining, you can make money from day one. Remember you choose your hours, where you want to work and who you want to work with. It's so easy to fit Usborne around your family, just ask me how.

It costs just £48 to join Usborne Books at Home and if you get off to a great start, Usborne will give you that £48 right back.

What are the rewards?

In addition to the financial rewards, flexibility and sense of personal achievement, Usborne Books at Home offers incentives with our Passport to Success programme, to support you at every level:

  • Quickstart Programme - the twelve-week programme that rewards you as you begin to write your Usborne story.
  • Business Development Programme - with helpful little advantages such as free delivery and discounted new titles, to exclusive offers and business focused events - this next stage is all about earning more money, receiving more support and consistently moving forward.
  • Up, Up and Away - the ultimate prize for Usborne Books at Home's highest achievers that could offer you the chance to jet off to amazing locations around the world. Recent destinations have included China, Las Vegas and India.

Meeting up

Usborne Books at Home holds regular events throughout the year such as the seasonal Leadership Academies where Organisers enjoy meeting up, sharing success stories and challenges. It's about coming together to feel part of a bigger team.

Giving something back

Usborne is committed to producing fun, fabulous books that children love to read. Children need great books and schools need better resources. Through joining my team and offering free or discounted Usborne books to homes, libraries and schools, you could make a real difference to literacy.



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