A local businesswoman is keen to offer Bath-based parents – and grandparents – a return to work opportunity.
Utility Warehouse helps people receive substantial savings on gas, electricity, landline, broadband and mobile services, with business partners earning a growing level of reward along the way.
For local mother and grandmother, Jude Glide, it’s a role that has suited her lifestyle perfectly.
“When I had my children in 1985 and 1987, I was adamant I wanted to be a stay-at-home mum, yet I still wanted to contribute to the household income. Back in those days, the work from home businesses I was exposed to were party plan businesses which proved hard work with minimal income in my case.
Today, when I collect my granddaughter from school, parents tell me that when they both work, one income just about covers the childcare costs, yet they see the need to work as being important both from a position of staying in the workplace and giving themselves a sense of purpose.
This got me thinking, what if mums or dads could work from home, earn money and retain that sense of purpose?
That’s what attracted me to working with Utility Warehouse. You spend a few hours a day helping people save money on their utility bills, which gives you the chance, over time, to earn a substantial residual income. Training, mentoring and support are all provided for free.”
For more information, call Jude, Utility Warehouse Authorised Distributor, on 07950 044259 or visit www.purplepigs.biz