Following last month’s fantastic event, Amway announced the next Business Building Seminar has been scheduled for Sunday 11th April 2010 from 1pm to 5pm.
Amway have said they will continue to support the exciting growth in Ireland!
The seminar is open to ROI ABOs and UK ABO with groups in Ireland – but I guess that means it’s open to all ABOs in the UK/ROI market – but it might be worth checking who is actually invited.
If you are an Amway ABO this is a fantastic to associate with your fellow business owners and also learn your business. You will also meet corporate staff and there will be a product display starting at 1pm.
Have a great day all you Amway Business Owners or should I say ABOs
Amway held it’s 2nd business Building Seminar of 2010 in Johnstown House Hotel today Sunday March 7th – This was a fantastic event with some great speakers and a product display. One unique feature of these Amway events in Ireland is the ticket price and what happens to the funds. Tickets are €5 i.e. five euro per ABOship. ABOs enter their name, ABO number and nominate a local children’s charity – during the seminar a draw takes place and the chosen ABO will get to present the funds to the chosen charity.
Back to the speakers we had a new 21% telling us how they did it and Pat Stranney teaching on how to get started and to close the evening we had executive diamond Jackie Gulick on rewards and lifestle.
We also had Andy Smith General Manager & Director, Amway UK and RoI speaking on company updates etc.
All this in a little town just outside Dublin in the Republic of Ireland – what a way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
Amway held it’s first business seminar in Rep. of Ireland on Feb 7th in the Glen Royal Hotel, Maynooth, Kildare. There was a very large turnout and we should get official figures from Amway. Products were on display and there were also product demos and sampling.
Amway will be very pleased that the Irish and adopted Irish were out in full force – so much so that they are holding another seminar on March 7th 2010.
Paul Christophers was the main Amway guest speaker of the day but there were other local speakers that spoke about how they built and are building their business.
Overall is was a great success and one can definitely say the Amway business is alive and well in Ireland.