50% More Consultants on track to win a Winter Incentive this year

50% More Consultants on track to win a Winter Incentive this year

This time last year we were busy deciding the winner for the 2016 Winter Incentive – 15 people won a place on the Spa break – 5 top sales, 5 top team builders, and 5 Head Office heros.

And today I am busy preparing for the Team Leaders meeting, and I am so delighted to see that this year, twice as many consultants will will a winter incentive.  12 lucky consultants have already secured a wonderful day out for their family at a Merlin Theme park of their choice, and I am so very happy about this.  When we talk to our consultants, the one thing that comes through strongest in all the conversations is that some many of you are doing Kids Bee Happy for your families – for some extra income yes, but also for the extra skills and experience too, and to build a proper business.

So a shout out to Jennifer O’Hanlon, Michelle Munt, Kate Fletcher, Louise Padmore, and Vicky Gregory who have not only already won their Theme Park tickets, but who are also in with a good chance of adding a hotel stay onto that family day trip, or escaping on a cottage weekend.

And another shout out to Lauren Samson, Karen Ord, Claire Rothwell, Dina Emmons, Adele Emmerson-Ryan, Martin Fearnley, and Katy Reed

And as our Winter Incentive period is still running, we have another 7 people who if they are simply active in January and February will also win their Family Theme Park tickets, and then another 6 people who are so close, they just need to be active and a little bit more to win the prize.  I’m not going to tell you who you are right now (just to build the suspense and tension) – but your leaders have a list.

And this is what makes me happy – giving away prizes – so Remember – there are still 2 months left of the Winter Incentive period, so everyone is in with a chance of winning a prize for their family too.

Kids Bee Happy Top 10% Month of December

Kids Bee Happy Top 10% Month of December

It’s time to give recognition to those people who have reached the top for Top Sales for the Month of December

This is always such a wonderful recognition, because its open to everyone, whether you’ve just started your Kids Bee Happy business or you’ve been with us since the very beginning.  I also love the geographical spread that this list covers.

Winners in Top Sales order for the month:

  • Kate Fletcher
  • Jennifer O’Hanlon
  • Dina Emmons
  • Danielle Hill
  • Vicky Gregory
  • Claire Rothwell
  • Sandy Randall
  • Angelika Davis
  • David Rainford
  • Leone Edwards
  • Madelaine Rowley
  • Martin Fearnley
  • Helen Gibb
  • Adele Emmerson-Ryan
  • Nikki Foote
  • Darren Jackson
  • Lisa Champion
  • Suzanne Wight
  • Emma Turney
  • Amie Jones
  • Lyn Bunker
  • Jennifer Kernan
  • Vanessa Brooks
  • Lauren Samson
  • Caroline Thompson
  • Veronika Barnes
  • Isla Duncan
  • Suzi Waddell
  • Christine Bennett
  • Shelley Bell
Kids Bee Happy Top 5% Year to December

Kids Bee Happy Top 5% Year to December

It’s time to give recognition to those people who are consistently giving their all to Kids Bee Happy, and whose continue efforts over the past 12 months have put them into the top 5%.

Once again, its great to see that these winners include a mix of people who are team builders and a people who are just focused on their own Kids Bee Happy business.  Once again proving that unlike other direct sales company you can have a really good strong business without the need to teambuild.

Winners in Alphabetical Order:

Adele Emmerson-Ryan
Caroline Doran
Christine Bennett
Claire Rothwell
Debbie Todd
Jennifer O’Hanlon
judith smurthwaite
Karen Ord
Katy Reed
Lauren Samson
Lyn Bunker
Suzi Waddell
Tanya Taylor
Vicky Gregory

 

 

Congratulations to Adele and Tanya making it onto our top 5% list, Keep up the good work!

Kids Bee Happy Top 10% November

Kids Bee Happy Top 10% November

It’s time to give recognition to those people who have reached the top for Top Sales for the Month of November

This is always such a wonderful recognition, because its open to everyone, whether you’ve just started your Kids Bee Happy business or you’ve been with us since the very beginning.  I also love the geographical spread that this list covers.

Winners in Top Sales order for the month:

  • Michelle Munt
  • Jennifer O’Hanlon
  • Karly Sanderson
  • Judith Smurthwaite
  • Adele Emmerson-Ryan
  • Elizabeth Maskell
  • Christine Bennett
  • Suzanne Wight
  • Claire Rothwell
  • Isla Duncan
  • Christine Roberts
  • Kate Fletcher
  • Louise Hawley
  • Vicky Gregory
  • Lauren Samson
  • Caroline Doran
  • Dina Emmons
  • Cindy Reay McLean
  • Karen Jepson
  • Jody Goode
  • Angelika Davis
  • Gemma McCallum
  • Mary Mcconnachie
  • Suzanne Kirkham
  • Darren Jackson
  • Nicky O’Dea
  • Katie Dawes
  • Shelley Brown
  • Lynn Bramley
  • Helen Gibb

 

Kids Bee Happy Top 5% November

Kids Bee Happy Top 5% November

It’s time to give recognition to those people who are consistently giving their all to Kids Bee Happy, and whose continue efforts over the past 12 months have put them into the top 5%.

Once again, its great to see that these winners include a mix of people who are team builders and a people who are just focused on their own Kids Bee Happy business.  Once again proving that unlike other direct sales company you can have a really good strong business without the need to teambuild.

Winners in Alphabetical Order:

Adele Emmerson-Ryan
Caroline Doran
Christine Bennett
Claire Rothwell
Clare Dervan
Debbie Todd
Jennifer O’Hanlon
Judith Smurthwaite
Karen Ord
Katy Reed
Lauren Samson
Louise Hawley
Lyn Bunker
Suzi Waddell
Tanya Taylor
Vicky Gregory

 

Congratulations to Adele and Tanya making it onto our top 5% list, Keep up the good work!

Toymark Award 2017 awarded to Kids Bee Happy

Toymark Award 2017 awarded to Kids Bee Happy

Our partners, consultants and customers will be delighted to know that once again Kids Bee Happy has been awarded the Let Toys be Toys Toymark Award for 2017 for continuing to champion gender equality in childrens play.

At the moment, it seems that gender is a permanent fixture in our news and headlines, and that itself is an important benchmark for indicating how society is shifting from the old stereotypical perceptions of girls and boys, men and women, to something much more equal.  As research highlights, these stereotypes start at a very young and early age with soft dollies given to baby girls, and tractors for baby boys, so as a toy provider and leader of children’s craft workshops, Kids Bee Happy has an important role to play in making sure that all toys are open and acceptable to all children, regardless of age, ability or gender.

“Sand is such a great product” says Sandra Patterson, Director of Kids Bee Happy.   “Everyone loves playing with sand, regardless of age or gender, so it’s a perfect medium to promote gender neutral play, and we encourage all children to be creative with their choice of colours, pictures and designs.  We mix up our designs and products so that there is no such thing as a “girls section” or a “boys section” and when we make suggestions to the children of pictures that they might like, we’re always very careful to ensure that those suggestions are from a broad selection across the entire range – and that we don’t make pre-determined stereotypical recommendations based on the gender of the children.  We actively encourage parents to do the same too, which is sometimes more challenging, however we do see that changing over recent times, as campaigns highlight to people how silly it is to restrict children’s choices based on gender “.

You can find out more about Let Toys be Toys and their campaigns on their website and you can follow the campaign Facebook