Once you have joined Forever Living as a Forever Business Owner in your home country, you then have the opportunity to develop your business in any one of the 145 + countries Forever Living operate in. The world is your Oyster.
When you are approached by prospects in another country, your first step is to get your ID number registered in this new area. So far I am registered in Ireland, South Africa, Nigeria, Cameroon, Spain and many more. Just send a simple email to your head office requesting the change, in the uk you need to email email@example.com . You need to quote your full ID number including the country code at the beginning, which for the UK is 440, so your ID number is 12 digits long.
They will email you once the change has been made to your account, and you then need to wait 24 hours for the change to take effect. You will then be able to direct prospects interested in buying the products from you in the country to your online shop. My business first went international when a customer in Ireland bought a Clean 9 from me back in November 2013.
The next step if you want to sponsor abroad is to then email the head office in the country you are interested in. Each country has their own head office. I recommend buying the Forever Living Products International Directory from the literature section of the website, it’s in the Literature & Accessories/Magazines and Miscellaneous area and only costs £5 in the UK. It lists the contact details of all the country managers and is a wonderful resource to show prospects too. You can also look online at the http://www.foreverliving.com website and see all the world locations.
Each country has their own joining criteria, price lists and application forms, so you can get this information from the head office to forward on to your prospect. Another tip is when you log into http://www.foreverliving.com look up to the top left had corner and you can set which country you want to view the website for. This means you can see the shop prices and download useful price lists and files for yourself from the website too.
All of the head offices around the world I have been in touch with have been incredibly helpful, so what are you waiting for? If you have an Aunty in Australia, Cousins in Cameroon, Nieces in Nigeria or Friends in France then get in touch and tell them about Forever, and your business can go international too.
If you are interested in looking into the Forever Living opportunity but don’t know anyone who can sponsor you, then get in touch and I will help get you started.