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Is PGG a genuine business?
The working of PGG is based on solid, sustainable busininess practices.
I guess it is also impossible to build a Ponzi sheme, when you do not ask for any form of payments besides the payments for goods/orders delivered.
It’s actually a simple process:
You could consider every free e-commerce website that we give away, as another franchise (maybe we should call it a FREE-CHISE) of the PGG brand.
The more franchises we have accross the Globe, the more we obviously should be able to sell.
Money matters - How far can I go becoming a PGG partner?
Yes you can get (relatively?) rich of joining PGG.
It all depends on your own efforts, determination, physical address (your work region), your business skills, etc..
As a rule of thumb, if you manage your business well, You should be able to generate a good income from your business.
As an example of what is possible: This is the proven track record of Gifts and Gadgets CC, our very first promotional gift business from
-2011 when we started this company on the kitchen table (making just enough money to buy a cup of coffee, and pay our internet and electricity)
-to 2016 where we had our own office a small team of 6 people, and making a good income.
It is important to note however that the economy in SA has been under severe strain (not to say that the wheels are coming off), over the last 10 years!
In other words:
If we could pull it off here in SA, most likely you can do better, with far less effort, because you get everything on a silver platter (including years of experience in this trade to back you up), while we had to figure it out from scratch .
All you need to do is start selling!
What does it take to become a PGG partner?
Yes, we do have some requirements:
- You need basic computer skills (if you can work your Facebook, then you should be good as far as that is concerned)
- You need a stable internet connection
- You need to understand and independently manage the basics of running a business:
- Communicating with your customers by email
- Sending Quotes
- Following up on Quotes
- Sending invoices
- Following up on delieveries