Access to a Free Curriculum Package from the Direct Selling Education Foundation

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What a great NACCE 2016 conference! Now that you are back home, theDirect Selling Education Foundation (DSEF) would like to give you a parting gift that will help make your entrepreneurship program more timely, cutting edge and industry connected. DSEF is offering you the opportunity to become one of their Ed Partners, which offers you FREE access to their curriculum on the topic of direct selling entrepreneurship. Not familiar with Direct Selling Entrepreneurship? If you know companies like Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, Amway, and Scentsy, then you know a direct seller. But the industry is so much more than just great products and services being sold person-to-person through independent sales consultants. The direct selling channel of distribution is an innovative strategy to take your students’ and clients’ business concept to the next stage, and we want to help you understand more about this mainstream go-to-market strategy. By clicking on this link and completing a short registration form, you will receive a link to a digital curriculum folder, which includes presentation slides, an instructor’s manual, and sample syllabi that shows you how to incorporate the material into existing courses. The goal at the Foundation is to have you use this industry-supported information as you believe it will be most valuable to your students and your community. All they ask of you in return is to let them know when you used it (by semester) and how many students and individuals you reached using the curriculum materials. And you also get connected to Dr. Christine Pigsley, who is available to consult with you on creative and effective ways to use the curriculum in the classroom and the community.

Are you ready to become part of the Direct Selling Entrepreneurship family of educators? Click here, and feel free to contact Christine if you have any questions. DSEF looks forward to seeing you again next year at the NACCE17 Conference in Tampa.

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December 12, 2016