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The Growth of Direct Selling 
Direct selling makes a significant contribution to the UK economy each year and is an increasingly popular way for thousands of people to be their own boss with minimal upfront financial outlay. 
We are witnessing a significant widening in the range of people looking to earn additional income through direct selling including more men, under-25s and  
over 50's. 
Direct selling allows people to work the hours they choose, fitting around any other commitments such as family or study. It is a highly flexible, entrepreneurial way of working, and very appealing to many people who want to run their  
own business. 
In contrast to the difficult traditional jobs market, direct selling allows anyone to set up and run their own business and is open to everyone over the age of 18 regardless of gender, background, education or race.  
The Benefits 
Direct selling allows anyone over the age of 18, regardless of background or prior experience to set up and run their own business. It is a flexible option with minimal outlay allowing people to work the hours they choose with no dependency on the traditional jobs market. 
It is easy and cheap to start your own direct selling business - on average £100 for a business kit and sample products. 
Earnings vary depending on the time and effort invested. 
Direct selling is the UK's largest provider of part time, independent earning opportunities with over 400,000 people involved in direct selling in the UK. 
Direct selling accounts for sales in excess of £2billion annually in the UK. 
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