Become Our Partner

Become Our Partner. You should be one of  those having several streams of income.There are hidden millionaires who are even your friends.They form partnerships. That opportunity we are offering you today. So what are you waiting for.Be glad to come aboard a wonderful platform. We are waiting for your action after going through our business plan.

OUR BUSINESS PLAN

Let me introduce you to a business. It is the sale of BF SUMA health products.

The terms of the business

  1. Each customer that purchases a product through you, you get instant 15% from the gross.
  2. Introduce 20 persons to buy, additional 5% is given to you at the end of the month or business period.
  3. Introduce 5 persons to partner with us earn additional 2% monthly from their effort.
  4. Do not receive advanced payment from people.
  5. Inform us about the client, we send the product to client or come to the office with the client to make payment.
  6. Use only our price list on this website

Contact us now and start making money :

Call:08115206725

Send email :eduonlineafrica@gmail.com

 

4 thoughts on “Become Our Partner”

  1. Clement Ijudu

    This is a great way to make money. No registration fee! You start without money and earn instantly.No limit ti amount you earn.

  2. Charles Dauda

    I lost my job following downsizing. With the little money giving to me by our company, I registered as a distributor in BF SUMA and started the business. Within six months I was asking myself , why I have been wasting my time. I earn ten times more than my former job and with the satisfaction of helping others to be healthy.

  3. 5 Lessons for Strong Business Partnerships
    Patrick Hull
    The adage that two brains are better than one may explain why a lot of entrepreneurs and small business owners, including me, create partnerships. However, it’s not just those brains that should work well together. Partners’ personalities need to get along too.

    As a serial entrepreneur who’s launched many companies, I’ve made a number of partnerships. Along the way, I’ve learned some lessons when creating those partnerships.

    Among the most helpful tips that I’ve discovered is making sure that you get along with your business partner. It’s important to find someone who complements your skills, but don’t underestimate the importance liking one another.

    Communication is another big part of a business relationship. I spoke with business partners constantly to ensure we were on the same page and each knew what the other one was working on. I believe that ongoing dialogue is so important because it helps to reduce the risk of assumptions and encourages you to stay focused on your shared vision. Of course, there is likely going to be some miscommunication and disagreement. That’s ok. But I’ve found that open communication with my partners minimizes misunderstandings and helps us work through them more quickly.

    There’s a great article from earlier this year about a long-lasting business partnership and communication is a theme that runs throughout.

    I’ve learned many things about creating and maintaining partnerships during the past two decades. Although there are dozens of tips, here are five key lessons:

    Clear expectations: I’ve also learned the hard way that people, including business partners, can’t read my mind. I believe business partners should consistently set their expectations with each other.
    Think about your clients: When evaluating a potential business partnership, I look at my weaknesses and what I need help with. I also think about my clients and what type of partnership would benefit them.
    Mutually beneficial: It might sound obvious, but still should be noted. Partnerships should be mutually beneficial. In my experience, both sides need to gain something from the relationship for it to be worthwhile.
    It’s ok to walk away: Like any relationship, a business partnership holds a great deal of promise. However, sometimes it doesn’t work out. That’s alright. Don’t stay in a business partnership if you believe it’s no longer viable. I’ve learned that it’s better to end the partnership and regroup than to force something that’s not working.
    Of course, there are many more best practices for partnerships, but I’d recommend keeping these in mind. They’ve worked well for me.

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