PPE Sales and Commission Opportunity

About Us

United Kingdom Rejuvenation Centre (UKRC) is a London-based medical institute. Our business includes high-end medical services, national training in medical aesthetic techniques, research and development of innovative products in rejuvenation medicine, import & export of medical and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). We have teams in Europe, North America, North Africa and China. By teaming up with sourcing, inspection, research & development, and marketing teams, we supply high-quality products worldwide.

Sales Opportunity

UKRC are looking for commission based sales representatives who can help increase our PPE range visibility into shops, pharmacies and other sales outlets in order to drive sales  of PPE equipment.

This exciting opportunity is a unique proposition and not one to be missed!

During Covid times are tough and we recognise that people are looking to increase their income, but looking for ways to fit it into their current jobs, whether working from home, out and about on the road traveling or looking for a part time opportunity where they can challenge themselves and make more money on the move!

PPE is going to be here for some time in the current climate, and our mission is to provide high quality PPE, fully certified, tested and approved products. 

This business model has massive potential to increase your income and also could help you develop your selling skills!

 

How much does the display stand and stock cost?

This is what we mean about a unique proposition….

There is NO cost to the stock or the stand.

All the store / location has to do is provide a location, take payment at the price we have set for the products.

If they need more stock we will delivery it to them to keep the stand full.

They will need to keep the stand clean, tidy and well maintained.

They will need to report their stock on hand and the stock sold.

Each month we will reconcile the stocks sold and we will invoice them for 50% of the retail price.

They keep 50% of the retail price.

Simple really!

How does it work?

You identify a store or location which can sell PPE

  1. You sign them up for a display stand and issue us the details of the location, images of the proposed location and contact details of the person who will make the decision in store to site the product stand
  2. If we approve the location for a display stand, we will issue a contract , copy of the terms along with details of the products and product prices
  3. Once the contract is returned to us signed, we will arrange for the stand to be delivered to the location along with the goods
  4. The store will need to merchandise the stand to our requirements, they will need to take a picture of the merchandised stand showing it in the agreed location and correctly stocked and priced
  5. We will then pay you £15 for the successful installation of the stand
  6. We then ask that you periodically keep in contact with the store or location, you can do this via email, call, personal visit, whatsapp? It’s up to you
….. Remember the more they sell then the more the stand makes………. and this will benefit you too.

What other benefits are in it for me?

The great news is, for EVERY £2,500 of REVENUE split per location YOU will be paid £250!

That means each location only needs to make £5,000 of sales for you to get your share of the Revenue.

In addition, the display stand will also include a treatment referral voucher for our soft surgery treatments. For each treatment successfully completed and referred via your store / location you will receive a £10 bonus award!

So the more effort made in driving sales and the more profitable that location, the more money you will make.

Choosing the right location with the most opportunity is really worth the hard work!

There are no territories, there are no specific shops you should focus on, however the bigger, the better for both you and UKRC.

BUT WAIT.... There's more!

We want to help you increase your income further!

With our Plexr Soft Surgery service we are offering you the opportunity to refer patients to our service. 

When a patient is referred and has a treatment, not only will the patient get £50 off their treatment. You will also be paid £50 for the referral!

We will supply you with stickers to advertise the service and also your unique referral code! All you need to do is hand out the stickers to interested customers!

What we will provide you with...

To help you make things a success we will provide you with the following in our welcome pack:

  • PPE leaflet outlining the products available including images of the stand
  • On the reverse of the leaflet we will detail information about the referral scheme
  • There is a space at the bottom of the leaflet for your contact details. We will provide you with stickers to put onto your leaflet with your name and phone number
  • We will provide you with a sticker showcasing the Plexr Clinic referral service, this can be positioned facing the customer
  • We will issue you with referral code stickers, this is your unique reference number

Our team are available for any support and questions you may have!

So in summary...

  • £15 for each stand successfully installed

  • £250 for every stand with a profit share revenue of £2,500 and for each consecutive £2,500 profit share revenue

  • £50 for each personal referral on successful treatment completion at one of our clinics

  • £10 for each display location referral on successful treatment completion at one of our clinics

INTERESTED AND WANT TO SIGN UP?.....

Simply enter your details below and we will send you over a welcome pack.

Please ensure that you complete the details accurately and in full.

If you need more information just let us know and we will be happy to arrange a call with you to discuss.

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This Framework Collaboration Agreement is Between You (Party A) and the United Kingdom Rejuvenation Centre Limited, Registered address: 160 City Road,
London, England, EC1V 2NX, Company Number 12027493, VAT Number GB348354383 (Party
B).
The Parties to this agreement wish to establish a framework to govern their respective rights and
obligations in relation to their intention to cooperate and jointly set up a series of collaborations
(the " PPE Display and Referral Scheme").
The framework for the PPE Display and Referral Scheme is set out below:
1. Scope of the PPE Display and Referral Scheme.
Delivery sales via commission based sales representatives who can help increase our PPE
range visibility into shops, pharmacies and other sales outlets in order to drive sales of PPE
equipment provided by Party B (the “PPE Display and Referral Scheme”).
2. Collaboration Project Responsibilities.
2.1 Party A responsibilities:
2.1.1 Identify and visit location where a PPE display stand can be suitably placed.
2.1.2 Make contact with the location and discuss opportunities for profit sharing
partnership with UKRC
2.1.3 Providing contact details as per requirements outlined by UKRC
2.1.4 Submission of Contact details and images via online submissions form
(https://ukppedirect.com/bdmsubmit/)
2.1.5 Ensuring the successful installation of the display stand
2.1.6 Providing follow up contact with the location ensuring that the location have stock
and the stand is located in the correct location within the store or location
2.1.7 Advertising Soft Surgery services via stickers
2.1.8 Issuing potential customers referral vouchers / leaflets relating to services
2.1.9 Requesting additional materials/ marketing items where required
2.1.10 Advise Party B of any stock requirements for display stands where Party A has
been contacted by the store / location
2.1.11 Issuing a written invoice to Party B for any commissions notified by Party B to
Party A in order to allow payment of awarded commissions
2.1.12 If Party A wishes to cancel the Frame Work Agreement, Party A will forfeit any
payments due at then end of the agreed termination date
2.2 Party B shall be responsible for:
2.2.1 Providing Party A with marketing materials approved by Party B
2.2.2 Approval, contract and client management services for PPE display store
2.2.3 Reviewing and monitoring of sales at the approved location
2.2.4 Delivery of welcome pack and materials
2.2.5 Calculating commissions based on sales
2.2.5.1 Calculation are based on the following terms:
2.2.5.1.1 £15 will be awarded for the successful sign up and installation of a
PPE display within a store / location
2.2.5.1.2 £250 will be awarded for each PPE display producing £2,500 sales
revenue profit, i.e. the display stand will produce £5,000 of total
sales and the split revenue share between UKRC and the Shop/
location will be 50%, therefore the split of £2,500 is the level of
revenue profit
2.2.5.1.3 £50 will be awarded for each personal referral on successful
treatment completion at one of our clinics
2.2.5.1.4 £10 will be awarded for each display location referral on successful
treatment completion at one of our clinics
2.2.5.1.5 All commissions will be at the discretion of Party B and Party B
reserves the right to no make payment where a breach of the contract
has been identified or a display stand has been revoked
2.2.6 Ability to revoke / cancel a contract without notice where sales or material breach
for whatsoever reason has occurred
3. Invoicing, Charges and Service Fees
3.1 Party B will provide a UK legal entity and handling office for invoicing.
3.2 Each Party shall be responsible for its own tax liabilities, if applicable.
4. Indemnity
4.1 Each party (indemnifying party) shall indemnify the other party (indemnified party)
against all liabilities, costs, expenses, damages and losses (including but not limited to
any direct losses, penalties and legal costs) suffered or incurred by the indemnified
Party arising out of or in connection with the indemnifying party’s breach of any term
of this agreement.
4.2 The indemnifying party’s negligent performance or non-performance of this agreement.
4.3 Any Claim (as defined below) made against the indemnified Party by a third Party
arising out of or in connection with the Project, to the extent that such Claim arises out
of the breach, negligent performance or failure or delay in performance of this
agreement by the indemnifying party, its employees, agents or subcontractors; or
4.4 Any Claim made against the indemnified Party by a third party for death, personal
injury or damage to property arising out of or in connection with the Collaboration
Project, to the extent that such claim is attributable to the acts or omissions of the
indemnifying party, its employees, agents or subcontractors.
4.5 For the avoidance of doubt, notwithstanding anything else in this Agreement, Party B
is not subject to any duty to indemnify Party A for any claims in connection with the
Collaboration Project, unless such claim is solely based on obvious translation errors
by Party B.
4.6 If any third party makes a claim, or notifies an intention to make a claim, against the
indemnified party which may reasonably be considered likely to give rise to a liability
under this indemnity (Claim), the indemnified party shall give written notice of the
Claim to the indemnifying party, specifying the nature of the Claim in reasonable detail;
4.7 Not make any admission of liability, agreement or compromise in relation to the Claim
without the prior written consent of the indemnifying party (such consent not to be
unreasonably conditioned, withheld or delayed), provided that the indemnified party
may settle the Claim (after giving prior written notice of the terms of settlement (to the
extent legally possible) to the indemnifying party, but without obtaining the
indemnifying party's consent) if the indemnified party reasonably believes that failure
to settle the Claim would be prejudicial to it in any material respect;
4.8 Give the indemnifying Party and its professional advisers access at reasonable times
(on reasonable prior notice) to its premises and its officers, directors, employees, agents,
representatives or advisers, and to any relevant assets, accounts, documents and records
within the power or control of the indemnified party, so as to enable the indemnifying
Party and its professional advisers to examine them and to take copies (at the
indemnifying party's expense) for the purpose of assessing the Claim; and
4.9 Subject to the indemnifying party providing security to the indemnified party to the
indemnified party's reasonable satisfaction against any claim, liability, costs, expenses,
damages or losses which may be incurred, take such action as the indemnifying party
may reasonably request to avoid, dispute, compromise or defend the Claim.
4.10 If a payment due from the indemnifying party under this clause is subject to tax
(whether by way of direct assessment or withholding at its source), the indemnified
party shall be entitled to receive from the indemnifying party such amounts as shall
ensure that the net receipt, after tax, to the indemnified party in respect of the payment
is the same as it would have been were the payment not subject to tax.
4.11 Nothing in this clause shall restrict or limit the indemnified party's general obligation
at law to mitigate a loss it may suffer or incur as a result of an event that may give rise
to a claim under this indemnity.
5. Insurance
5.1 For the duration of the Collaboration Project each Party shall ensure that it maintains
in force, with a reputable insurance company, appropriate insurance coverage to cover
any possible claims that may be brought for the Collaboration Project.
6. Limitation and exclusion of liability
Save as provided in Clause 4, nothing in this agreement shall limit or exclude a party's
liability:
6.1 For death or personal injury caused by its own negligence, or that of its employees,
agents or sub-contractors;
6.2 For fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation;
6.3 For breach of any obligation as to title or quiet possession implied by statute;
6.4 For any other act, omission, or liability which may not be limited or excluded by law.
6.5 Neither party shall have any liability to the other party, whether in contract, tort
(including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, for any loss of profit, or
for any indirect or consequential loss arising under or in connection with this agreement.
6.6 The parties expressly agree that if any limitation or provision contained or expressly
referred to in this clause is held to be invalid under any applicable statute or rule of law,
it shall, to that extent, be deemed omitted.
7. Confidentiality Each Party shall treat as confidential and not disclose to any third party
without the prior consent of the other Party any information of a technical, economic, or
financial nature that has been or will be made available to it by the other parties in the course
of the preparation and negotiation of this project.
8. Governing Law This Framework Collaborative Agreement shall be governed by the laws of
England.
9. Signature. This Agreement is signed electronically by the Parties and effective upon the submission date.