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If you have a passion for children's books, then why not join our team?
Thousands of Independent Usborne Organisers across the UK and Europe have created their own 'pop-up bookshops'. They sell our award-winning children's books at home, at toddler groups, pre-schools, schools, libraries, clubs, fêtes and fairs and online. By offering free or discounted books, our Organisers are able to make a real difference to literacy and learning.
Usborne Publishing is respected as one of the top children's publishers in the world. Becoming an Usborne Books at Home Organiser opens up the opportunity for you to share beautiful, high quality children's books with your family, friends and wider community, and to provide that same opportunity to others who may wish to join. As an Organiser you offer a personalised bookselling service, passing on your knowledge, passion and advice on Usborne books in this way.
The opportunity is open to anyone over the age of 18. You don't need a sales background - just a love for our books.
All new Usborne Organisers have Mentors to guide and support them to create strong, sustainable businesses.
To find an Organiser, simply email our team at head office telling us your name and location. We can put you in touch with someone who will be very happy to answer any further questions you might have about starting a business with Usborne.
If you are already in touch with an Organiser, please ensure you have their Organiser ID or their first and last name to hand during the online sign-up process so that we can assign you to their team. If you do not have a contact, you will be assigned to a Mentor once your registration is complete.
"It’s been 10 years since I joined Usborne. It has changed my life. More money, more time with the children, great friends and superb books."Natalie Fieldhouse, Independent Usborne Organiser
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