long-standing, proven, and lucrative business model that allows parents to earn a second income
In today’s cost-of-living crisis, many families find themselves needing a second income, and often one that can be worked on a flexible hours basis from home. For parents, balancing work, a second income, and family life can be a real challenge. That’s where the Utility Warehouse partner opportunity comes in, offering a flexible way to earn additional money, whilst working flexibly alongside family commitments. This article features the stories of three mothers – Rikki, Jade, and Emma – who have solved their own specific financial challenges, and discovered other rewards through the UW Partner opportunity.
Utility Warehouse (UW) provides families with a long-standing, proven, and lucrative business model that allows parents to earn a second income by helping others to save on their utility bills. It’s an opportunity that doesn’t require a regular 9-to-5 commitment, making it ideal for busy Mum’s and Dad’s. This low-cost business fits into the nooks and crannies of everyday life, whether it’s at the school gates, during a coffee break, or at the end of the day.
Rikki's journey to balancing business with family time
Rikki, a mum of three, initially heard about Utility Warehouse as a customer. Wanting something more for herself, she decided to give the business side of things a try. With a busy life chasing after her kids and always chatting with other parents, Rikki found that talking about Utility Warehouse came naturally to her. It wasn’t just about earning extra money; it was about finding a balance that allowed her to be there for her kids while also rediscovering her own identity.
Jade achieved more than just her financial goals
Jade, a mother of two, was sceptical at first. Her goal was simple – make an extra £500 a month without having to rely on childcare. Fast forward three years, and she’s not only met her goal but exceeded it. Her success with Utility Warehouse has brought her family exciting experiences, like trips to Disneyland Florida and Greece. Jade’s story is a testament to the idea that ordinary people can achieve extraordinary things with the right opportunity.
Emma's path to financial security and quality family time
Emma, also a mum of two, didn’t fully grasp the concept of a dual income before joining Utility Warehouse. The steady income from the business meant her family’s essentials, like their mortgage, were covered each month. This financial security offered her family real choices. For Emma, it was about working hard now to have more time at home later – a goal she has happily achieved.
The experiences of Rikki, Jade, and Emma highlight the flexibility, financial stability, and family rewards that Utility Warehouse offers. Their stories show that this opportunity is more than just a way to make extra money; it’s an opportunity to balance family life and personal goals, offering a brighter future for many parents and their families.
This article focuses on real-life experiences, showing how the Utility Warehouse opportunity can offer a practical and flexible solution for Mum’s and Dad’s looking to improve their families financial circumstances, and navigate the cost-of-living crisis.
Rikki, Mum of three: “I first found out about Utility Warehouse by becoming a customer. They told me there was a business opportunity involved. I kind of turned to my husband and I said, what do you think? He said, look, what have you got to lose? I’m a mum of three, crazy but lovely kids. I needed something for myself and I kind of really lost my identity to be honest. I’m always talking to people at the school gates, my son’s nursery and play groups, sports clubs, gymnastics, sitting on the side of the swimming pool. There are so many places where I just find myself inadvertently chatting to people and it just comes so naturally. You don’t even realise you’re doing it half the time. It’s a nice balance to have between being able to be out and meeting people but still be there for the children on a day-to-day basis.”
Jade, Mother of two: “When I looked at the business for the first time, I did have reservations, is it going to work? Can I make this work? And the answer is yes, it does work, and it does fit around your life. You can work this business in the nooks and crannies of your day. When I joined, all I wanted was £500 a month because I thought with no childcare that would be really good. Three years on, I’ve exceeded that and I’m just so happy. I would definitely give you a utility warehouse to try. You’ve got absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain. The future just seems amazing now. We’ve been to Disneyland Florida last year, next year we’re going to Greece. I’ve seen people have massive success in this business, just ordinary people like me and if they can do it, I can do it and if I can do it, everyone else can.”
Emma, Mum of Two: “I didn’t really understand what a dual income meant before I joined this business. Basically, the income coming into our bank account every month, whether we worked or not, the difference that that makes when you know your mortgage is paid every month before you go to work, that gives you real choices. I realised with the opportunity of earning residual income that that would buy me back sometimes so if I could work hard, then ultimately, I’d be able to be a home more for the children and that’s where we are now.”