• WELCOME TO THE TEAM!

    Read this and follow the instructions before training.

    Hello! We’re excited for you to start training with us. On this page are some resources with some more information about our business.

     

    Training is a 3-day seminar designed to ensure our representatives feel comfortable and confident to start working with us. The three days are consecutive and must be completed without any missed days.

     

    Training will be held using Zoom, a virtual classroom system. Make sure to have Zoom downloaded on your laptop/computer (not your phone) ready to use before training, since training starts promptly at the times provided by your manager.

     

    Dress smart casual and be prepared to attend training with your camera and microphone on in an environment without many distractions. We will send out the link to the training the day of.

     

    Feel free to reach out to your manager with any questions!

     

    Read Further ⬇

  • Included Docs / Videos:

    Just the Facts

    Breaks down everything about the position in full detail. Click here to view document.

    Presidents Club Letter

    Letter that our representatives can earn from the president & CEO of Vector. Our CEO is the #27 best CEO in the US, rating higher than the CEOs of Amazon, Facebook, Google, Chipotle, and Lyft. Click here to view letter.

    How to Use Zoom

    Brief guide on how to use Zoom for those who have yet to use it. Click here to view how-to.

    Recommend Friends

    This is an invitation, not an obligation. If you know anyone that you would enjoy working with, that's looking for a job, or that you think would do well with us, you can recommend them here.

  • Video: About Vector Marketing in 7 Minutes or Less

    Video describing the company and position in full detail.

    Pay Video

    Breakdown of pay and some of our product line. (NOTE: Pay has been increased to $20 per appointment)

  • HOW DO PEOPLE FEEL ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE WITH VECTOR?

    “Based on employee reviews posted on Glassdoor, an online platform for former and current employees to review companies, 24/7 Wall Street identified the best American companies to work for. Out of a universe of hundreds, only 18 large companies received a score of more than 4 out of 5 stars.“ We were number 12!

     

     

    Not to mention... Our office has had 20 student scholarship winners!

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    In 2019 and 2020, Comparably awarded Vector Marketing as...

    • #27 Best CEO in America
    • #23 Best Company Culture
    • Top 50 for Best Company Compensation
    • Top 50 for Best Company Perks & Benefits
    • Top 50 for Best Company for Leadership
    • Top 50 for Best Company for Diversity
    • Top 50 for Best Company for Professional Development
    • Top 50 for Best Company for Women
    • Top 50 for Best CEOs for Women
    • Top 50 for Best Company Work-Life Balance
    • Top 50 for Best Company Happiness

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    “One way or another, successful entrepreneurs need to be able to convince other people to do stuff — aka ”sell.” Whether it’s getting a venture capitalist to invest, an engineer to quit their day job to join your startup, a customer to buy your product or your co-founder to agree with your decision, a solid grasp of how to pitch and close is handy, if not fundamental.”
    Chester Ng, Entrepreneur

     

    #1 Best Summer Job for College Students

    “Vector Marketing for Cutco creates a supportive, innovative and positive working environment for students.”

    Lauren Robers, College Magazine

     

    DECA 2017 Marlene Morbitt-Dunn National Advisory Board Partner of the Year

    “These are skills Mr. Williams says he has touted in every job search he’s conducted and used every job he’s worked in. What’s more, he and others say, the experience has caught the eye of recruiters and interviewers.”
    Sarah E. Needleman, Wall Street Journal

    #12 Best U.S. Companies to Work For 2019

     

    #16 Best Company for Diversity

    "Among the roughly 1.5 million Cutco alumni are successful people like Uber cofounder and former CEO Travis Kalanick, comedian Daniel Tosh, and David Plouffe, a senior adviser to Barack Obama and the manager of his 2008 presidential campaign.

     

    Successful people credit Cutco, the company that recruits college kids to sell knives, with teaching them business lessons that last for life”
    Mark Abadi, Business Insider

     

    #22 in Best Workplaces for Millennials™ 2019