marcus evans is a fairly large events management company. They run several conferences and seminars yearly, in multiple fields and countries. Multiple salepeople, in several offices handle each event. There is no communication between salespeople, and no do not call list. If a salesperson contacts someone, and they say no, they can be contacted multiple times, by multiple people indefinitly.
I went in for a job interview, and was hired immediatly. I went in for training, and started the job. The base salary in Canada was 1000$/month, but you are promised very high, attainable commisions. There were 11 people in my training session, and 3 months later, only 1 remained. There were training session every other week, with an average of 10-20 people. In fact, I was told that if 1 person in 100 stays for more then a year, they are lucky.
In terms of commision, that was very tough going. When I worked there, you had to earn more then your base salary per month to earn a commision. So, I had to sell 5 packages per month, before I got commision. This was a very high number, and hard to attain. I saw people who had been there for over a year, and still weren't always making monthly commision.
Lastly, my office was losing lots of employees to another company. I got an interview at that company, and marcus evans served them an injunction, making it impossible for me to get a job there, even though it was in a completly different field.
Basically, marcus evans recruits as many people as they can, because if you make 1 sale per month, it pays for you. The product they offer is fairly average, and the way they sell it is down right annoying. They promise promotions, but only if you hit certain sales targets, then you are automatically promoted (so most of there managers are fairly inept, they just happen to be good at being really annoying). If you get a job there, don't waste your time like I did.