If Gen X workers began the erosion of the lifetime career by increasing the frequency with which they moved from company to company, millennials have completely obliterated it.
YesVideo, an innovative media transfer service, invested $6 million and its expansive operational support to create a social-selling subsidiary, Legacy Republic, last year.
When people sign up with a direct sales company, many do so with at least some level of intent to create a business.
The year is winding down and soon 2016 will be upon us, but here at Direct Selling News, we already feel as if we have turned the page to a new chapter by completing our move into our new headquarters.
Young Living is a company that has mastered the art of continuous growth. Since its founding in 1993, the company has steadily built a loyal following of customers and distributors across the globe.
Finding the right strategic partner to help a business grow and succeed is no easy task.
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Don’t worry. It’s not as technical as you might think. This quick guide will get you up and A/B testing in no time.
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One of the most important basics for a Direct Selling Company: Does the CEO have MLM – Network marketing field leadership experience?. If not, it rarely will be a succesfull journey….
In March 2015 we reported LiveSmart360 was in trouble: Leaders not paid, vendors not paid, employee lay-offs.
Chuck Hallberg, an investor without MLM field leader experience, and CEO, took over in Early 2014 replacing Founder Mark McCool. Contrary to the statement provided to us by the Company, this transition was not peaceful.
According to an email to the distributors:
“It is with deep regret that we write to formally inform you of the permanent closure of all LiveSmart 360 & Sora Wellness business operations.
We have had a long history within our industry and have forged many friendships and invaluable partnerships around the world; but have since found it impossibly
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Juha Parhiala and his business partner Per Karlsson have hit the $1 million per month mark with their OneCoin distributorship. Juha is from Finland and Per from Sweden, Juha resides in Thailand since many years. Their worldwide organisation has $45 million volume per week and OneCoin has worldwide 600,000+ members.
Remarkable, as digital currency MLM OneCoin has started in September 2014, the company is headquartered in Europe with worldwide operations.
Asia is Onecoin’s stronghold, however the company is expanding quickly in Europe thanks to the merger with Conligus in April 2015, who had a massive base there. The Steinkeller brothers, the founders of Conligus are at the $550,000 per month mark.
Juha has build 6 positions and max out 4 of them. In Onecoin he is a Black Diamond with in his downline: