Dave Thornton, founder of Thornton & Lowe, discusses how he put PI insurance in place for his bid consultancy business. What is your business, when did you start it, and why? Thornton & Lowe is a bid writing, management and bid consultancy business. I started the company as a sole trader in 2009, while working
The post How I put PI insurance in place for my bid consultancy company appeared first on Small Business.
WorldVentures Holdings LLC, parent company of the travel industry’s direct-sales leader — WorldVentures, a global vacation and lifestyle club — announces the appointment of Josh Paine as chief executive officer (CEO).
Josh will oversee day-to-day strategic and operational decisions, elevate the brand, strengthen the leadership team and enhance the overall growth of WorldVentures Holdings.
“Josh has a passion for instilling organizations with a strong sense of purpose while building an award-winning culture, making him a great asset to the team.
We’re excited to add his strong leadership to our Holdings level c-suite, so please join us in welcoming Josh Paine to our One Big Team,” says WorldVentures Founder and Chief Visionary Officer Wayne Nugent.
Prior to accepting his position with WorldVentures Holdings, Josh served as CEO of Rovia, LLC, one of the entities of WorldVentures Holdings. Rovia is an industry-leading travel and lifestyle service provider offering turnkey solutions for business partners and membership-based travel companies. Additionally, he led the strategic direction of his team as managing partner for Providence Interactive Capital, LLC.
He also served as CEO and chief financial officer of CheapCaribbean.com, Inc., the No. 1 U.S. provider of beach vacations in the Caribbean and Mexico. Early in his career, he worked with
Although Zee Walasa only joined TLC in January of 2017, she has already achieved the rank of National Director and an average monthly salary hovering around $25,000. Like many of TLC’s IBOs, Zee’s first encounter with the brand was as a consumer.
“All I wanted was the tea,” she recalls with a smile.
“I just needed to lose weight and wasn’t interested in the business aspect at all. I had promised myself that I would never get into these network marketing schemes.”
But, as fate would have it, Chanita Foster, the American she contacted about purchasing Iaso® tea, was visiting South Africa and brought her the products in person.
“I was instantly thrilled by the quality of what she’d given me, and curious about how the sales side worked,” she says. The relationship the two women forged resulted in Zee joining TLC with Chanita as her sponsor.
Chanita, whom Zee sometimes refers to affectionately as “Coach,” helped her get her local business started. “I wasn’t quite sure what I’d gotten myself into, as I had never done network marketing before. I had my first tea party right away. Coach Chanita came into my living room and did the presentation for me. I had over 30
Florida-based video marketing and direct selling company Talk Fusioncontinued its lengthy streak of back-to-back innovative releases with the launch of two new recruiting websites, JoinTalkFusion.com and TalkFusionInstantPay.com, last week.
The sites will further aid Talk Fusion Independent Associates in promoting and sharing the award-winning video products and business opportunity with people and businesses in over 140 countries.
Bob Reina, the company’s Founder & CEO, took to Facebook Live on Wednesday, September 13th to demonstrate the features, concept, and benefits of the new promotional sites before thousands of global viewers. Reina—a 25-year direct selling industry veteran—said, “This is the most concise marketing site I have seen in this industry. It is all here; a ‘one-stop shop.’”
On JoinTalkFusion.com, visitors can learn all about the company in four simple steps. They are first encouraged to watch a one-minute product video that features Talk Fusion Video Email.
Next, they can view a five-minute lifestyle video hosted by Bob Reina. Should they need more information before getting started, visitors are invited to take the third step—visiting TalkFusionInstantPay.com—where they can attend the next live Opportunity Presentation and also read the success stories of Talk Fusion’s top leaders. JoinTalkFusion.com concludes with a call-to-action to sign up.
“This business is all about
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation (OTCQB: FVRG), a global direct marketing company and provider of health and wellness products, recently announced its new wearable technology called CareWear™.
The presale of the device, with continuous monitoring from the health application GoHeart, is a limited time offer with an unprecedented association of use with the company’s nutrition products.
“ForeverGreen is in a unique position where the CareWear device becomes the catalyst for people to monitor and manage their lives with a health dashboard, and see the results from use of ForeverGreen nutrition products,”
said ForeverGreen CEO Rick Redford.
“Global sales for the wearable technology market is expected to exceed $34 billion in 2020, according to CCS Insight.
The strength of our message is that the device is a piece of a much bigger strategy we are calling the, ‘Total Health Experience.’”
CareWear, in combination with daily use of ForeverGreen nutritional products, is what the company is positioning as the Total Health Experience that completes the periphery of nature, science, products, education and technology formulated in research and development of all the company’s product offerings.
CareWear is available in North America, select countries in Latin America, Europe, Caribbean and Israel.
Members who participate in the presale also may opt-into a case study
LifeVantage Corporation (Nasdaq:LFVN) held its second annual Canada Leadership Academy on September 9, 2017 in Vancouver, BC.
LifeVantage is a Triple A classified opportunity by Business For Home. The company is deeply rooted in science. Their flagship product, Protandim, the Nrf2 Synergizer, has been validated by peer-reviewed studies conducted in the laboratories of respected universities such as The Ohio State University, LSU and the University of Colorado Denver.
More than 450 people attended the highly anticipated event that featured keynote speakers, including LifeVantage President and CEO, Darren Jensen, Senior VP of Research and Development, Nathalie Chevreau, and Senior VP of Field Development, Dave Fleming.
“For the second straight year, our Canadian distributors and customers demonstrated why there has never been a better time to be part of this company,”
“Their energy and enthusiasm was incredible, and we’re already excited to see what next year brings.”
The event’s theme focused on LifeVantage’s new market position as a world leader in biohacking. Speakers also announced new company-wide technology innovations.
“This was an incredible opportunity to talk to our distributors face-to-face,” says Fleming.
“We’re in the middle of an exciting transformation, and Canada is going to play a big part in our future success.”
After the event, attendees were given the opportunity
What scares you most about your career? Interviews can be terrifying while the thought of giving a public presentation can send shivers down your spine. If these sound familiar, don’t worry, you’re not alone. New research from marketing recruitment specialists, Forward Role, reveals what the general public fear most about their job. Thirteen per cent
The post What goes bump in the office? Five biggest fears about our careers appeared first on Small Business.
The biggest obstacle to the growth of Britain’s business enterprises is poor time management, new research reveals. A recent study commissioned by online printing company, instantprint, which polled the time-keeping habits of 500 SME business owners, has revealed sub-optimal time management as a major barrier to business growth. In an average working week a typical
The post Poor time management, an obstacle to Britain’s economy appeared first on Small Business.
Disagreement can damage business relationships and the effectiveness of interactions. Yet that doesn’t mean disagreement is wrong – just that it needs to be constructive. When teams and groups are working effectively they use disagreeing and supporting verbal behaviours in equal amounts. There’s a balance to the interactions. A yin and a yang. Here, disagreeing
The post How to disagree constructively in business appeared first on Small Business.
What questions should new businesses be asking themselves when it comes to tax? Laurence Field, tax partner at national audit, tax and advisory firm, Crowe Clark Whitehill provides the all-important answers to the key questions. When it comes to start-ups there are a lot of things that need to be considered and tax implications are
The post Tax implications for business start-ups appeared first on Small Business.