Asea executives lauded the company’s new Pleasant Grove headquarters building as a new foundation for the company’s future Monday.
“This building doesn’t represent a culmination, but a beginning for a new phase of growth,” said Jarom Webb, Asea president.
Webb and other company executives held a grand opening for the company’s new headquarters in Pleasant Grove, just off Pleasant Grove Boulevard. The 50,000-square-foot facility is less than a mile from the company’s production facility, built in 2013. Between the two buildings, the company now has the capacity to significantly grow in employees and global reach.
Asea manufactures and markets cellular health products, and in less than 10 years, the company has expanded from a handful of employees to an internationally-known direct sales company. Asea is now operating in more than 30 international markets, with more than 65,000 active distributors across the globe. Webb said the company plans to focus on opening areas in Asia over the next few years. The company already has a presence in Hong Kong and Singapore, and recently announced plans for Taiwan, Thailand and the Phillippines.
“Our vision is to become a global leader in cellular health, and this building represents a significant beginning in Asea’s chapter of realizing that
In August 2017, Igor Alberts and Andreea Cimbala archieved $2.1 million in commission per month. Last month they achieved $2.4 million per month.
Igor Alberts started his Network Marketing career exactly 30 years ago at the mother of all Networks: Amway.
He was not an overnight success in MLM, in his first 5 – 10 years he hardly made money.He did not give up!
In the last 10 years he moved fast up the ranks in different opportunities and his present opportunity is despite all critism a major win.
Igor Alberts – is born in the Netherlands, together with his business partner Andreea Cimbala he joined OneCoin – OneLife with his One Dream Team late 2015.
Andreea Cimbala stated:
‘t’s an amazing feeling to share our achievements with all the people in the team. Everybody supports each other. I love the fact that my saying get’s proven over and over again!
“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.”
Normal means mostly average. Normal is boring. Normal is just doing the same every day. Getting the same results over and over.
I don’t want to be normal, I don’t want to be mediocre.
I don’t want to be average, and for
Amy Greenfield has achieved the Diamond Executive rank at fast growing direct sales company Valentus.
This is what she had to say about her success in network marketing:
Network marketing is a wonderful industry. It’s all about self-growth, becoming a better person and helping others.
It’s about keeping a positive mindset. It’s about rewarding and celebrating each other’s accomplishments. Best of all, it’s an even playing field. Now, I live with purpose and it’s not just about making money. I have been in Network Marketing since 2008-part time but with Valentus I was able to transition to full time.
I was a court reporter for 33 years and that is hard work even though very lucrative. You’re trading your time for money and I literally worked 60 to 80 hours a week. I missed a lot of time with my children as they were growing up.
This industry allows you to work when you want, where you want, with who you want. My son is pursuing a professional hockey career and travels all over the place. I was able to follow him through several provinces in Canada and watch his team win the RBC Cup.
I never would have been able to do that had I
While the majority of office workers believe that better technology would improve productivity, research from Sharp reveals that a surprising lack of tech skills – especially among under 35s – could be the real reason behind the UK’s productivity woes. The survey of over 6,000 office workers from across Europe finds the average UK office
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Britain is revealed to rank as the fourth most micro-business dense country in the world, with 81 micro-businesses to every thousand people. The Czech Republic beats The United States and Indonesia to claim the title of country with the most per capita – with 89 for every thousand Czechs. This is according to the Global
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New research reveals a significant number of British workers feel they have been put under pressure to act unethically at work. A study for ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) suggests a quarter of workers say they have done things they believe are unethical. Examples include: talking about a colleague behind their back, misusing
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New research from T-Systems, the corporate IT and cyber-security arm of Deutsche Telekom, into cyber security behaviour and awareness finds Generation Y employees are much more likely to both over-estimate their knowledge while undertaking unsafe practices. For instance, its research shows people in their twenties and early thirties are much more likely to consider themselves
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One of the most challenging aspects of getting a business off the ground is funding. You can attempt to venture down traditional avenues to raise the money needed, but if you’re new to entrepreneurship, the odds of being able to secure funding through these channels is pretty slim. In fact, 60 per cent of start-up
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The number of people applying for UK university places fell by more than five per cent last year, with a rise in young people choosing alternatives such as apprenticeships and internships. Interestingly, this year has also seen a 19 per cent increase in employers choosing to take on apprentices rather than graduates. Apprenticeships and traineeships
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A new study from Marbles looks into the correlation between happiness, anxiety, cost of living, and disposable income across the UK to map out the effects of one on the other. Comprising several maps to cover different comparisons, it offers a visual guide to how finances relate to emotional state, as well as the wealth
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