A recent interview with Australia-based ANZ Bank Chief Economist Paul Gruenwald signaled good news for direct selling companies doing business in The Philippines: the country’s economy is in a sweet spot, and the future outlook is favorable.Read More
Painting a picture of the global direct selling industry really depends on perspective. From a direct selling point of view, the rules of perspective allow the entrepreneur to be a participant in creating their new reality as an independent business owner. That is true opportunity.Read More
Direct selling is alive and doing well in Peru. The industry, which is the largest category within non-store retailing in the country, has allowed hundreds of thousands of Peruvians to create their own business opportunities, and also helped to reduce poverty. And, according to industry leaders, the future looks bright.Read More
The Indian direct selling industry officially began in 1995.
If you only had two words to describe India, they could well be vast and varied.
There are thousands of direct selling companies—many with similar products, services, compensation opportunities and management capabilities.Read More
When we published the DSN Global 100 ranking last year, it was the first time in the history of the industry that a comprehensive list of the top 100 revenue-generating direct selling companies …Read More
After hearing the details of the much-anticipated Irish ‘bail-out’ by the EU, it’s doubtful the economic situation here will see much improvement over the next few months and into the coming year.Read More
Beauty and personal care products remain a cornerstone of the direct selling industry.Read More
Yes, we are ambitious. Direct Selling News and all of the companies in this industry, that is. No challenge is too great. To illustrate this point, DSN created the Global 100, the top direct selling companies in the world, based on 2009 year-end wholesale revenue (in U.S. dollars).Read More