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DSHEA: Sen. Orrin Hatch’s Legacy to Direct Selling

Sen. Orrin Hatch

Photo credit: AP Photo Orrin Hatch, the senior senator from Utah—home to nearly 100 direct selling companies—will retire next month. The 84-year-old Hatch, the longest-serving Republican senator in US history, has spearheaded several initiatives during his time in Washington, including leading the Senate’s anti-terrorism bill in response to the Oklahoma City bombing, and, as a senior member of…

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Public Companies Faring Well Through First 3 Quarters of 2018

Wall Street

U.S public direct selling companies are enjoying a profitable year through the first nine months of 2018. Four billion-dollar companies—Herbalife Nutrition (up 11%), Nu Skin (up 23.7%), Primerica (up 13%) and USANA (up 14.9%)—are on track to surpass net sales from 2017. The other billion-dollar US company, Tupperware, is experiencing lower than usual sales for…

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Nu Skin Revenue Up 20% in Q3 2018

Nu Skin Building

Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE: NUS) announced third-quarter 2018 revenue of $675.3 million, an increase of 20 percent over the prior-year period. “We delivered strong year-over-year financial results with reported revenue growth in every region, highlighted by double-digit increases in Mainland China and Southeast Asia,” said Ritch Wood, chief executive officer. “This is our fourth consecutive quarter of revenue…

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Public Direct Sellers: Strong Q2 for Wellness Companies

The stocks of the six publicly traded direct selling companies we follow that are listed in the U.S., Herbalife Nutrition (HLF), Medifast (MED), Nu Skin (NUS), Tupperware (TUP), USANA (USNA) and London-based Avon Products (AVP), on balance continued their strong run in the Q2. Through the first six months of the year, our proprietary Lane…

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Nu Skin Enterprises Reports 28% Q2 Revenue Growth

Nu Skin Building

Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. announced strong second-quarter financial results with revenue of $704.2 million, up 28 percent over the prior-year period, which was $550.1 million. “We continue to successfully execute on our customer growth strategy centered on engaging platforms, enabling products and empowering programs, which led to accelerated growth,” said Ritch Wood, chief executive officer. “Our customers…

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Fragile or Agile?

Disruption is coming. How nimble is your company to weather the inevitable storm? Ten years ago, when we needed a ride, we called a cab by default. Then came Uber and Lyft, to the dismay of taxi drivers. Twenty years ago, when we wanted to buy new clothes, we drove to the mall. Then came…

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Public Direct Sellers: Q1 Momentum Continues

The six publicly traded direct selling companies we follow, whose stocks are listed in the U.S., Herbalife (HLF), Medifast (MED), Nu Skin (NUS), Tupperware (TUP), USANA (USNA) and London-based Avon Products (AVP), began 2018 in much the same fashion as how they exited 2017. On balance, trends continue favorable. In aggregate, on an equal weighted…

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Australia DSA Announces 2018 Industry Awards Winners

Sydney Harbour, Australia.

Photo: Sydney Harbour, Australia. Direct Selling Australia, the country’s leading representative body for retail direct selling, recently announced the winners of the 2018 DSA Industry Awards during its 51st Annual Conference – Experience It. The awards, which were presented by Australian television personality and model Nicky Buckley, recognized the achievements of member companies transforming the lives of those…

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Nu Skin’s 15th Annual Force for Good Day Celebrates Global Humanitarian Efforts

Provo, Utah-based Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. recently celebrated its 15th annual Force for Good Day by participating in humanitarian projects in more than 20 countries, including local community projects focused on improving the lives of tens of thousands of children. At Nu Skin’s global headquarters, more than 1,500 Nu Skin corporate employees teamed up with United Way…

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