Arbonne International, Herbalife Ltd., LifeVantage Corp., Neways, Tastefully Simple, ViSalus, International Association of Working Mothers,Read More
In celebration of their efforts, along with the celebration of all women in the corporate home offices, Direct Selling News recognizes 20 of the most influential executive women in direct selling.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
The Pink Economy. The Pink Collar Movement. The Pink Revolution.
No matter what you prefer to call this powerful phenomenon, one thing is certain: Women have been painting the direct selling world pink for more than a century.
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
Even before she founded Tastefully Simple Inc. in 1995, Jill Blashack Strahan, now CEO of the company, was already practicing “giving with gratitude.” Her simple philosophy to recognize the abundance in her own life, and in gratitude to give back to others, became the foundation on which she built Tastefully Simple.Read More
Today more than 15 million people in the United States are engaged in a direct sales organization. While statistics from the Direct Selling Association show an annual increase in the overall salesforce growth rate over the past decade, the reality is that many of these first-time entrepreneurs will fall short of their dreams and disappear.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
Think back about 30 years. It was 1980. Unemployment was high, interest rates were higher, and we escaped to the movies to see E.T., Star Wars and Batman. It was also the last time direct selling experienced a decline in sales.Read More