Posts Tagged ‘Deborah Heisz’

Neora Files Suit Challenging FTC’s Improper Attempt to Change Direct Selling Laws

Neora

In a statement released today, Neora, a leading skincare and wellness products direct selling company, states that the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) has recently targeted the direct selling industry, trying to change the way direct sales companies can operate without going through the proper legislative process or formal rulemaking. Not only has Neora rejected an…

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Hitting Back At Fraud

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Direct selling companies are coming up with creative ways to catch bad actors. As direct sellers, we’re intimately familiar with Amazon’s disruption of the retail market, otherwise known as the Amazon effect. We can’t deny that it’s driven millions of consumers online, giving both brick-and-mortar outlets and other e-commerce sites a serious run for their…

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Neora: A Company for a New Era

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With the launch of a new name and compensation plan, Neora brings a new aura to the company formerly known as Nerium International.   Neora (formerly Nerium International) Founded: 2011 Headquarters: Addison, Texas Top Executive: Jeff Olson, Founder and CEO | Deborah Heisz, Co-CEO Products: Skincare, Personal Care and Wellness   In the beginning, there was…

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The State of Cybersecurity in 2019

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Late last year I pulled up at a gas station to pay for gas and my credit card gets denied. That’s strange I think to myself, there’s money in there. Moments later I get a call from my bank asking me if I had tried to make the following three purchases. Puzzled, I tell her…

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The Power Of Positive Psychology

The Power Of Positive Psychology

“I’ll be happy when I…” You’ve probably had this thought; most of us have. Common conditions for happiness include everything from earning that promotion, getting a raise, or changing jobs to meeting one’s future spouse, having a family, buying that car you’ve wanted, or moving into a bigger house or to a new city. Many…

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