Posts Tagged ‘Herbalife’

Herbalife Nutrition Launches Iced Coffee Product

Herbalife Iced Coffee

Herbalife Nutrition entered the $38 billion coffee industry yesterday the launch of a Mocha High Protein Iced Coffee. The company’s recent global breakfast survey of over 8,000 people revealed that in the U.S. specifically, more than 60 percent of consumers drink coffee daily. Younger coffee drinkers are driving the iced coffee category growth—in 2017, more than 50…

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Herbalife Named Corporate Partner for UN Responsible Business Forum

United Nations

Herbalife Nutrition has been named a corporate partner for the United Nation’s Responsible Business Forum on Sustainable Development 2018. This is the third consecutive year the Los Angeles based company has supported the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG). Organized by Global Initiatives and the United Nations Development Programme at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore from October 11–12, the forum…

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Herbalife Study Reveals Time-Starved Consumers Skip Breakfast

Los Angeles-based Herbalife Nutrition, in conjunction with National Breakfast Month, announced the results of its Healthy Breakfast Survey of more than 8,000 global consumers. The survey about breakfast attitudes and consumption habits, which can have serious health implications for consumers, revealed that while 95 percent of respondents acknowledge the importance of eating breakfast, nearly 50 percent don’t…

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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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Global Good: Why Direct Selling Succeeds Beyond Our Borders

In this issue: List of Top 100 Companies DSN Welcomes Executives and Guests to its Global 100 Evening of Celebration Global Good: Why Direct Selling Succeeds Beyond Our Borders 5 Best Practices for Making It Work in the Global Market Frequently Asked Questions about the Global 100 Ranking Bravo Legacy Award: D. Gary Young: A…

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Direct Selling Association Announces 2018 DSA Award Winners, Top 20

Photo: DSA President and CEO, Joseph N. Mariano with 2018 Hall of Fame honoree Jeffrey Reigle, President and Chief Executive Officer, Regal Ware Inc. The U.S. Direct Selling Association (DSA), the national trade association for companies that offer entrepreneurial opportunities to independent sellers to market and sell products and services, announced the winners of the prestigious 2018 DSA…

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Direct Selling Industry Leaders Gather in San Diego for DSA Annual Meeting

Jo Mariano

The Direct Selling Association (DSA) Annual Meeting’s general sessions kicked off today with a focus on sharing best practices for the direct selling industry and exploring new ways to continue developing “America’s Original Entrepreneurs.” The event will run through tomorrow at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina in San Diego. “Direct selling is poised to be…

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Herbalife Nutrition Partners with American Red Cross on #MissingType Campaign

Blood Donation

In its ongoing support of the American Red Cross, and to help bring awareness for the need of blood donors, Los Angeles-based Herbalife Nutrition recently announced its support for the American Red Cross #MissingType campaign. Through July 3, Herbalife Nutrition will join the Red Cross and other organizations, celebrities and influencers to remove the letters representing the main blood groups–– A, B and O––from…

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