What shaped 2022 and what to expect in 2023 and beyond. To say direct selling is in a time of transition would be an understatement. The environment is evolving as younger generations explore the opportunity.
Amare Global announced its acquisition of Kyäni, Inc., stating that this new, strategic partnership will allow the company to “further expand global reach after tripling partner growth and doubling revenue and customer growth this year, despite global economic challenges.”
Kyäni’s philanthropic arm, the Kyäni Caring Hands Foundation, was recognized by top government leaders in Mexico for its efforts in education within the indigenous communities in Chiapas.
Kyäni’s top leaders in Japan hosted a Genesis Live 1 event for more than 200 people in Fukushima.
Kyäni, Inc. was recognized at The Globee Awards, earning honors in the Best New Product of the Year category for Kyäni Restore’s 5-in-1 Daily Digestive, a probiotic that supports the body’s production of nitric oxide to improve blood flow to organs and tissues.
The names say it all. Walt Disney. Henry Ford. James Cash Penney. Iconic Founders and CEOs who came to personify the brands they led in the minds and hearts of their employees and the world. This phenomenon is perhaps even more prevalent in direct selling, where there is a long and storied tradition of charismatic leaders who have become synonymous with the companies they helm.
Kyäni, Inc. hosted more than 1,500 business partners at its annual global Amaze! Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The multi-day educational event offered new insight and strategies for connecting with a rapidly evolving market.
Kyäni announced the launch of Kyäni Electro, an electrolyte drink mix designed to support hydration and the regeneration of nitric oxide, a vasodilator that allows for increased circulation and the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the muscles and tissue.
Kyäni’s Nitro Nutrition program was honored for its excellence in marketing, communication and creativity at the NYX Awards.
Kyäni discovered ways to improve their e-commerce capabilities during COVID, recognizing opportunities to make it even simpler for Business Partners to run their businesses and give customers easier access to their products and programs.