A new study is quantifying the direct selling industry’s impact on the economy of Utah, a measurement that has never before been documented. In An Economic Analysis of Utah’s Direct Selling Industry, a 24-page white paper authored by Senior Research Economist Levi Pace for the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah, Pace details 19 months of data collection and surveys.
LifeVantage Corporation announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and full fiscal year that ended June 30, 2022, including fourth quarter revenue of $50.9 million, a 7% decrease from the same period last year. When not accounting for foreign currency fluctuations, this dip was only 3%. The Asia/Pacific and Europe markets actually saw […]
LifeVantage Corporation announced the debut of TrueScience Liquid Collagen, featuring Ruby Red Quinoa Extract and proprietary ingredients that the company says “activate” the body’s collagen production, replenish depleting collagen levels and maintain collagen by reducing breakdown.
In its third fiscal quarter financial report, LifeVantage announced a slight decrease of 3% in revenue from the same period in 2021, totaling $50 million.
LifeVantage isn’t a family business, but there’s a family feel and undercurrent that pervades all levels of our company and that is manifested in many ways. We don’t just respect and admire each other as co-workers, but also as friends and an extension of family.
Highly engaged employees appreciate their coworkers, love the organization they are working for and are fully connected to the overall mission and goals associated with their role. They function like company evangelists, catalyzing contagious enthusiasm to the rest of the team.
LifeVantage Corporation released its financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2022, announcing an 11.6% decrease in revenue from the prior year and a 1.9% decrease sequentially.
LifeVantage Corporation has officially opened operations in the Philippines through its Philippine subsidiary Protandim Philippines Corporation. With this addition, LifeVantage now has on-the-ground operations in more than 20 countries.
For LifeVantage, a “health and wealth” company whose revenues for the fiscal 2021 year reached $220 million, it’s a focus on improving what’s already working that will define the company’s next season of growth.
Revenue reached $53.2 million, down 2.9% over the same quarter last year and 2.8% sequentially. Adjusted earnings per diluted share were down 8% ($0.23) and adjusted EBITDA was down 13.7% ($5.8 million).
LifeVantage Corporation announced it has committed to make donations to the Linus Pauling Institute (LPI) at Oregon State University for the next five years. These donations will be used to support LPI’s mission of promoting optimal health through cutting-edge nutrition research and trusted public outreach.
e financial results for its fourth fiscal quarter and full fiscal year ending June 30, 2021.