With apologies to Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, it actually is revolution, not evolution on the table. In this case, I’m referring to a revolution of ethics in direct selling.
When husband and wife team Mark and Tracy Jarvis set out to launch their own company, they had listened to numerous suggestions for the name until “zurvita” was proposed and immediately touched and won them over.
The midyear economic outlook for 2016 is mixed for the largest publicly traded direct selling companies in the U.S., with some posting better-than-expected second quarter results while others saw decline.
Joni Rogers-Kante lives an intentional life. Her resolve to do so happened upon her by accident—literally.
In the year 1855, Reverend J.R. Graves started a mail order company selling books, religious tracts and Bibles.
It’s an oft-told sidebar in the retelling of the Scentsy story: How the multimillion-dollar international party plan company began in a 40-foot metal shipping container on a sheep farm in Meridian, Idaho.
Founder and CEO Jack Fallon, COO John Licari and CMO Scott Bania have turned years of friendship into a company that recently achieved an important milestone.
North American Power brought its direct selling operations to an unexpected halt last week.
“Life’s a bit like mountaineering,” said Sir Edmund Hillary. “Never look down.” It’s what direct sellers do, too—never look down.
The Direct Selling Association backed 13 congressional candidates in the Nov. 4 election who have taken a strong stance on direct selling and entrepreneurialism. Twelve of the 13 candidates won.
Global health and wellness company Herbalife Ltd. (HLF—NYSE) reported its third quarter earnings on Monday after markets closed, disappointing investors with its earnings miss and a lower than anticipated fourth quarter outlook.
Amway celebrated a milestone week in China, where President and Co-CEO Doug DeVos attended Amway Hong Kong’s 40th anniversary celebration and the opening of Amway’s first experience center in the country.