On paper it doesn’t seem like Xyngular’s math should work. The company’s equation for weight loss? Become less to become more. Its algorithm for financial stability? Bring in a few hundred dollars more a month, not millions a year. XyngularFounded: 2009Headquarters: Lehi, UTTop Executive: Russ Fletcher, CEOAnnual Revenue: $100 Million But the numbers are adding up…

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Hope for Justice

The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation raised more than $1 million to help end modern slavery in Africa during the Young Living Foundation’s Ride for a Reason, Foundation 5k, and other activities. All funds raised will go to support Hope for Justice, a nonprofit that exists to bring about the end of modern slavery by preventing exploitation,…

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Kyani

For Kyäni founders Kirk Hansen, Jim Hansen and Carl Taylor, the direct selling channel was new territory, much like the vast, untouched landscape that produces the wild Alaskan blueberry, an essential ingredient to Kyäni’s Triangle of Health flagship products. KYÄNIFounded: 2007Headquarters: Idaho Falls, IdahoTop Executive: Founders Kirk Hansen, Jim Hansen and Carl Taylor; CEO Michael BreshearsProducts:…

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Immunotec has quite a compelling story to tell. Its 20-year history is rooted in groundbreaking scientific research and product innovation, which began 40 years ago in Canada. ImmunotecFounded: 1996Headquarters: Vaudreuil-Dorion, CanadaTop Executive: CEO, Mauricio Domenzain2017 Revenue: $101.5 MillionProducts: Immune-Boosting Supplements But the story isn’t over—by a longshot, according to new CEO Mauricio Domenzain. A big dose of personality and…

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Following Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, LifeVantage Corp. focused its philanthropic efforts toward delivering critical supplies and money to distributors and residents in the affected areas in Texas, Florida and The Caribbean, among others. “LifeVantage Legacy has a long history of helping people when and where they need it most,” said Michelle Oborn, Senior Vice…

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Click here to order the November 2017 issue in which this article appeared. Remember when getting online was a big deal? Twenty years ago, internet connections were wire-bound, sporadic and slow. Email addresses and web access at work were the exception. We flipped open a cellphone to make a call and that was about it. Web-based and…

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