Revenue growth is the mark of a company that is doing something right. When a company can continue a pattern of revenue growth for two or three consecutive years, it signals healthy momentum and creates a new level of credibility among peers and customers. But four years? Four years of consecutive revenue growth tangibly illustrates that a growth mindset and resiliency is cemented into a company’s DNA.
Red Aspen held its Girls Weekend convention at the Disney Coronado Resort in Walt Disney World, welcoming 400 Brand Ambassadors for a weekend of business training, product reveals, giveaways and awards.
For the second consecutive year, Red Aspen and Beauty Society have been named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. This year, Beauty Society ranked #561 and Red Aspen ranked #1,413.
DSN recognizes—for the first time ever—a group of innovative trailblazers, whose contributions push their companies’ trajectories upward, while reshaping the direct selling channel for the rest of us. More than two dozen companies answered the call to nominate their most accomplished achievers under the age of 40, who exemplify the kind of leadership skills and innovation that best represents the future of the direct selling channel.
Direct selling companies who experienced revenue growth through the pandemic share their strategies for success and the steps they’re taking now to prepare for the future.
In honor of reaching the milestone of $100 million in lifetime sales, Red Aspen launched a week-long philanthropic initiative dedicated to spreading awareness and education about sexual assault and domestic violence.
How to find, develop, encourage and promote your budding viral superstars. If there is one constant refrain in today’s direct selling channel, it’s change.
Red Aspen has been named one of the Rocky Mountain Region’s fastest-growing private companies by Inc. Magazine, ranking number ten on the Inc. 5000 Regionals: Rocky Mountain list.
The heartaches suffered, hurdles cleared and groundwork laid by direct selling’s extraordinary founding sisters are but one turn of a spinning wheel of inspiration. The next empowering turn comes from the bold, creative and tenacious spirits of these 35 current day female founders, whose modern leadership and vision reflects many of the ideals and principles of their predecessors.
Direct selling executives need insight and fresh ideas now more than ever before. In one of the most challenging years in direct selling history, leaders faced continued lockdowns in certain markets, changing consumer behaviors, a tense regulatory environment and lingering supply chain issues.
The pandemic abruptly changed how and where employees did their jobs. Working from home—a long-standing staple within the direct selling distributor field—became the new norm for many corporations.
Red Aspen’s Girls Weekend hosted more than 200 in-person attendees in Boise, Idaho and more than 1,000 Brand Ambassadors across the U.S. who tuned in virtually.