At Rodan + Fields, when we made the decision to pivot from our department store marketing channel to direct sales, a great deal of consideration was given to protecting the brand equity that derived from our founders’ legacy in the skincare segment of the beauty industry.
The Direct Selling Association held its 2014 Annual Meeting this past June 1–3. More than 1,000 executives from direct selling and vendor partner companies gathered in Orlando to celebrate achievements and to discuss the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the industry.
Tuesday’s closing general session of the Direct Selling Association Annual Meeting featured an insightful roundtable discussion with four of the industry’s women executives.
It was a party in the direct selling industry Monday night as executives from around the world celebrated their peers at the 2014 Annual Meeting Awards Gala.
The Direct Selling Association board of directors met Sunday in Orlando as a part of the DSA’s 2014 Annual Meeting.
Like the history of the universe, the story of direct selling reveals paradigm-shifting events and thresholds that have fundamentally changed the industry and helped to shape today’s direct seller.
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At its annual board meeting held Monday and Tuesday in Washington, D.C., the Direct Selling Association (DSA) approved the nomination of several industry executives to its board of directors.
During a recent Rodan + Fields Leadership Summit in Nashville, one of the company’s top 10 markets, Chairman Amnon Rodan and President and CEO Lori Bush shared insights on the company’s evolution and business model in a Q&A for The Tennessean.
“Entrepreneur” and “CEO” are titles that go hand-in-hand in business, but their close association has been known to give rise to another kind of leader entirely: the entrepreneurial CEO. That’s what Forbes Contributor Robert Sher calls a leader whose penchant for “strategy tinkering”—however well intentioned—can have an adverse effect on organizational growth.