DSN looks ahead laser focused on the global channel and the executives who lead it. We look forward to our next 20 years and beyond by taking a more global approach to our coverage and to the companies we proudly serve. Direct Selling News (DSN) has been the leading journalistic resource for the direct selling channel for 20 years. We proudly provide valuable insights, […]
As we celebrate 20 years of innovations and insights, we take a look back on a few of DSN’s most important milestones. And, we asked industry leaders and legends to share how past evolutions and current opportunities are shaping the future of the industry.
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.
In a statement on Market America’s Twitter account, the company said: “Market America has lost its great visionary, and the world has lost a passionate human being who believed in other people even more than they believed in themselves.”
The multi-day educational event offered new insight and strategies for connecting with a rapidly evolving market.
2021 was a landmark year for direct selling on many fronts. This post is the second in a series of articles looking back on 2021 and looking ahead to 2022.
Stuart Johnson, Founder and CEO of Direct Selling News, shares a brief overview of some of the trends that shaped 2021 and will continue to influence the channel in the months and years to come.
More than 30 speakers shared tangible action plans for how the industry’s leaders can continue to grow and adapt in the face of this year’s enduring challenges.
While the vast majority of direct selling companies are privately-held, family-run entities, the principals behind Direct Selling Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: DSAQ.U) or (“DSAC”) are looking to shake up that traditional model by providing a high-quality, high-performing direct selling company with the opportunity to access the public markets.
The Direct Selling Index (DSCI) fell 8.4 percent in August, the second consecutive noticeable decline and the index’s weakest monthly performance since March 1, 2020. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), by contrast, rose over the last two months, increasing 1.9 percent in August and 1.3 percent in July.
The appointment of Rojas ensures DSN will continue to bring direct selling executives the news, insights and stories they need on the platforms they use most, providing an expanded, robust digital and multi-media component to the brand’s coverage.
Some of the industry’s most powerful and esteemed leaders came together to share their proven business strategies and cast vision for the future of the channel.