Catch up on this week’s industry chatter with these click-worthy links:
- The Irish Times took a look at the opportunities available through direct selling, providing an in-depth look at joining a direct selling company and what it takes to build your own business.
- Tyra Banks discussed a range of topics during an on-stage interview (paywall) at the WSJDLive global technology conference, including her intention to move her TYRA Beauty line away from being self-funded. Based on the company’s current growth trajectory, the model, talk show host and entrepreneur said she will likely seek out investors in 2016.
- Each October brings a wave of pink, as individuals and organizations tout their support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Thursday that wave hit the U.K., where buildings lit up pink in support of the initiative’s national fundraising campaign, Wear It Pink. The U.K. headquarters of Avon was one of many buildings and landmarks across the country to take on a rosy hue ahead of the fundraiser on Friday.
- Glamour magazine spoke to Alina Gonzalez, Avon’s Executive Director of Consumer Product Design, Facial and Body Skin Care, and Color Cosmetics—does that fit on a business card?—about landing her dream job, beauty essentials, and her longtime love of Avon products.
- While in Guatemala competing in the CONCACAF Champions League, Major League Soccer’s LA Galaxy partnered with Herbalife to donate $7,500 in food supplies, sports equipment and other items to Hospicio San Jose, an organization that treats residents from newborns to mid-20s suffering from HIV.