Family-owned direct seller Hy Cite Corp. is a master chef when it comes to cooking up growth. They do it by actively and enthusiastically embracing a community that many direct selling companies seek to engage: the Latino community.
When Stream reinvents itself, it doesn’t fool around. As it approaches its 10th anniversary, Stream settles into a new brand, redefines itself by offering new services, and jumps from seven energy markets to national scope, all in one bold move.
Many executives have had the experience. They launch or join a young company that is growing quickly, but over time the momentum slows. That was the story at LifeVantage Corp., and its experience has made it a believer in the necessity to embrace change.
Founded in 2001, It Works! is one of world’s fastest-growing skincare and nutrition direct sales companies. Ranked at No. 290 on the Inc. 500 list for 2014, the company has enjoyed an impressive 1,565 percent growth rate over the past three years.
After a season of sluggish sales, the sweet smell of success seems to be returning at Gold Canyon. The scented-candle seller and manufacturer has instituted sweeping changes that have boosted both morale and sales.
Amway watchers have many things to admire: an impressive 55 years in business, sales growth of almost $1 billion in 2012 and 2013 combined, and brands that are among the leaders in their category.
When a company reaches its 30th anniversary, it can bask in its maturity. But while 30-year-old anti-aging company Nu Skin Enterprises celebrates its decades of success, it revels in its history of innovation.
It may not be easy being green, but Viridian Energy has turned greenness into a multimillion-dollar direct selling powerhouse with a global vision: to create a path to a more sustainable future.
On a recent trip to Warsaw, Poland, Kay Napier and members of the Arbonne International Executive Team sat down with some 300 people eager to hear more about this U.S.-based wellness company with European roots.
Ancient Chinese herbalism transformed a scrawny Taiwanese youngster named Tei-Fu Chen into a more healthful young man, who eventually mixed his herbalist grandfather’s teachings with Western science and created Sunrider International.