For direct selling companies, harnessing the power of today’s technology is critical to sustained success.
Most in the world today would probably agree that having enough energy to accomplish everything you need and want to do every day is difficult.
A visit to the Palmetto, Florida, headquarters of It Works! proves this isn’t a typical direct selling company.
In a highly competitive marketplace, the key to a company’s sustainability lies in its customer acquisition and retention programs.
The project began in December 2015, when Avon Products Inc. sold a majority interest in its North American business unit to the private equity company Cerberus Capital Management.
Like the pink Cadillacs it awards to top sellers, today’s Mary Kay retains a classic feel while embracing innovative thinking and design.
Since 2003, the Owings Mill, Maryland company Take Shape For Life (TSFL) has been battling American obesity through the support and encouragement offered by its Health Coaches to Clients utilizing weight-loss plans and products provided by the parent company, Medifast.
To Dave Wentz, half a million is so much more than 1 billion.
It’s an oft-told sidebar in the retelling of the Scentsy story: How the multimillion-dollar international party plan company began in a 40-foot metal shipping container on a sheep farm in Meridian, Idaho.
Founder and CEO Jack Fallon, COO John Licari and CMO Scott Bania have turned years of friendship into a company that recently achieved an important milestone.