If you haven’t heard the name Team National, then you’ve most certainly heard of the company this direct seller keeps—names like AT&T, Sprint, Met Life and ADP.
The leadership of the direct selling industry has shifted to younger companies, and the proof is in the numbers. Case in point: Nerium International, based in Addison, Texas
The typical growth strategy of a direct selling company is to establish roots in one’s home market, develop a brand, generate buzz, and then look to expand overseas.
From the start, WorldVentures founders Wayne Nugent and Mike Azcue set out to build a different kind of business.
Health and wellness company Isagenix hopes 2015 will be Lucky No. 13—its 13th year in business, and more important, the year it strives to reach a cool $1 billion in revenue.
With its mission of transforming lives by ending the trend of obesity, it’s safe to say that Team Beachbody’s growth trajectory has also transformed its multi-sales-channel parent company.
In a country where network marketing is a small, not-well-understood industry, Utility Warehouse is growing by being the utility supplier you’d recommend to your mum.
When LegalShield brought on a new CEO with consumer marketing and corporate leadership credentials the likes of Microsoft, Chrysler, Ford and NBCUniversal last summer, they once again affirmed the company’s adaptable nature.
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.