Imagine, if you will, that moment when a new independent representative opens a starter kit for the first time.
As we begin 2017, we can confidently assert that the state of direct selling remains strong.
Events are a crucial ingredient to direct selling.
When quitting the business is as simple as deciding not to share the product anymore, not to invest more time, not to face fear of rejection, motivating people to persevere becomes an essential component of success.
Direct selling companies that excel at customer acquisition know how to execute on best practices that focus on creating quality products, communicating value, developing brand loyalty and tracking metrics.
Of all the misinformation about direct selling, perhaps the most often repeated—even by those who work most closely in the field—is the description of direct selling as an industry.
The story of direct selling is one of sustained growth that keeps breaking records.
Hiring for any position depends not only on culture fit, but also upon the function and degree of specialty required. But where do you begin?
Over the past seven years, the Direct Selling News Global 100 has become the definitive ranking of the world's largest companies distributing products through the direct selling channel.
A seismic shift is occurring right now in the American workplace. This shift is happening; there is no stopping it, and the impacts are not yet fully imaginable.