DSA’s mission is to police, promote and protect its members. That’s how we ensure a landscape in which direct selling companies can operate effectively and ethically while protecting consumers from bad actors.
I wouldn’t be surprised if most people reading this article will have, at some point, engaged in the “how direct selling is not a pyramid scheme” conversation.
In mythology, a giant is defined as an entity of prodigious size and strength.
DSA’s 2017 Growth & Outlook market-sizing survey helps direct selling companies better understand the direct selling industry.
The XV World Congress, co-hosted by the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations and the French DSA, will take place in Paris on Oct. 1-3, 2017 with France, the second largest direct selling market in Europe, as host.
More than 1,000 people from around the world interested in direct selling participated in the U.S. Direct Selling Association’s Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida, June 4-6.
As champion and advocate for the direct selling business model, DSA is tasked with preserving an environment in which direct selling companies can operate effectively and free from undue regulation.
Throughout the more than three decades I have been serving the direct selling channel, this has always been the most exciting time of the year for me: the run up to DSA’s Annual Meeting.
Greater consumer knowledge can generate growth opportunities for all businesses.