Travel and entertainment company WorldVentures has announced its expansion into Poland, the company’s 15th European market.
UK-based utilities provider Telecom Plus is focusing on a long-term strategy to build its business in the mobile services market.
Mary Kay kicked off its golden anniversary year with a record-setting $3 billion in annual wholesale sales.
Closing out a record July, Vemma announced that the company doubled its sales within the last year. In July 2012, Vemma reached $10 million in monthly sales.
A recent study on market trends in Mexico suggests that U.S. direct sellers exploring international expansion should take a close look next door.
Nu Skin Enterprises recently announced its second-quarter financial results, with revenue totaling $682.9 million for a 15 percent year-over-year increase.
Outside magazine has named Salt Lake City-based USANA Health Sciences to its annual list of “The 100 Best Places to Work.” In its fifth consecutive year on the list, the health and nutrition company holds the No. 18 spot.
Whether you call them millennials, Generation Y, or even Generation Next, every direct selling company wants to attract them—those 80 million young people born between 1980 and 2000. Vemma—a company that’s still a kid itself—has been so successful recruiting them that they have transformed the company.
Cindy Monroe has a simple leadership philosophy: surround herself with a great team. It’s a philosophy that has served her well as founder and CEO over the last few years as her company, Thirty-One Gifts, has experienced incredible growth.
DSN Publisher John Fleming sits down with Truman Hunt to discuss the factors behind a confident marketplace reaction to Nu Skin's release of new guidance for 2013.