Age is a perennial topic in Hollywood, where Morinda recently brought its TruAge initiative to the Kari Feinstein Style Lounge presented by Paragon. The company’s anti-aging products created a buzz among celebrities and members of the media at the annual pre-Emmys event.
Due south of Utah, where Zija was recently named the fastest-growing company in the state, another direct selling company is leading the field in growth.
Health and wellness brand ASEA is celebrating the grand opening of its Mexico market with three events across the country.
Nerium cultivates a familial culture at its corporate headquarters, and it looks like that family will be growing in the near future.
Direct selling companies are a strong force in the Utah economy, and according to the September issue of Utah Business magazine they are also some of the fastest-growing companies in the state.
Youngevity is investing in future growth with $1.1 million in improvements to its Chula Vista, California, headquarters.
LifeVantage is strategically targeting the next generation of entrepreneurs with a new event underway at The Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
Herbalife is bringing a nimble, responsive approach to product development with its upcoming North American Innovation Conference.
More than 400 independent direct selling consultants gathered in Washington, D.C. today for the Direct Selling Association’s second annual Direct Selling Day on Capitol Hill.
Avon has announced the resignation of Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Kimberly Ross. Ross will join Baker Hughes, a Fortune 500 oilfield services company based in Houston.