Kevin Guest and USANA Health Sciences go way back—all the way back, in fact.
A new CEO is taking the helm at Jamberry, which has built a salesforce of more than 100,000 Independent Consultants since its nail products began appearing in social media feeds a few years ago.
Two companies that began before their founders could drive are about to become an even stronger direct selling player.
In late August 2011, Jeff Olson and a corporate staff of 13 brought a new skincare company to market, Nerium International.
In July, the newly formed Viridian International Management acquired assets of the Viridian Energy business from parent Crius Energy for payments that will total $10 million over five years.
LegalShield held its annual convention last month in Oklahoma City, and if there was one key message CEO Jeff Bell hoped to convey to Associates, it was that LegalShield is a company whose time has come.
Among the sports paraphernalia displayed in Larry Mondry’s office is a blue-and-maize banner touting the University of Michigan.
When she founded jewelry and accessories company Stella & Dot, CEO Jessica Herrin had a vision to “democratize entrepreneurship” by putting a turnkey business in the hands of women.
Isagenix International sustained its multi-year growth surge in 2015, as annual sales climbed 20 percent to a record $892 million.
In August 2015, Mannatech announced that company President Al Bala would step into the role of CEO, ushering in a new era at the nutrition company, which ties its business to fighting childhood malnutrition through the M5M (Mission 5 Million) Foundation.