Nearly fifty years ago, a black-and-white television series called Star Trek aired for the first time on TV sets across America.
It’s hard to keep a scorecard on the direct selling industry! Those who tend to look for a way to criticize can always find something. Those of us who see within the industry and have the opportunity to interact with industry decision makers gain much insight and perspective.
Building a business through the direct selling channel can be a powerful strategy for rapid growth. Creating innovative products and services, along with leading-edge approaches to connecting with the field and motivating performance are similarly efficacious strategies. However, even great strategies aren’t enough to sustain success.
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." —Leonardo daVinci This is one of my favorite quotes for sure. True to its meaning, it says so much by saying so little.
You’re a freak. That’s right. A freak. And so am I. Don’t be offended—it’s a compliment. Let’s define freak.
On Sept. 2, Greenwich, Connecticut-based Blyth Inc. announced that the company had reached an agreement to sell the majority of its ViSalus subsidiary to the founders and certain other preferred stockholders of ViSalus.
Student entrepreneurs at the community college level come with a variety of pathways in mind to reach their entrepreneurial dreams. Some are focused on innovation and plan to create a new product or service.
On June 2, 2014, the Ninth Circuit published its long awaited BurnLounge Opinion. Within hours, both sides of the Herbalife (HLF—NYSE) battlefield issued statements claiming victory about the decision.
The DSN Global 100 list provides a glimpse at the direct selling companies that are the driving force behind the growth and expansion of the channel of distribution worldwide.
When Herbalife announced March 12 that it was facing an FTC inquiry, the company said it welcomed the news given the tremendous amount of misinformation in the marketplace.