Brazilian beauty brand Natura, the ninth largest direct selling company in the world with 2016 net sales of $2.26 billion, has been busy in recent years.
Connie Tang was named the first woman president and CEO of kitchenware and home décor company Princess House as it approached the 50th Anniversary mark in 2012.
The U.S. Direct Selling Association named a new Chairman of the Board in June: John Parker, Chief Sales Officer of Amway.
Thirty-One Gifts has experienced nearly constant evolution since its founding in 2003. There were the early days, when the company operated from the basement of Founder Cindy Monroe’s home.
Take Shape For Life is gearing up for its National Convention in July, when the business will complete a yearlong transition to the OPTAVIA lifestyle brand.
Paper, ink, rubber stamps. These are the humble materials transformed into an interactive crafting experience by the folks at Stampin’ Up!
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.