At the DSN Global 100 Celebration on April 3, industry leaders recognized USANA Health Sciences Inc. as the No. 20 revenue-generating company in the world.
On April 3-4, more than 500 executives from around the world gathered at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas, for one of the industry’s most unique events.
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At the ViSalus National Success Training event held in Los Angeles last weekend, 10,000-plus attendees celebrated a particularly momentous success in the company’s short history. ViSalus announced that it has reached $1 billion in sales since launching in 2005.
Following its debut at 46 out of 100 on Forbes’ annual ranking of America's Most Promising Companies, Vivint is receiving further recognition from SecuritySystemReviews.com, a leader in home security reviews.
In accordance with a January letter of intent, The Longaberger Company has signed a definitive agreement with Computer Vision Systems Laboratories Corp. (CVSL) to integrate the 40-year-old company into CVSL’s direct selling strategy.
Shares in Tupperware Brands Corp. dropped 4 percent to $76.10 this week after Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock, cautioning a possible earnings hit from foreign-currency exchange rates.
As we approach the publication of the DSN Global 100, our annual list of the world’s top direct selling companies, we are excited to announce more positive reports from industry leaders.
In one of her first interviews since taking the helm at Avon, CEO Sheri McCoy spoke with Forbes about the company’s current challenges and the strategies that will guide the world’s fifth-largest beauty company forward.