Natural health and wellness company Nature’s Sunshine Products recently received its direct selling license from MOFCOM, China’s Ministry of Commerce.
Gilbert, Arizona-based Isagenix is now open for business in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Zija International, the Lehi, Utah-based direct seller, announced that it has acquired XANGO, the health and wellness company also based in Utah that was the first to market a premium mangosteen beverage to consumers worldwide.
Avon Products Inc., the company for women, announced on April 18 a ground-breaking sponsorship as the global beauty giant became Principal Partner of Liverpool Ladies Football Club and the Club’s Official Ladies Beauty Partner.
LR Health & Beauty Systems GmbH, the Ahlen, Germany-based direct seller of cosmetics, fragrances and nutritional products, recently held a cornerstone ceremony to mark the construction of its new aloe production site in Ahlen.
One of the world’s billion-dollar direct selling markets is off to a good start in 2017. Thailand, which ranked No. 13 in August 2016 DSN coverage of global retail sales, reported revenue growth of 2–3 percent in the first quarter of 2017 compared with the same period for 2016.
Six years after entering the South Korea market, global youth enhancement company Jeunesse Global has entered into a sponsorship agreement with the county’s most popular professional soccer team, FC Seoul.
In recognition of those companies offering unparalleled opportunity for individuals to start their own businesses, Direct Selling News today unveiled its eighth annual DSN Global 100, an exclusive ranking of the world’s largest direct selling companies.
Since 2004 Direct Selling News has been dedicated to telling stories focused on relating the opportunities direct sellers provide to millions of independent business owners around the globe. So it seemed only fitting for DSN to further recognize the industry by compiling a comprehensive list, starting in 2010, of the top direct selling companies in the world.
Mary Kay Asia Pacific collected more than 50,000 entries in its fourth annual Dream Beautiful Contest.