Direct Selling News announced the first Customer Centric Recognition (CCR) Program recognized company list. The Customer Centric Recognition (CCR) Program celebrates companies that are leading the way toward a sustainable, customer-centric future for the industry. Qualifying companies utilize business models that boast high customer-to-distributor ratios and prioritize customer sales. The CCR Program is based solely…Read More
The U.S. Direct Selling Association (DSA) recently announced elected officers and directors to the association’s Board of Directors. Officers and directors of the association are recognized leaders who have earned the respect of their colleagues and the public and are committed to lead and direct the affairs of the association. The board officers will each serve one-year…Read More
Changes in the global environment for direct selling companies are happening rapidly on all fronts. Shifting consumer expectations, tighter regulations, increasing digital demands and new competitors are forcing us to examine ourselves inside and out—question who we are, what we’re about and how we want to move forward. We can shrink from these challenges, or…Read More
Technology is helping more people feel connected to a larger purpose. Events will always be a driving force for growth and belief building. While the benefits of training motivation and culture are at the core of events, they generate some impressive, tangible growth numbers. Some companies are augmenting live events with some of the latest technology…Read More
Concord, North Carolina-based ACN is continuing to join forces with Feeding America®, the nation’s largest organization dedicated to fighting domestic hunger, and Food Banks Canada, a national charitable organization dedicated to helping Canadians living with food insecurity, to help feed children and empower families to live healthier lives. Childhood hunger is an epidemic, with approximately…Read More
“Life’s a bit like mountaineering,” said Sir Edmund Hillary. “Never look down.”
It’s what direct sellers do, too—never look down.