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One of the best ways to prepare for growth is to start out with software and tools that can handle high volumes. Once a company gets the basic routines up and going, they need to focus on refining the processes that help a company grow. Often compensation plans need to be tweaked. Other times, manufacturing and quality control processes need to be streamlined.

  • November 11, 2014

    How MLM Companies Can Leverage Social Media

    Social media has gone from a fun sideline—one which distributors could use to get the word out about products and services—to a business imperative for MLM companies. If you're not leveraging social media to engage with both your distributors and customers, you're losing a great deal of potential revenue.... Read more ›

  • October 8, 2014

    Training on Diversity

    When direct selling companies move into foreign markets, companies learn about cultural differences and similarities. However, an important component of every company domestic or international is diversity within the company as well as the distributors they serve nationally. We often want to treat the United ... Read more ›

  • November 27, 2013

    The #1 Reason Your MLM Needs This

    You may be the Head Honcho, C-level, high faloot’in guru-king-pin, but if you don’t know what RFP, F&B, or AV—no that does not stand for Actual Volume, geez—stand for, you are going to be scratching your head and overpaying for your events. What you need is a professional meeting planner. Meeting ... Read more ›

  • September 16, 2013

    Build Strategy

    There are a number of things to consider when you look at the build strategy for your MLM/Direct selling or Party plan company, the number one question is: What do you want to be when you grow up? This question might seem a little elementary but really think about this. What do you want to be as your c... Read more ›

  • August 29, 2013

    Corporate Feature: Growing Your Business Organically: The Rule of 350

    In the [last few years], several prominent party plan companies closed their doors, despite having pre-established brand equity and strong financial support from a successful corporate parent. Was there a common factor? Is there an inherent problem with introducing retail brands to the party plan channel? O... Read more ›

  • February 23, 2011

    It’s Just a Distributor Kit; What’s the Big Deal?

    The urgency of the immediate can prevent owners and CEOs from taking the time to ask pointed questions about seemingly inconsequential day-to-day activities in their company. That is a critical error! So why do companies, or better yet, why should companies provide distributor kits to their new recruits? A... Read more ›