From years of experience, we know that most people starting an MLM company don’t understand and at the very least, underestimate the importance of finding and working closely with the right merchant processor and more importantly, bank.
A year ago, I wrote an article called, Get GDP or Get Fined 20 Million Euros, where I warned about the European Union targeting companies.
The Next 4 Speed Killers From The First 3 Speed Killers... Entrepreneurs are often consumed with the idea they're losing business everyday they are not launched. This thought track can often derail an otherwise great business or product launch. In the rush to get launched, companies can overlook or be under-prepared for many important aspects of their business. At the same time, overthinking and indecisiveness can be just as detrimental to a quick and successful start
A 15 Minute Read that May Save Your Business Seven Things You Can’t Ignore When Starting a Multi-Level Marketing Company By: Preston Stewart Although there are many things that go into and help sustain a direct sales company, here are seven things that are crucial. Ignore any one of these and your business may fail! I have included real-life experiences from the over 20 years in the direct sales industry and no, I am not making
Having spent more than 15 years in the network marketing industry (both on the corporate side and MLM software side), I’ve learned a thing or two about what makes an effective company launch or a successful marketing initiative that requires custom software development. All too often, I’ve seen situations where we shoot for perfection. From a systems standpoint, we somehow convince ourselves that we need every innovative and awe-inspiring feature imaginable or we will simply not
There’s a wise idiom that says “look before you leap.” This simply means that one should think carefully about the possible results or consequences before doing something or taking action. In the Direct Sales world, this very idiom could be re-phrased to speak to the selection of your software solution and could say “look before you launch.” This idiom redefined to fit our industry could mean a company should carefully consider the possible results and consequences