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Jeunesse Global Australia is firming up the skincare industry and showcasing the strength of the network marketing business model, declaring a record $13 million sales month in the Australia, New Zealand and Fiji market.


Since it launched its Australasian operation in 2012, Jeunesse Global Australia has attracted over 46,000 distributors for its wellness, skincare and anti-ageing products, and amassed an 884 per cent revenue increase in its four years.


General Manager of Jeunesse Global Australia, Rachel McVinish, attributes the fast growth to brand connection, incentives and an increase in distributor sign ups due to the flexible lifestyle the brand offers.


Jeunesse provides an incredible business opportunity that combines a passion for quality product with a growing need for flexibility and freedom to earn an income,” she said.


You simply cannot sustain a business without a quality product, so this is paramount to our success. But it’s our brand loyalty, promotions and increasing distributor base that is making Jeunesse stand out from other networking marketing options. Every day mums, dads, professionals, students and retirees are earning a solid income for their efforts, and that results in satisfied customers!”


In February this year, the company recorded a 296 per cent year on year growth, bringing the month’s sales to $13 million, up $10 million on its $3 million revenue declared in February 2016.


The growth is set to continue for the skincare brand, with the introduction of ZEN Project 8 to their product range earlier this year. The eight-week weight management program developed by US nutrition and fitness expert Mark Macdonald complements the brand’s current supplement range, and further propels Jeunesse into the foray of wellness products.


With a Nielsen survey reporting that 84 per cent of consumers say they either completely or somewhat trust recommendations from family, colleagues, and friends about products and services, it is little surprise that more people are turning to people they know for product advice and purchasing. Coupled with the rising number of small businesses registering to trade, network marketing is fast becoming a preferred business opportunity for many Australians.


As a member of the Direct Selling Association of Australia, Jeunesse is proving that professionalism, an achievable business model and a high standard of consumer protection, certifies network marketing as a legitimate and rewarding income opportunity for men and women wanting to work their own hours.


Direct Selling Australia Managing Director Gillian Stapleton said the industry body represents over 70 members who use the direct selling channel to connect customers with the product.


The companies we represent, including Jeunesse, engage with over half a million Australians, and contribute over $1.4B to the local economy annually. The industry continues to experience growth, with new companies choosing this business model and international companies entering the market,” she said.


Consultants enjoy the financial freedom, lifestyle, recognition, training and development that direct selling enables them. Where traditional 9-5 jobs limit earning capacity, direct selling offers unlimited opportunity and potential,” Ms Stapleton said of the industry’s popularity.


A 2013 Deloitte study on the social and economic impacts of network marketing found that flexibility was a fundamental reason for becoming a consultant.


More information on how to become a distributor or purchase Jeunesse’s wellness and anti-ageing products is available here 

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