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Top 50 countries in Multilevel marketiong.

1. What is Multilevel Marketing?


The practice of selling goods or services on behalf of a company in a system whereby participants receive a commission on their sales as well as the sales of any participants they recruit. "many people promote multilevel marketing as a way to get rich quick".

2. Benefits of Direct Selling.

Direct selling offers important benefits to people who want an opportunity to earn income and build a business of their own, to consumers as an alternative to retail stores, and a cost-effective way for businesses to bring products to market.

Consumers benefit from direct selling because of the convenience and service it provides, including personal demonstration and explanation of products, home delivery, and generous satisfaction guarantees.

Direct selling offers an alternative to traditional employment for those wanting a flexible opportunity to supplement household income, or whose circumstances don’t allow regular employment. Direct selling opportunities can develop into fulfilling careers for those who achieve success and choose to pursue their independent direct selling business on a full-time basis. 

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Start-up costs in direct selling are typically low. Usually, a modestly priced sales kit is all that’s needed to get started, and there is little or no inventory or other cash commitment to begin. This stands in contrast to other businesses with the cost and risk associated with larger outlays.

Direct selling offers a distribution channel for businesses with innovative or distinctive products that for cost or other reasons are not suited to other retailing.

As the external Socio-Economic Impact Studies for the various markets show, direct selling is a positive benefit to the economies and people where direct selling companies operate and serves consumers with a convenient source of quality products.

Indian people are not joining in multilabel marketing instead of the high population which low population country people joining number is most.

Dis. Revenue Country Year Revenue Distributors

$2,040

1              United States

2007

$30,800,000,000

15,100,000

$7,552

2              Japan

2006

$20,390,000,000

2,700,000

$4,591

3              Brazil

2008

$10,100,000,000

2,200,000

$2,823

4              South Korea

2007

$9,000,000,000

3,187,933

$11,395

5              Germany

2007

$8,865,000,000

778,000

$2,098

6              Mexico

2007

$3,986,000,000

1,900,000

$8,496

7              United Kingdom

2007

$3,564,000,000

419,500

$9,227

8              Italy

2008

$3,368,000,000

365,000

$649

9              Russia

2008

$2,866,000,000

4,413,918

$10,731

10           France

2007

$2,393,000,000

223,000

$515

11           Malaysia

2006

$2,060,000,000

4,000,000

$375

12           Taiwan

2007

$1,700,000,000

4,530,000

$332

13           Thailand

2006

$1,363,000,000

4,100,000

$1,556

14           Colombia

2007

$1,200,000,000

771,360

$1,938

15           Canada

2008

$1,180,000,000

608,778

$1,297

16           Argentina

2007

$992,000,000

765,000

$905

17           Venezuela

2006

$887,000,000

980,000

$1,331

18           Turkey

2007

$864,000,000

649,000

$21,657

19           Guatemala

2006

$859,000,000

39,664

$1,275

20           Poland

2007

$854,000,000

670,000

$2,010

21           Australia

2008

$844,000,000

420,000

$5,188

22           Spain

2007

$747,000,000

144,000

$758

23           South Africa

2007

$708,000,000

934,000

$494

24           India

2006

$691,000,000

1,400,000

$116

25           Indonesia

2007

$669,000,000

5,779,226

$634

26           Ukraine

2007

$449,000,000

708,347

$1,813

27           Chile

2007

$435,000,000

240,000

$4,000

28           Sweden

2007

$400,000,000

100,000

$198

29           Philippines

2006

$378,000,000

1,906,172

$51,561

30           Switzerland

2003

$355,000,000

6,885

$1,494

31           Czech Republic

2007

$326,000,000

218,143

$565

32           Singapore

2007

$325,000,000

575,000

$1,429

33           Romania

2007

$300,000,000

210,000

$1,120

34           Ecuador

2007

$280,000,000

250,000

$2,615

35           Finland

2007

$251,000,000

96,000

$845

36           Hungary

2007

$203,000,000

240,155

$1,654

37           Hong Kong

2008

$191,000,000

115,500

$2,667

38           Norway

2007

$160,000,000

60,000

$1,863

39           Denmark

2007

$149,000,000

80,000

$3,178

40           Netherlands

2005

$148,000,000

46,576

$971

41           New Zealand

2008

$136,000,000

140,000

$2,519

42           Portugal

2007

$89,151,000

35,391

$6,113

43           Belgium

2007

$87,000,000

14,231

$3,529

44           Ireland

2007

$60,000,000

17,000

$1,012

45           Croatia

2007

$55,000,000

54,332

$1,253

46           Slovenia

2007

$52,000,000

41,500

$696

47           Dominican Republic

2006

$51,000,000

73,250

$1,885

48           Lithuania

2006

$49,000,000

26,000

$977

49           Uruguay

2007

$42,000,000

43,000

$1,161

50           Estonia

2007

$36,000,000

31,000


3. Multilevel marketing turnover around the world.


Network marketing turnover

4. Distributors paid all over the world.


network marketing distributor income

5. Top 100 MLM companies.


NO.

Company Name & Year

Country/Head Quarters

Turn Over in USD

Products

1

Amway
(1959)

USA
(Michigan)

8.80 Billion

Health, Beauty & Homecare

2

Avon
(1886)

United Kingdom
(London)

5.70 Billion

Beauty, Household & personal care

3

Herbalife
(1980)

USA
(California)

4.50 Billion

Nutrition & weight control products

4

Natura
(1969)

Brazil

4.4 Billion

Beauty products, Household & personal care, skincare, solar filters, cosmetics, perfume & hair care products

5

Vorwerk
(1883)

Germany
(Wuppertal)

4.20 Billion

Household appliances, fitted kitchens or cosmetics

6

Mary Kay
(1963)

USA
(Texas)

3.50 Billion

Cosmetics & personal care products Cosmetics & personal care products

7

Infinitus
(1992)

China
(Hong Kong)

3.41 Billion

Health products

8

Perfect
(1994)

China
(Guangdong Province)

3.06 Billion

Health care, household, personal care & skincare products

9

Quanjian
(2006)

China
(Tianjing)

2.89 Billion

Herbal medicine

10

Forever Living
(1978)

USA
(Arizona)

2.6 Billion

Drinks, cosmetics, nutritional supplements & personal care products

11

Pola
(1929)

Japan
(Tokyo)

2.44 Billion

Skincare & cosmetics

12

Nu Skin
(1984)

USA
(Utah)

2.28 Billion

Personal care products & dietary supplements

13

Tupperware
(1948)

USA
(Florida)

2.26 Billion

kitchen & home products

14

Melaleuca
(1985)

USA
(Idaho)

2 Billion

Nutritional, pharmaceutical, personal care, facial care, home hygiene, and other wellness products

15

Primerica
(1977)

USA
(Georgia)

1.69 Billion

Insurance & financial services

16

Oriflame
(1967)

Switzerland
(Schaffhausen)

1.6 Billion

Cosmetics, beauty, skincare products

17

Young Living
(1993)

USA
(Utah)

1.5 Billion

Health products, oils, personal care & animal care

18

Rodan and Fields
(2002)

USA
(California)

1.5 Billion

skincare products

19

Lyoness
(2003)

Austria
(Graz)

1.39 Billion

Service(Cashback)

20

New Era
(1995)

China
(Beijing)

1.16 Billion

Health nutrition, cosmetics, personal care, household, textile, home appliances

21

DXN
(1993)

Malaysia
(Alor Setar)

1.10 Billion

Health food & beverages, skincare, household, home appliances

22

Ambit Energy
(2006)

USA
(Texas)

1.1 Billion

Electricity & natural gas services

23

Belcorp
(1968)

Peru
(Lima)

1.09 Billion

agrochemical products

24

USANA
(1992)

USA
(Utah)

1.04 Billion

Nutritional products, dietary supplements & skincare products

25

Le-Vel
(2012)

USA
(Texas)

1 Billion

Health care & Wellness products

26

SUN HOPE
(1978)

China, Indonesia & Taiwan
(Tianjin)

0.94 Billion

Health products

27

Isagenix
(2002)

USA
(Arizona)

0.92 Billion

Dietary supplements & personal care products

28

Yanbal
(1967)

Peru
(Lima)

0.92 Billion

Cosmetics, beauty products, jewelry

29

Koyo-Sha
(1926)

Japan
(Gift)

0.91 Billion

Electronic gadgets, automobile, jewelry, steel products

30

Gano Excel
(1995)

Malaysia
(unknown)

0.890 Billion

Herbal health care products

31

WorldVentures
(2005)

USA
(Texas)

0.88 Billion

Membership of discount vacation clubs & sales of travel services

32

Team Beachbody
(1998)

USA
(California)

0.863 Billion

Health foods/nutrition food

33

Shaklee
(1956)

USA
(California)

0.84 Billion

Nutrition supplements, weight-management products, beauty products, and household products

34

Market America
(1992)

USA
(North Carolina)

0.820 Billion

Healthcare, cosmetics & skincare

35

ACN
(1993)

USA
(North Carolina)

0.750 Billion

Electro communications, energy, merchant services & other services

36

Nefful
(1973)

USA
(California)

0.75 Billion

Clothing, cleaning products

37

Yandi
(2011)

China
(Zhu-zhou)

0.740 Billion

Nutrition & cleaning products

38

Stream
(2004)

USA
(Texas)

0.737 Billion

Energy & connected life services

39

Captain Tortue
(1993)

UK
(Horsham)

0.71 Billion

fashion & clothes

40

YOFOTO
(2004)

China
(Zhejiang Province)

0.696 Billion

Health care & Wellness products

41

Vision International People Group
(1996)

Cyprus
(Nicosia)

0.69 Billion

Food, health products, cosmetics

42

It Works!
(2001)

USA
(Florida)

0.686 Billion

Beauty, wellness, and weight loss products

43

Arbonne
(1975)

USA
(California)

0.600 Billion

Beauty, Health and Wellness products

44

Plexus Worldwide
(2006)

USA
(Arizona)

0.562 Billion

Health care products

45

AnRan
(2005)

China
(NA)

0.222 Billions

Cosmetics, skincare and nutrition products

46

Miki
(1966)

Japan
(Osaka)

0.535 Billion

Food supplements, health products

47

Advocare
(1993)

USA
(Texas)

0.472 Billion

Health, nutrition & wellness, and dietary supplements

48

Scentsy
(2004)

USA
(Idaho)

0.46 Billion

scent, oils, food, kids products

49

Rolmex
(2001)

China
(Liaoning Province)

0.459 Billion

kitchen wares, cleaning products, cosmetics and nutritional products

50

LegalShield
(1972)

USA
(Oklahoma)

0.450 Billion

Legal service products

51

QNet
(1998)

Hong Kong
(Kwun Tong District)

0.415 Billion

Energy, weight management, nutrition, personal care, home care, and fashion accessories

52

For Days
(1997)

Japan
(Tokyo)

0.38 Billion

Dietary supplements & Cosmetics

53

Nature’s Sunshine
(1972)

USA
(Utah)

0.342 Billion

Health care & Wellness products

54

Sisel International
(2006)

The USA, Switzerland(HQ)
(Sarnen)

0.34 Billion

Natural Health Supplements, personal care products, cosmetics, anti-aging Products, Safe and Effective Household Products

55

4Life Research
(1998)

USA
(Utah)

0.316 Billion

Beauty, Health & Fitness products/td>

56

LR Health & Beauty Systems GmbH
(1985)

Germany
(N. Rhine-Westphalia)

0.301 Billion

Beauty & Health products

57

Stella & Dot
(2003)

USA
(San Francisco)

0.300 Billion

skincare products

58

Alphay International
(2002)

China
(Nantong)

0.252 Billion

Health, food and lifestyle products

59

Cutco Cutlery
(1949)

USA
(NewYork)

0.222 Billion

Home appliance

60

Take Shape For Life(Optavia)
(1980)

USA
(Maryland)

0.22 Billion

Health care products

61

Southwestern Advantage
(1855)

USA
(Tennessee)

0.218 Billion

Educational reference books, software, college prep materials

62

LifeVantage
(2007)

USA
(Utah)

0.207 Billion

wellness and personal care products

63

Vestige Marketing
(2004)

India
(New Delhi)

0.200 Billion

premium cosmetics, health, and personal care products

64

Pampered Chef
(1980)

USA
(Illinois)

0.20 Billion

kitchen tools, food products, and cookbooks

65

NHT Global
(2001)

Japan
(Hongkong)

0.198 Billion

Beauty, Lifestyle, Wellness, Herbal, Home, and Baby

66

ForeverGreen
(1999)

USA
(Utah)

0.184 Billion

Health care products

67

Princess House
(1963)

USA
(Massachusetts)

0.178 Billion

Kitchen products

68

ARIIX
(1979)

USA
(Utah)

0.178 Billion

Nutritional supplements, skincare, weight loss, and water purification system

69

Mannatech
(1993)

USA
(Texas)

0.176 Billion

Dietary supplements & personal care products

70

World Global Network
(2011)

USA
(Florida)

0.165

Wearable technology, cellular devices, and VOIP communications app to improve wellness and achieve a healthier lifestyle

71

Kannaway
(2014)

USA
(California)

0.15 Billion

CBD supplements & hemp oil products

72

Naris cosmetics
(1932)

Japan
(Osaka)

0.144 Billion

Skincare products

73

Youngevity
(1997)

USA
(California)

0.142 Billion

Health, nutrition, oil, food & beverages, fashion

74

Fuxion
(2006)

Peru
(Lima)

0.141 Billion

health, food products

75

Tiens/Tianshi
(1995)

China
(Tianjin)

0.118 Billion

wellness products & dietary supplements

76

Golden Sun
(1976)

USA
(Minnesota)

0.103 Billion

fresh produce industrial products

77

Immunotec
(1996)

Canada
(Quebec)

0.102 Billion

nutrition & wellness products

78

Zurvita
(2008)

USA
(Texas)

0.100 Billion

health products

79

DubLi Network
(2003)

USA
(Florida)

0.032 Billion

Travel, Shopping, and Entertainment services

80

Jewels by Park Lane
(1955)

USA
(Schaumburg)

$0.150 Billion

Jewels

81

GNLD
(1958)

USA
(California)

$0.178 Billion

Health products/ nutrition products

82

Mistine
(1998)

Thailand
(Bangkok)

$0.407 Billion

cosmetic products

83

PartyLite
(1973)

USA
(New England)

$0.273 Billion

party products

84

ASEA
(2007)

USA
(Utah)

$0.070 Billion

skincare & health products

85

bHip Global
(2007)

USA
(Texas)

$0.74 Billion

Health, personal care, skin care

86

FM Group
(2007)

United Kingdom
(London)

$0.110 Billion

Fragrances, personal care, cosmetics, home goods, foods

87

Kang Ting
(1998)

China
(NA)

$0.348 Billion

Cosmetics

88

Opulence Global(Global Wealth Trade)
2005

Canada
(NA)

NA

Health, Beauty, and Fashion

89

Javita
(2011)

USA
(Florida)

NA

coffee products

90

Kyani
(2007)

USA
(Idaho)

$0.100 Billion

Health care and Beauty

91

Morinda
(1993)

USA
(Utah)

$0.225 Billion

skincare, oil products, cosmetics, beverages

92

Organo Gold
(2008)

USA
(Washington)

$0.214 Billion

Beverages, body care, and personal care

93

Shopping Sherlock
(1992)

Canada
(Latvia)

NA

e-commerce (products)

94

Bode-Pro
(2004)

USA
(NA)

$0.010 Billion

Nutrition products

95

Nucerity International
(2008)

USA
(Texas)

$0.035 Billion

Skincare products

96

Stampin Up
(1988)

USA
(Utah)

$0.124 Billion

handmade cards, paper crafting projects, memory keeping, and home d├ęcor.

97

Zrii (2007)

USA
(Utah)

$0.021 Billion

skincare and wellness products

98

Send Out Cards
(2003)

USA
(Utah)

$0.006 Billion

online cards

99

31Gifts
(2003)

USA
(Ohio)

$0.516 Billion

Woman fashion

100

Unicity International
(2001)

USA
(Utah)

$0.265 Billion

Health and Fitness


Qualities of good MLM Trainers/leaders


1. Honesty and truthness.


There are very honesty and truthness inside the trainers & leaders of network marketing, due to which they get an identity due to which people know them.

He touches the hearts of people due to his honesty and truthness and motivates them.

2. Responsibility


There is no doubt that there is responsibility in network marketing leaders in India. They always behave like a good responsible person and this is counted in their good habits.

3. Full Confident.


All network marketing trainers/leaders in India have full confidence inside, as we know that when they give a network marketing-related lecture to someone, their conference is clearly visible.

You cannot become good leaders until you have a full conference. This MLM. Creates a special identity inside the trainers.

4. Good Communicators.


There is good communication skill inside the MLM trainers when they are presenting the business to a prospect.

Their communication skill is clearly visible. their body language, their eye contact, their voice tonality shows that they are the top network marketing trainers in India.

5. Motivation.


When a prospect is demotivating within the MLM industry, it is in dire need of motivation. Motivation is not less than a tablet, it is considered medicine to grow your business.

This is why there are so many Network Marketing leaders in India.

6. Creativity.


The creativity of network marketing trainers is completely different. He keeps on adopting new creativity towards business copy or motivating people, which sets him apart from the common people.

This is the reason why network marketing trainers in India love people very much, and they also get a lot of love.

7. Loyal


Trainers also have loyalty and want them to be able to teach people something about loyalty. Being loyal can give you success in your business.

8. Committed


The MLM trainer completes the commitment at the right time, this is their specialty. The hallmark of better network marketing trainers is that they prove to be correct on whatever they Committed.

Now we know which are the top 10 Network Marketing Trainers in India which all of us should follow.

There are many trainers for network marketing who have changed the lives of crores of people, but some of them are very famous, which almost all people know.

Top 10 networking market best motivator in India.


  • Sonu Sharma.
  • Ujjwal Patani.
  • Dipak bajaj.
  • Gautam Bali.
  • Satish Kumar Tiwari.
  • K.K. Sinha.
  • Chetan Handa.
  • Dr. Surekha Bhargava.
  • Devendra Sharma.
  • Pushkar Raj Thakur.

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