Amway was founded by two friends Rich DeVos and Jay Van Andel in 1959 in a old small gas station in Ada, Michigan. It is a direct selling company which has the presence in more than 100 countries and territories, through a sales force of more than 3 million distributors. They clocked $11.2 Billion turnover in the year 2014. Now the business is run by their sons Steve Van Andel, Chairman and Doug Devos, President. The company manufactures 450 products and markets more than 3000 internationally reputed brands. Its R&D facility employs more than 500 scientists and professionals.
Amway India emerged as the largest direct selling company in India. It is also the founder member of Indian Direct Selling Association (IDSA) and also member of FICCI and CII. Amway India done Rs. 2046 Crores of business in the year 2014 and become 7th largest market in the world for Amway corporation.
In India, the market 140 products in categories like Nutrition & Wellness, Home Care, Personal Care, Cosmetics under the brands like Nutrilite, Glister, SA8, Artistry and Attitude.
Amway have invested more than Rs. 700 Crores in India including a Rs. 500 crore state of the art LEED certified manufacturing facility at Nilakottai, near Dindugal, Tamilnadu.
How to become a distributor?
There is no cost involved to start the Amway Business. It’s absolutely free. A person who is already a distributor can sponsor any 18+ aged Indian as a new distributor by filling an application and finishing KYC formalities. With the support of team leaders and training from Amway, one can successfully build Amway business.
Advantages of Amway
- Market Leader.
- Time tested. In business for around 60 years.
- World class and award-winning products.
- 100% Money back guarantee.
- Present in more than 130 locations.
- Extensive training.
- Well maintained supply chain
Read also Amway India New business Plan 2015.
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