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Top Network Marketing Companies and Top Direct Sales Companies 2009

DirectSellingNews.com recently featured a list of the top direct sales and network marketing companies from around the globe, dubbed the ‘100 Million Dollar Club.” The criteria for inclusion in this list was annual sales of $100 million or MORE.  (Yes, MLM and Direct Sales is still booming, even in this worldwide recesesion)  I instantly recognized some of these names and also learned of some new companies that look quite interesting.

If you are researching and looking for a solid home based business idea, you can certainly start with this batch of companies. Only 44 companies of the 64 in this list are US-only.  Japan, Germany, Brazil, Peru, Sweden, United Kingdom, China and Mexico also have opportunities here.

1.  Avon (10.7 Billion in annual sales)

2.  Alticor Inc, also known as Amway Corporation ( 8.2 Billion annual sales)

3.  Vorwerk & Co KG (also JAFRA cosmetics)  3.4 Billion annual sales

4.  Mary Kay Cosmetics, Inc. (2.6 Billion annual sales)

5.  Herbalife (2.4 Billion annual sales)

6.  Primerica Financial Services, Inc. (2.2 Billion annual sales)

7.  Tupperware Brands (2.2 Billion annual sales)

8.  Natura Cosmeticos, (1.9 Billion annual sales)

9.  Oriflame Kosmetiek B.V. (1.9 Billion annual sales)

10.  Forever Living Products (1.7 Billion annual sales)

11.  NuSkin Inc. (1.2 Billion annual sales)

12.  Pola (1.1 Billion annual sales) – Japan’s fourth largest cosmetics company.

13.  Melaleuca, Inc. ($887 Million annual sales)

14.  MonaVie LLC ($854 Million annual sales)

15.  Ignite, Inc. ($825 Million annual sales)

16.  Belcorp/L’Bel Paris ($750 Million annual sales) — Peru and Latin America

17.  OmniLife Manufactura, Mexico ($750 Million annual sales)

18.  Partylite Candles ($650 Million annual sales)

19.  Noevir Co. Ltd. ( $586 Million annual sales — global opportunity, based in Japan)

20.  ACN ($50 Million annual sales)

21.  Shaklee Corporation ($500 Million annual sales)

22.  Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. ($465 million)

23.  The Charle Corporation, Ltd. ($463 Million annual sales) — Japan only

24.  Arbonne International Inc. ($450 Million annual sales)

25.  Tahitian Noni International Inc. ($450 million annual sales)

source:  DirectSellingNews.com

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  • Steve November 12, 2009, 3:25 pm

    This is interesting. I would also love to see longevity information on these companies. The combination of sustained sales volume and many years in the business would put the lie to the commonly held belief that all MLM/Direct Selling organizations are scams. You can make a lot of money in a scam, but you can’t sustain it for 15, 20, 25 years.

  • Bob Firestone November 20, 2009, 5:51 pm

    I don’t know why but I am always amazed when the list of top companies is released and how personal goods companies completely dominate the list.

    Also I think there was a typo on the ACN listing. I am guessing they are $500 m not $50 m.

  • Dave December 3, 2009, 7:27 pm

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  • Eden Ellis January 27, 2010, 4:29 pm

    Not sure if you realize that ACN did $800 million last year, not $50 million.  We placed a $50 million order for the new generation of videophones from Worldgate. 

  • Jeff White March 1, 2010, 7:22 pm

    This is a great list … it is great for me as I look ahead to where Max International will be very shortly … Max is positioned for long term greatness … Get involved and hang on!!!

  • Abraham Yu March 1, 2010, 9:00 pm

    Anybody who want to run network-marketing  company in Brazil and south america with cosmetics and health foods which made in Korea?

  • Don White November 30, 2010, 6:58 pm

    @ Steve: If you do some research, AVON was the pioneer in mlm’s for over 100 years and still growing. It’s definitely a sustainable business depending on the business strategy used by networking teams. What’s a scam is the linear income given by conventional jobs and lack of proper financial education held here in the US. Hence, our situation now.