Amway and Euromonitor

Most IBOs would be aware of various “claims” about Amway’s products and sales that are backed up by research done by Euromonitor International. I’ve just discovered Euromonitor actually has a page on their website describing some of the claims and their methodology. Worth a look! The claims listed are –

  • Since 1959, Amway has paid out more bonuses and cash incentives to its distributors worldwide than any other direct sales company in history.
  • In 2010, Amway paid out more bonuses and cash incentives to its distributors worldwide than any other direct sales company.
  • In 2011, Amway paid out more bonuses and cash incentives to its distributors worldwide than any other direct sales company.
  • In 2011, more people renewed their Amway business than any other direct selling company in the world.
  • Amway is the first leading direct selling company in Brazil to empower its distributors with exclusive Facebook tools to manage their business.
  • Nutrilite is the only global vitamin and mineral brand to grow, harvest, and process plants on their own certified organic farms.
  • Artistry is among the world’s top five, largest selling, premium skincare brands.
  • Artistry is among the world’s top ten, largest selling, premium cosmetics brands.


13 thoughts on “Amway and Euromonitor”

  1. Very exciting news. It seems that every fiscal year, Amway is breaking a new barrier in the MLM industry. What an organization. and with social media, nobody can’t say that this business doesn’t work, then any of the social media endeavours shouldn’t work either. I am also excited that Amway will be focusing on the Amway name this year, that will be another exploding year for all of us! Quick question for you IBOfightback, do you know why XS energy is not listed as one of the powerhouse brands along side Nutrilite, Artistry, LOC? Just out of curiosity.

    1. XS is a very small brand outside of the US, and even in the US it is not really a “powerhouse” brand, not compared to Amway’s other brands, nor compared to the energy drink market as a whole. It’s very successful in it’s own niche “healthy” energy drinks, but that market isn’t so big.

      1. Actually, in the U.S. XS makes up a significant chunk of Amway sales. The issue is that XS is not owned by Amway. It’s a 3rd party provider, and so it’s not considering an “Amway” product, and thus not an Amway power brand.
        XS is launching in new markets, the most recent one being Japan, so it is steadily going global.

        1. I see. However, do you guys think it’s because of the soundbites of the other energy drinks that overwhelmed the market and/or the bad name energy drinks have been getting in the last few years in terms of consequences to your health that somewhat impaired its success?
          because its certainly a phenomenal brand i think. but nonetheless, it is fantastic news!

          1. check out xs nations face book in august they posted that

            “This is the secret to becoming the #1 energy drink in the world…” Obviously, the Japanese distributors pay attention–congrats Amway Japan for doing more in your first 18 months than RedBull did in their first four years!”

            I hear that XS is number one in the USA but i cant conferm that. try

  2. Agreed with almost every point, for that matter, I recommend this busines if a person cannot do anything else. However, in reality Amway payment is never going to be enough to suffice the expenditure, and there is nothing called financial freedom as it preached by all system. To be honest, if you put consistent effort for 2-5 years there you can acquire/learn a new talent and skill and make money! Artistry and Nutrilite are good enough but not sure in many other brands that I had experienced, possibly best remains in their homecare products at least for an Indian consumer.

    1. And then there’s that pesky little thing called facts getting in the way of your perceived reality. My Amway income exceeded my expenses within a few months of me joining, and I wasn’t even a platinum. As for India, I believe it has more USD millionaires than the US? There’s plenty of market for people who want quality products, including eco-friendly cleaning products.

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