Naperville, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/18/2016 -- The Network-Marketing-Association (NMA) is a Non-Profit Trade-Association: Bringing the Community together, Providing needed group-benefits, Protecting Their Member's Business and Improving Public Image. NMA's focus is advocating for the clients business. The NMA is dedicated to advocating for the rights of independent distributors, assisting and supporting them in building-successful-businesses, and improving the industry overall. NMA is a non-profit trade association engaged in a wide-range of activities to support the Industry, Distributors, and help Companies grow. NMA is dedicated to assisting with challenges common to all companies.
NMA Supports BOTH Network Marketing Companies and Distributors Equally.
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Naperville, IL Network Marketing Association (.NMA.International) Breaking News from Founders Chris Esseltine and Wendel Smith: Reason #242 is Professional Industry Advocacy
President, Network Marketing Association
NMA is Empowering the Community: It's no secret that the network marketing community is under-siege from short-sellers, media and biased watchdog critics. Due to the barrage of misinformation and blatant-lies from these organizations and critics, the public still confuses the network marketing community to be part of some "pyramids" or "get rich quick" schemes, without understanding the true positive economic-impact network marketing has on the general population. Sadly, in some cases, this negative-perception is a direct or indirect-result of unprofessional or unscrupulous-behavior on the part of a distributor or company. The NMA is here to spread the right message!
NMA Helps with Disputes Between Partners: Sometimes conflict arises between distributors and their companies that cannot easily be resolved to the satisfaction of either party. NMA offers a variety of solutions to advocate for a distributors-business and provide objective, third-party dispute-resolution to help mend strained or broken relationships. NMA also has strategies when a fair-and-equitable solution cannot be found. The NMA is not a law firm, and is not trying to replace/interfere with up-line or companies' compliance/customer service departments. NMA simply wants to do their part to improve-relations between distributors-and-companies by seeking fair and workable solutions for everyone involved.
The Network Marketing Association is Preparing Distributors: Image is everything. First, their positive-image-campaigns will soften the public-opinion toward the opportunity, thus converting a larger percentage of viewership to be ready to hear their industry-message. NMA will do this by sharing the: (1) Clear vision of part-time to full-time career possibilities, (2) Professional relationships that can be created and (3) Dreams that can be realized through Television, Radio and Social Media. It is NMA's goal to get the 'real story' out to the public in the right way. The NMA intends to reach millions at once by running high-profile ads.
NMA will Provide Updates, News, and Advice: As a preferred-member with NMA, the client will receive a monthly-newsletter with updates on the Industry, Motivation, Education, and other pertinent support. They will also receive Industry, Regulatory, and Legal Alerts regarding vital information you need to know about in order to grow their business and keep it safe. NMA offers assistance with: (1) How to form a corporation, (2) How to safeguard their business, (3) How to save significant-money through tax-deductions, (4) What one can-and-cannot legally claim regarding their product(s), and relevant guidance on: (5) How to more effectively build-and-run their business.
The Network Marketing Association will Innovate and Create: Network Marketing has slowly been gaining ground on improving public-perception and overall appeal. This progress is represented clearly in some recent statistics: (1) 1 in 4 consumers say they like to purchase from a direct sellers, (2) 2/3 of all consumers have been approached to buy products from a direct seller, (3) 1/3 of all consumers have a favorable view of direct selling (and this number has been increasing since 2008) and, (4) here is an interesting discovery: 4 out of 10 thought Direct Selling was Amazon or a eBay type-of-buying.
The Network Marketing Association will Prepare and Train New Distributors: The number one challenge that most company's face is the same faced by the entire industry: RETENTION. New studies estimate that between 50-70% of new distributors abandon their businesses within the first-year. This means that companies lose large, potential-income every year that a company allows its' network to hemorrhage distributors. Naturally, one cannot prevent all attrition, but the client certainly can reduce it. So, how could a company solve this problem? Manage expectations. Much of what causes distributors to abandon their dreams of building a thriving business is unmet expectations.
NMA is A Non-Profit Trade Association: Bringing the Community together, Providing needed group benefits, Protecting Our Member's Business and Improving Public Image.