Nu Skin Celebrates 18th Year of Business in the Philippines

Posted by Fitz Villafuerte under In Focus on April 30, 2016

Research in the U.S. has found that more than 70% of businesses fail after 15 years. They either totally close down due to bankruptcy or gets acquired by another company and sold for its parts.

So when your business reaches its 18th year, you have all the reasons to celebrate this achievement; and this is exactly what Nu Skin Philippines did last April 15-16 as they staged their Create History Convention at the PICC.

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The 2-day affair recognized the sales leaders of the company, reported their newest milestones, and shared to its members the company’s latest products and innovations that aim to push Nu Skin to even greater heights.

The convention featured inspirational talks from the company’s top sales leaders, and informative workshops that will help the members further grow their Nu Skin business and become part of the elite Million Dollar Circle earners.

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Nu Skin Enterprises is an American company, which started in 1984. From its humble beginnings in Utah, it has grown to become a global company with presence in over 50 markets that’s made possible through a network of approximately 1.2 million independent distributors.

Nu Skin has positioned itself as an anti-aging leader in the direct-selling industry. And this is evident in the continuous growth in demand for its innovative products, the latest of which is the ageLOC line, a superclass of anti-aging products that target age-related genes and resets them to youthful patterns of activity.

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But they’re not just about business, Nu Skin has also been active for many years in helping the less fortunate.

Projects such as Nu Skin’s Force For Good foundation has been long standing collaborative effort by the company to fund heart surgeries for underprivileged children born with congenital heart disease.

An OFW friend who is an independent distributor based in Singapore, flew back to Manila to attend the Convention. We had a chat a few days before the event and he was really excited in sharing how his Nu Skin business grew in the past year.

It has given him and his wife significant passive income, and in fact, they’re hoping to finally come back and settle in the Philippines soon and go full-time in running their Nu Skin business.

A network marketing business is a legitimate way to earn money and Nu Skin Philippines is among those that have a transparent record of financial stability, a line of innovative and excellent products, and a fair but profitable business model –three important factors that help a company grow and succeed.

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2 Responses to “Nu Skin Celebrates 18th Year of Business in the Philippines”


  1. tulhcs says:

    oh so you’re in to networking… lost all respect for you.

  2. Fitz says:

    @tulhcs
    I’m not a member of Nu Skin and as disclosed towards the end, this is a sponsored post.

    However, I have been since the beginning, very supportive of the network / multi-level marketing business — which is apparent in numerous articles that I’ve written in the past that is in support of this business model.

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