Numerous direct selling companies start their journeys in small offices, with few staff – if any, and with very limited budgets. The ease of entry into the market attracts many entrepreneurs, naturally. At the end of the day, they would not need to invest heavily to build a huge manufacturing plant, would not need to hire hundreds of staff or to spend a lot of money on advertising.
Stage 1: Let’s Start
The first steps taken are determining the product line, deciding on the compensation plan and finalizing those few formalities like putting together the application form, the representative contract, and the policies. If the local regulations require certification, that is also have to be taken care of. That close friend’s son who happens to be a young graphic designer designs the web site, and that nephew who has a programming certificate codes the software and voila! The company is in business!