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Direct Selling in Mexico

In 2015, direct selling posted current value growth of 4%, a performance largely in line with that of the previous year. One factor preventing the stronger growth of the channel was the aggressive strategies of store-based retailers, which are posing...

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Direct Selling in Portugal

Besides proximity, Portuguese consumers value personal service and this feature enabled the direct selling channel to historically present an interesting performance. Nonetheless, if product categories in which direct selling has a high level of ...

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Direct Selling in Turkey

Turkey has a strong direct selling environment, with around 863,000 direct selling agents working within the channel in 2014. Additionally, the high numbers of housewives in the country mean that there is a massive core consumer segment for direct ...

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Direct Selling in Argentina

The main trend affecting direct selling in Argentina is the growth of the supply of products through online retailing. But in addition to the greater variety in online retailing, consumers are also getting used to comparing various brands and ...

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Direct Selling in Slovakia

Current value sales of direct selling stagnated in 2015, being driven by the performance of beauty and personal care. Strengthening purchasing power of Slovak households combined with competition from internet retailing led to the stagnation of ...

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Direct Selling in Thailand

Strong brand players continue to perform well whereas smaller players are gradually withdrawing from the category. The direct selling industry in 2015 has seen better prospects compared with 2014. Consumers have more confidence in spending and direct...

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Direct Selling in Bolivia

Consumers’ increasing concern about their physical appearance had the greatest impact on the channel in 2015. Consumers can afford the channel’s products because of improved purchasing power.

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Direct Selling in Finland

Direct selling recorded current value growth of 2% in 2015 as the channel benefited from its distinctive business model and the advantages of direct contact with customers. Many Finnish consumers continued to enjoy gathering together at social sales ...

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Direct Selling in India

Food and drink direct selling registered the strongest current value growth of 34% in 2015, driven by the increased consumption of bottled water in 2015. India continues to have issues regarding clean drinking water availability, as a result of which...

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Direct Selling in Venezuela

Like other channels, direct selling was negatively impacted in 2015 by severe product shortages. Operators faced problems guaranteeing product availability and therefore had to modify their product portfolios according to the items obtainable.

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