Have you finally decided to launch the network marketing business of your dreams? Or, have you decided that it’s time to take another look at your current MLM company to see how you can improve, grow and expand your business? Have you finally decided to launch the network marketing business of your dreams? Or, have you decided that it’s time to take another look at your current MLM company to see how you can improve, grow and expand your business?

Babener & Associates/http://www.mlmlegal.com/, with over 30 years in the legal business, offers an excellent and affordable resource for those who are starting or running a direct selling company: The Starting and Running the Successful MLM Company Conference. This seminar offers MLM startup entrepreneurs a place to meet a plethora of network marketing industry experts — all in one place — who will help educate you in the corporate areas that are important to you, such as software, legal, technology, recruiting, raising capital, or designing your compensation plan. Visit our speaker page to learn more about the speakers and the topics that they will be covering.

Attendees will also be in the same room with around 100s of other established and entrepreneurial MLM companies who help to provide encouragement, advice and support.

All attendees are educated about the network marketing industry, how to grow their companies, to are able to meet experts in the industry who will help to coach them on the MLM industry.

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Front loading generally refers to a process in which a MLM company, or a sponsoring distributor, encourages a new distributor to purchase far more product than is commercially reasonable under the circumstances. Often the “push” is explained to the recruit as necessary to qualify in the plan. This is an unacceptable practice is often one indicia of a pyramid scheme.

On the other hand, virtually all regulatory agencies recognize that a purchase of an “at cost” sales kit is an acceptable practice in the mainstream of leading direct selling companies. Such mandated kits are typically in the $50-$100 range. They generally entail “hard copy” or online supply of sales and marketing materials as well as ongoing sales and marketing materials updates for a year. Typically the mandated sales kit does not include product and generally a company offers an optional deluxe kit that may include product. Such an optional kit, which is often referred to as a “fast start” kit, may contain several hundred dollars of product. This is not unusual. Although the same regulatory standards on

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The answer is yes and no. Almost all leading MLM companies require the purchase of a modestly-priced sales kit to in order to join the company. The kit price may range from $50 to a few hundred dollars. Usually, optional inventory purchases are available, as well as optional administrative services. Leading direct selling companies adopt very generous refund rules for mandatory sales aids and also usually adopt a standard 90% buyback policy on unsold inventory from distributors who wish to quit the business.

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