Before you spend your money on software, learn what you should do first and what you should know first at the Direct Selling Edge Conference.
What Is Direct Selling Edge?
The Direct Selling Edge Conference is a two-day school for new and established network marketing and party plan direct selling companies.
Hosted by top compensation plan expert Jay Leisner of Sylvina Consulting and leading MLM attorney Kevin Thompson of Thompson Burton, this conference has been held three times yearly since 2011.
Attendees attend Direct Selling Edge to learn
- how to design or improve their compensation plans
- what they need to know about current legal regulations
- what to teach their independent representations about how to use social media the right way
- how to attract field leaders
- how to build a great company culture
- how to build an effective distributor compliance department
- what you should do before you obtain MLM software
- and so much more
What Do People Say About Direct Selling Edge?
They say a lot of good things. Here are just three of them:
“In all honesty, this conference was the best and most informative conference I have ever attended.” – Mike K.
“The information presented was highly useful. The speakers were very accessible, friendly, and knowledgeable.” – Susana M.
“I went to another conference last spring. I learned more in the first two hours of this conference than I learned in two days with the other one. The content shared was detailed and specific. I now know how to proceed with our company.” – Gwen W.
To read what other companies have experienced at these conferences, review our reviews.
When Can I Learn What They Learned?
You’re in luck. The next Direct Selling Edge Conference will be held on March 13-14, 2018 in Garden Grove, California.
The faculty members of the Direct Selling Edge Conference are each leading experts in their respective fields. The topics and content taught are suitable for both startup companies and companies already in business, as wisdom is shared in each presentation.
After you attend the Direct Selling Edge Conference, you will return home with action steps you can take right away to build or grow your business faster.
In addition to the education, you will have an opportunity to personally meet with speakers at consulting appointments at the end of each day. When you attend, you can receive up to four hours of consultation from industry experts at no additional charge.
What Does It Cost?
The Direct Selling Edge Conference makes direct selling education for companies affordable. Book now. Tickets are only $200 for two full days of direct selling education for companies.
Is The Hotel A Good One?
Yes. The venue is the Hyatt Regency Orange County.
Reserve your hotel room at our special group rate while it is still available by clicking Hyatt Regency Orange County.
Answer this important question:
“If you could learn information to avoid making big mistakes, to make better business decisions, and as a result your direct selling company will grow faster, would you invest two days of your time to learn this information that will help you for many years?”
If, like me, your answer is “yes”, register today to attend the Direct Selling Edge Conference.
Direct selling companies need specialized software to run their businesses. While many software applications support the entry of customers, the management of inventory, and the acceptance and shipment of orders, only MLM software performs these types of functions:
- representative enrollment
- lineage management
- hostess rewards programs and party order submissions, for party plan companies
- multilevel compensation plan calculation
- representative websites with rep enrollment and order placement features
- backoffice for your reps
Since many direct selling companies operate in countries throughout the world, MLM software needs to support business in multiple currencies and multiple languages.
Unlike Microsoft Office software which is used by millions of people, MLM software is used by a relatively small number of companies. Our estimate is that 1,000 companies are using MLM software in the USA today.
Supply and demand is one of the reasons for the cost of software, but it isn’t the only one.
By their very nature, direct selling companies are frequently reinventing themselves. This puts extra burdens on the MLM software companies in the staffing required to manage and service their client accounts.
From a benefits perspective, what does MLM software do for a network marketing or party plan company?
While you can operate without it, your growth is limited without it. Really, MLM software is the “heart” of your company. It processes information to keep your business’s assets (sales reps, employees, inventory, bank accounts, etc.) healthy. And, it needs to keep up with your business as your business grows larger and changes over time.
Ask yourself: What would it cost you not to use it?
All of this figures into the price that is paid for the use of MLM software. Before you spend your money, learn what you should do first at the Direct Selling Edge Conference.