Jeunesse is classified as Triple A (AAA+) opportunity based on key figures such as revenue , momentum , Alexa ratings, poll results , input from direct selling professionals, top earners and Head Office visits we regular do.
Business For Home recommends Jeunesse. There is high certainty that the net benefit is substantial for a (new) representative.
Jeunesse is a global direct selling company with a mission to positively impact the world by helping people look and feel young, while empowering them to unleash their potential.
The company’s exclusive skin care and nutritional products are made in the USA and make up a comprehensive Youth Enhancement System.
Jeunesse is a private company based in Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA.
With multilingual customer service, a back office support team, global enrollment system and in-house programming, the company has developed a cutting-edge, global platform that has harnessed the power of technology to share innovative products, training and support through 32 fully operational offices to markets in over 100 countries.
The company has achieved in 2015 $1,090 Million in revenue.
Jeunesse, along with its founders and executive management team, garnered top accolades in the 2016 American Business Awards, winning Gold Stevie® Awards for:
In addition to being recognized as a top Gold Award winning company, Jeunesse founders and members of the executive management team were also named individually for their contributions to the company’s outstanding success, receiving Silver Stevie Awards® for:
The company was also honored with Stevies in several other categories including:
Jeunesse Head Office in Altemonte Springs – USA
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