MLMs are also criticized for being unable to fulfill their promises for the majority of participants due to basic conflicts with Western cultural norms.[63] There are even claims that the success rate for breaking even or even making money are far worse than other types of businesses:[64] "The vast majority of MLMs are recruiting MLMs, in which participants must recruit aggressively to profit. Based on available data from the companies themselves, the loss rate for recruiting MLMs is approximately 99.9%; i.e., 99.9% of participants lose money after subtracting all expenses, including purchases from the company."[64] (By comparison, skeptic Brian Dunning points out that "only 97.14% of Las Vegas gamblers lose money .... ."[65]) In part, this is because encouraging recruits to further "recruit people to compete with [them]"[13] leads to "market saturation."[24] It has also been claimed "(b)y its very nature, MLM is completely devoid of any scientific foundations."[66]
CJ ENM partners with NCSoft to roll out new digital content for global market SEOUL -- CJ ENM, a leading creator and distributor of Hallyu (Korean cultural wave), has partnered with NCSoft, a major game publisher in South Korea, to set up a joint venture that would combine their capabilities to roll out new digital content targeting the global Park Sae-jin Reporter swatchsjp@ajunews.com
Multi-level marketing (simplified Chinese: 传销; traditional Chinese: 傳銷; pinyin: chuán xiāo; lit. 'spread selling') was first introduced to mainland China by American, Taiwanese, and Japanese companies following the Chinese economic reform of 1978. This rise in multi-level marketing's popularity coincided with economic uncertainty and a new shift towards individual consumerism. Multi-level marketing was banned on the mainland by the government in 1998, citing social, economic, and taxation issues.[47] Further regulation "Prohibition of Chuanxiao" (where MLM is a type of Chuanxiao was enacted in 2005, clause 3 of Chapter 2 of the regulation states having downlines is illegal).[12] O'Regan wrote 'With this regulation China makes clear that while Direct Sales is permitted in the mainland, Multi-Level Marketing is not'.[11]
누스킨 엔터프라이즈 Nu Skin Enterprises는 1984 년에 설립된 미국 다단계 마케팅 회사입니다. Blake Roney, Steve Lund, Sandie Tillostson 및 Nedra Roney가 설립했습니다. 본사는 미국 유타 주 프로보(Provo)에 위치하고 있습니다. 회사는 미국에서 시작되었지만 1990 년 캐나다에서 첫 번째 운영을 시작했습니다. 그리고 1 년 후, 누스킨(Nu Skin)는 홍콩에서 영업하면서 아시아 영업을 시작했습니다. 회사는 또한 1996 년 뉴욕 ​​증권 거래소에 상장되었습니다. 현재는 최대 직접 판매회사 중 하나이며 2014 년 현재 5,000 명의 직원을 보유하고 있습니다.
In der Wissenschaft wird das Thema nur geringfügig beleuchtet: An der Uni Münster existiert das Institut für Handelsmanagement und Netzwerkmarketing unter der Leitung von Dieter Ahlert.[7] Claudia Groß[8] verfasste 2008 eine Dissertation mit dem Titel Multi-Level-Marketing – Identität und Ideologie im Network-Marketing, deren Ergebnisse im Netz präsentiert werden.[9] Weitere Publikationen zu dem Thema siehe im Abschnitt Literatur.
Dem unmittelbaren Verkäufer wird – je nach Vergütungsplan – ein bestimmter Teil der Gesamtprovision vergütet. Der Förderer (engl. „to sponsor“ = fördern), der ihn angeworben hat, erhält auf die Umsätze des von ihm angeworbenen Handelsvertreters eine Leistungsvergütung oder Superprovision (teilweise gilt die Bedingung, dass dieser mindestens eine Provisionsstufe höher angesiedelt ist als der jeweilige Handelsvertreter selbst). Jeder Ebene, sofern vorhanden, werden hierbei eindeutige Provisionsanteile zugewiesen, wobei der Aufstieg in die nächsthöhere Ebene bei den meisten Netzwerkmarketing-Unternehmen an bestimmte Wochen-, Monats- oder Halbjahresumsätze gebunden ist (vgl. dazu hierarchische Strukturen im Großhandel – Landesleiter, Bereichsleiter, Abteilungsleiter, Teamleiter, Verkäufer).
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