There are hundreds of micro-enterprise companies worldwide, of all sizes, offering a wide variety of products and services. Their independent sales forces and customers are knit together by the power of personal relationships in virtual communities.
Which of these companies are the right fit for CVSL? That depends.
We take time to think carefully about which companies are best for this venture. We look at each candidate company's history and culture, what it sells, how its career plan works, what markets it serves. Candidate companies can be large or small, established or new.
Most of all, we look at its owners' objectives. If their goal is to exit the business, we're not interested. But if they want their company to grow and thrive as part of our growing consumer cloud, it may be a fit for CVSL. We want to get to know the owners and the leadership team. That's the way to create a foundation for success.
If there's a "meeting of the minds" with ownership, we'll explore with them how a transaction might work. If appropriate, we'll then enter a careful due diligence process, leading to the signing of a letter of intent and, eventually, a definitive agreement.