|By PR Newswire||
|March 18, 2014 02:15 PM EDT||
ADA, Mich., March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Direct selling leader Amway today announced its expansion into Kazakhstan. The nation joins more than 100 other countries and territories that are served by Amway Business Owners worldwide.
The national headquarters for Amway Kazakhstan will be based in Almaty, the country's largest city.
Amway Kazakhstan will offer several product brands, highlighted by NUTRILITE, the world's number one selling vitamins and dietary supplements brand*, and ARTISTRY, one of the world's top five largest selling premium skincare brands*. Other brands will include beautycycle, AMWAY HOME, iCook, FRAGRANCES BY AMWAY, SATINIQUE, PROTIQUE, BODY SERIES, GLISTER AND HYMM. All brands are sold exclusively by Amway Business Owners.
Amway reported global sales of $11.8 billion USD in 2013 and is in the midst of a $375 million manufacturing expansion to support continued growth. For more information on Amway Kazakhstan, visit http://www.amway.kz/en.
Amway is a leading direct selling company operating in more than 100 countries and territories worldwide. The company reported global sales of $11.8 billion USD in 2013. Founded in 1959 by entrepreneurs Rich DeVos and Jay Van Andel, and based in Ada, Michigan, U.S., Amway offers consumer products and business opportunities that are supported by a global agribusiness, manufacturing and logistics supply chain. More than 900 scientists, engineers and technical professionals work in 75 R&D and quality assurance labs worldwide to support product development and create a culture of scientific excellence. Top-selling brands for Amway are NUTRILITE™ vitamin, mineral and dietary supplements, ARTISTRY™ skincare and color cosmetics, and eSpring™ water treatment systems. For company news, visit globalnews.amway.com.
* Source - Euromonitor International Limited; www.euromonitor.com/amway-claims
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