A few years ago, starting a business, it was a simple matter. A person made or bought some products and began to sell them from your home and you’re done. Today, the mere fact of starting the smallest business has been complicated ever more. Companies of all sizes now operate in a global economy and competition intensifies. A huge range of capabilities is required for owning a business of the 21st century, and have access to a meaningful capital. The challenge is bigger than ever, and this trend will continue.
As response to these drawbacks, new business models have been evolving and revolutionizing the demands of the modern era. Today, 6 of every 10 businesses are undertaken from the internet. The old schemes increasingly are less successful, but still have followers who reject and despise these new methods. They argue that new models are not real companies but simple hobbies or even scams, to enrich the alien naivety. All new business model is resistance until it achieves a point of inflection. As with any innovation or discovery, the first to adopt it faced to contempt and ridicule of unbelievers, but ideas of success not only survive, but that are gradually gaining momentum until they manage to prevail and be accepted by society. Network Marketing or MLM business, is moving ever closer to this turning point. The volume of money that generates (billions of dollars) is very little known by most people.
The myth of the multilevel business is somehow associated with pyramid schemes and those who criticize it, really do not know. A new generation of people willing to change this false criterion. Network Marketing is a very effective means of distributing products and services, and the facts give samples that have reached their maturity and legitimacy. This trend has received support and recognition of millions of people around the world, who have decided to start a business from your home, thanks to its low cost and risk, as a resource for generate their own income and induced by fluctuations and the current labour market insecurity.