When you’re thinking about teaming up with a company to build your own business, there are a few questions you should ask yourself.
How long has the company been around?
What type of online reputation do they have?
What are the start up fees?
What are the ongoing fees?
Are the products in demand, good quality and priced fairly?
Will I be compensated fairly if I produce?
Is the company distributor focused?
Can I expand internationally? Is it easy to do?
What type of training and support is there?
Is the distributor agreement fair?
Is the company leadership sound?
These are just a few questions to ask yourself before you join any company.
I tell everyone I talk with, treat your decision to join a MLM Company as serious as you would if you were investing N1Million or more in a traditional business.
Do your due diligence. Ask a lot of questions. Talk to people inside and outside of the business. Make an informed decision!
I did a lot of research about AIM Global before I teamed up with them over 4 years.
Some of the things that really stood out to me were:
Been around more than 8 years then…now 13 years
Great products at fair prices
A truly product based company
No hype, lies or pressure
No monthly website fees or renewal fees
Fair compensation plan
Great training and support etc…
I could go on and on, but AIM Global is a really great company.
Whether you are looking for a new company, or just want to get healthy, you should do your due diligence and learn more about AIM Global products and business opportunity. You will be glad that you did.
If you have questions, or want to learn more, feel free to reach out to me at the number below. I look forward to hearing from you.
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