Total Life Changes is classified as Triple A (AAA+) opportunity based on key figures such as revenue, momentum, Alexa ratings, poll results, input from direct selling professionals, top earners and Head Office visits.
Business For Home recommends Total Life Changes (TLC). There is high certainty that the net benefit is substantial for a (new) representative.
The company offers a line of health and beauty products and has offices in eight different countries. Founder and CEO Jack Fallon created TLC over 16 years ago with a single product: NutraBurst.
TLC sales reached record highs in March and April for the year, followed by May 2016, which was the best May on record for TLC.
For the first 6 months of 2016 TLC is up 80% in sales from last years 6 month period. The company has partnered with a new marketing group in Dallas, Texas to support the growth and completely rebrand the corporate logos, style guide and product packaging.
TLC continues to expand into foreign markets. The company has just launched a new team in Japan and will be opening New Delhi – India very soon and anticipate launching six new products before the end of 2016.
TLC achieved $77 million in revenue in 2015. Under Fallon’s leadership, the company’s 2016 sales are on track to reach or exceed $154 million this year.
Total Life Changes World Headquarters in Ira Township, Michigan – USA
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- AAA+ Business For Home recommends the company. There is high certainty that the net benefit is substantial for a distributor.
- AA+ Business For Home recommends the opportunity. There is high certainty that the net benefit is moderate or there is moderate certainty that the net benefit is moderate to substantial for an distributor.
- A+ Business For Home recommends selectively offering based on professional judgment. There is at least moderate certainty that the net benefit is small for a distributor.
- B Business For Home concludes that the current information about the company is insufficient to assess the balance of benefits. Information is lacking, of poor quality, or conflicting, and the balance of benefits cannot be determined.
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