WorldVentures Classified As Triple A Opportunity
WorldVentures 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 Worldventures. There is high certainty that the net benefit is substantial for a (new) representative.
WorldVentures Marketing, LLC is the leading international direct seller of vacation club memberships and helps people achieve more fun, freedom and fulfillment by offering DreamTrips™ memberships, which include premium vacations at reduced prices.
WorldVentures is a privately held company based in Plano, Texas, with active representatives and members in 28 countries.
The WorldVenture annual UNITED conference in 2016, held in Orlando, USA, celebrated the company’s 10th anniversary. Over 22,000 Independent representatives came together to celebrate.
The company has achieved in 2014 $352 Million growing in 2015 to $693 Million in revenue.
WorldVentures Head Office in Dallas – USA
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The Business For Home grade definition:
- 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.